NBC Justice Correspondent Pete Williams, former ATF Special Agent James Cavanaugh, and terrorism expert Robert McFadden join The Cycle hosts to report on where suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev’s laptop could be, why investigators are looking for it, and the latest in the Boston Marathon bombing investigatio
NBC’s Michael Isikoff reports on the charges against friends of one of the Boston bombing suspects. Lehigh University Associate Professor James Peterson joins Alex Wagner and the NOW panel to talk about surveillance, identity politics, and piecing it all together.
Michael Isikoff, NBC News national investigative correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow live from Boston about the latest details in the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombing, including a new round of arrests.
Three of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's friends have been arrested and charged with obstructing a Federal terrorism investigation and making false statement. Michael Isikoff and Don Clark join Rev. Sharpton to discuss what's likely to happen next in this investigation.
TODAY digital lifestyle contributor Mario Armstrong tackles a few of viewers’ most pressing technology questions, including whether buying pre-owned computers and printers is a smart choice and which wireless speakers are best for iPad and iPhone use.
Discussing whether Google is waging a tablet war by making laptops, with Todd Haselton, TechnoBuffalo, and Roger Kay, Endpoint Technologies.
Hacker group Antisec claims to have posted 1 million Apple IDs, saying they got the information from the laptop of an FBI special agent, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers. The FBI denies an agency laptop was compromised.
Laptops have become so slender lately that we've begun wondering if our beloved gadgets are at the point of being so thin that they can be used to slice, dice and chop. NBCNews.com's Rosa Golijan tests a theory.
Customers talk to a salesperson about a new laptop at a Lenovo shop in Shanghai February 17, 2011. REUTERS/Aly Song
A member of Kurdistan Workers Party works on her laptop in northern Iraq May 14, 2013. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari
Playtester Joshua Drake works on a game on a laptop computer at Zynga headquarters in San Francisco, California April 23, 2013. In the past twelve months, Zynga Inc has struggled with a contracting player base, a deflated stock price and waves of layoffs. Now it is coming to terms with downsized amb