David Berlind

David Berlind was fomerly the executive editor of ZDNet. David holds a BBA in Computer Information Systems. Prior to becoming a tech journalist in 1991, David was an IT manager.</p>

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CNET wants YOU to help it pick the hottest product from CES for its People's Voice Award

CNET wants YOU to help it pick the hottest product from CES for its People's Voice Award

CNET Networks, ZDNet's parent company, has a major editorial presence here at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with dozens of editors crawling the show floor looking for the greatest products. It also has a humongous television studio set up right in front of the entrance to one of the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center where they're doing all sorts of interviews and product shots and streaming the coverage live over the Web.

published January 9, 2007 by

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CES: OQO launches second, much improved ultra mobile PC that runs Vista

CES: OQO launches second, much improved ultra mobile PC that runs Vista

It was a little more than two years when OQO practically created the ultra mobile PC (UMPC) computing segment went it launched its Model 01. Back then, in 2004, I did a webcast interview of OQO's CTO Jonathan Betts LaCroix and here at CES in Las Vegas, I got the chance to catch up with the company's Founder and CEO Jory Bell who updated me on the Model 01's successor; the Model 02.

published January 9, 2007 by

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CES: Given how it shatters long distance costs, maybe the ChatterBug should be called the shatter bug

CES: Given how it shatters long distance costs, maybe the ChatterBug should be called the shatter bug

Update 4/11/2007:  Since originally posting this blog, it has come to ZDNet's attention that LagunaWave, the manufacturer of the Chatterbug, has run into some serious difficulties and engaged in some questionable business practices. I have therefore removed the video from this blog post and would recommend staying away from this product and its associated service.

published January 8, 2007 by

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CES gets a kick start with gadgets galore and more

CES gets a kick start with gadgets galore and more

 CES VIDEO » Here in Las Vegas, the forklifts may have still been driving across the show floor getting booths ready for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the carpeting may have yet to have been rolled out, but that didn't stop the pre-show known as "CES Unveiled" from getting underway. Here at CES, I'll be pumping some videos into the Testbed blog and one type of those videos is going to be what we're affectionately referring to as our "driveby shootings.

published January 7, 2007 by

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