1:32 - Rich Edson reports from Washington
2:51 - Illuminating electronics for the dark
3:23 - More than 1/5 of complaints come from 20-29 age group
7:07 - Bill Ross on when to post a given piece of content so it attracts the most likes, comments, and retweets
1:41 - Viewers flock to the web during presidential debate
5:53 - Jim Bender shows how Ping4 alerts you if you're in the vicinity of severe weather or breaking news
3:28 - New tablet has better display, faster performance and more
3:27 - Fans seek shout-outs on social media
9:07 - Lis Wiehl & Rebecca Nitkin weigh in on the latest twitter controversy
3:49 - Blocked Apple browsers infiltrated by Google
3:56 - Clayton Morris reports from CES
1:14 - Gadgets galore at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
3:17 - What's new in Las Vegas?
3:05 - Christopher Knight explains
6:51 - Despite countless user complaints and months of work, Apple's Siri still struggles to understand users with accents
1:51 - Raw video: Honda's upgraded version of Asimo can jog at nearly 6 miles per hour; open a thermos and pour juice into a cup
0:57 - Check out the greatest gadgets of 2011
2:08 - From portable headphones to flash drives to the coolest new laptop, we show you the best gear for road warriors.
2:37 - Tech Take: Clayton Morris gives a brief tour of Google's new social media site
4:55 - Google+ taking over the social media market?
4:10 - Our dearest collections -- from books to CDs -- will soon disappear into the digital abyss, and pretty soon we won't have any stuff at all
4:35 - Too much technology in cars is causing us to lose focus on the road
3:44 - Games at your fingertips
3:57 - Kindles, Nooks and other eBooks continue to rise in popularity
4:35 - Apple announces new software, the iCloud
4:14 - The latest in today’s science and technology
4:48 - Tips on protecting children from offensive Internet comments
4:20 - Are we revealing too much information on our social networks?
3:56 - Personal Tech: What's prevented Blue-Ray players from taking off?
4:16 - From Google to PayPal to AT&T, tech companies want you to throw out your wallet. Your cell phone can do it all
8:07 - Is Verizon's iPhone another step in demise of personal computers?
7:30 - Personal Tech: The release of the Boxee Box, a $200 gadget that displays Web video on your TV, makes a crowded market even more confusing.
6:54 - Personal Tech: Facebook has introduced e-mail accounts for its 500 million users, but if the company succeeds, e-mail may die
8:11 - Personal Tech: Barnes & Noble may be unveiling a new Nook e-book reader, but the real revolution is in the books themselves: Brace yourself, ads are coming
3:41 - Personal Tech: Is the Facebook Fad Ending at Last?
4:42 - Think of it as this season's digital Goldilocks question: Which size touch screen is just right for you? Here's how to pick one
16:46 - WikiLeaks aims to reveal government secrets, but could put military operations at risk; Facebook aims to share information too, but does so to make a buck
8:12 - Radio is dead, but is Apple iTunes next?
5:10 - Expecting a Wii this holiday? Or an iPhone? Here’s why you should return those (and other) gifts … right now.
5:47 - Will Nintendo's latest gaming console save 3D?
5:42 - Exposing flaws in today's self-policed video game industry
11:57 - Ultrafast smartphones, tablet computers galore (and iPads? Maybe?), and the death of 3D TV
8:39 - Online world becomes aware of the double-edged sword of user-generated content
4:57 - Are smartphone programs that warn drivers of police whereabouts a benefit or danger?
8:26 - AT&T looks to acquire T-Mobile
6:40 - Jeremy Kaplan tells us how companies are focusing on protecting mobile phones.
9:43 - Personal web browsing is turning out to be everything but personal