The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is starting to get organized, and it may begin to look toward citizens to help it out. It's a crowd-sourcing idea -- with people using online technology to report wrongdoings.
Akamai, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company, tracks Internet speeds across the globe. And although this country may have created the web it's pretty shocking how slow U.S. mobile and broadband connections are compared to the rest of the world.
Craigslist is a go-to resource for millions of Internet users in search of that apartment, cheap bike or even that missed connection. But reality TV? Kai Ryssdal chats with producer Drew Brown about Craigslist TV.
The Internet search giant is looking into creating price index, similar to the Consumer Price Index, that can track inflation based on what people are buying online every day. How accurate can it get? Tony Arnold reports.
Word is that a few private equity firms are mulling over a deal to buy out Yahoo, the number two search engine. Reporter Janet Babin talks with Bill Radke about who might buy Yahoo and why takeover talk is surfacing now.
Facebook's recently announced features allow you to create groups of friends so you don't have to send all your info to everyone you know. It's easy to set up groups and add anyone you want -- and also easy to get added to groups you might not want to be associated with. We talk about the new system and what it means for your privacy. Plus, Susan Orlean reviews to-do list apps.