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Will digital homes be comfortable and easy to use or a tangle of wires and standards? Intel spokeswoman Jennifer Lashua gives CNET correspondent James Hilliard a tour of the chipmaker's latest technologies, brought together to make digital living simpler.

November 4, 2004 by in Intel

Treo 650 announced

Taking an early look at the newly announced Treo 650 CNET Editor inChief Pat Houston asks PalmOne Spokesperson Greg Sharai when consumerscan expect to see them on the shelf and at what price.

October 27, 2004 by in Mobility

U2 and Apple celebrate new iPods

Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces new additions to its iPod digital musicplayer family, including a color model with the ability to displayphotos either on its own screen or on a TV set. Rock band U2 is thetheme of the second new iPod.

October 26, 2004 by in Apple

Ballmer on Linux: The evidence is clear

At Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Florida, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmeranswers questions about competing with Linux globally. He also commentson Bill Gates' prediction that security will drop from the top three ITconcerns within the next two years.

October 22, 2004 by in Linux

Ready to install SP2?

The delays for Microsoft's XP Service Pack 2 have made headlines for weeks. What should consumers consider in deciding when and how to install the update? Correspondent James Hilliard talks with CNET's Security Watch editor, Robert Vamosi, about the update's potential benefits and limitations.

October 14, 2004 by in Microsoft

Beefing up mobile blogging

Blogia's promise? Publish full blog entries with photos and files, on the fly, from your Symbian cell phone in minutes. BellStream CEO Samuli Koski-Lammi gives CNET's Rafe Needleman a demonstration of the new tool.

October 5, 2004 by in Mobility

Gates: open source is a trade-off

Speaking to a packed house of engineering students at the University of California at Berkeley, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates gave his opinion on the role of open source and the company's relationship to it in a conversation with A. Richard Newton, dean of the school's College of Engineering.

October 1, 2004 by in Open Source

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