Nowadays when you want to show off your purchases, the thing to do is go online. It's called "social shopping," and websites where consumers can post their latest buys are popping up all over. Sally Herships reports.
Hewlett-Packard has announced a major restructuring that will lay off thousands. The changes are part of a trend among major computer firms to move away from building computers to providing services to the companies that buy them. Janet Babin reports.
Facebook is balancing privacy expectations with the need to make money. Recent changes to the social-networking site have left many users feeling exposed. Today, Facebook rolled out new privacy controls meant to stem the controversy. Jeff Horwich reports.
Facebook users have become increasingly concerned about the website's privacy settings. Slate tech columnist Farhad Manjoo talks with Kai Ryssdal whether Facebook's new privacy system will divert people from walking away and what the site needs to grow as a business.
With so many new platforms -- Kindles, iPads and smartphones -- publishers are facing a whole new discussion about how to charge for content. The New Yorker said it's planning to offer a flat-rate subscription for its content across all platforms. Alisa Roth reports.