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4 Money-Etiquette Questions Answered

When it comes to matters of money, tact is often in the eye of the beholder. Take some tips from etiquette experts on how to defuse these tricky financial situations.

How Facebook Timeline May Poke Holes in Your Privacy

Facebook's new Timeline program allows users to review everything they've ever shared on Facebook and showcase what they think is most worth remembering. It's fully customizable -- but there are some downsides.

Facebook Knows Faces, But Should It ID Our Pictures?

Facebook has announced that it is adding facial recognition software to help members tag photos. The world's largest social network can help you to see your friends more easily, and they'll be able to use the software to see you. But how vulnerable is this new feature to abuse?

Cut Wedding Costs With the Help of Friends, Family

In 2009, just over two million American couples pledged their eternal troth to each other, and spent more than $40 billion doing it. If the average $24,000 cost of a wedding feels steep to you, consider saving some cash and making the day even more special by getting friends and family involved.

Photo-Sharing Site Path Is For Real Friends Only

Path is different from other photo-sharing sites not because of what it can do, but because of what it won't allow you to do -- namely, share photos with more than 50 people. Path lets users be themselves, share photos freely, and never worry about the images being seen by the wrong people.

Can Comcast Save the Peacock Network?

During Congressional testimony Thursday, top executives from Comcast and NBC Universal pledged to restore the luster of the beleaguered Peacock Network, which has suffered through low ratings, a dearth of hit shows, and most recently, the Leno-Conan debacle.

How to save big on Christmas cards!

My wife and I have differing philosophies when it comes to Christmas cards; she likes to choose beautiful cards and send them to everyone we know,...