Yes, three people in Georgia are claiming to have found the legendary creature known as Bigfoot. They apparently have a body, DNA, and plenty of photographs to back up their claim. There's even a press conference scheduled for today. Think there are some skeptics? Um, yeah, just a few. Hoax or discovery? You decide. (I'm sure there'll be an update on this story.)
Interesting discussion over at Slashdot.org about whether spam has really decreased or in some cases disappeared. Certainly the botnets around the world haven't shut down for business, but could their operators be looking for new ways to make (steal) money? I must say our filters at CBS work well, in fact, sometimes a little too well. Like when an e-mail from a friend gets the dubious "spam" distinction put into the subject line. Sometimes I hit reply and forget to delete it first -- can be kind of insulting to the recipient!
And finally, the New York Times has an article about the first smartphone to be powered by Google's Android and supported by T-Mobile. Videos clips of the smartphone, reportedly made by HTC, have been appearing online and generating a lot of buzz. (That pull out keyboard sure looks handy.) Is it a worth adversary to the iPhone? Apparently we'll soon find out -- it may hit stores as early as October.
That's all for this week -- stay connected!