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September 29, 2004 by in Mobility

An entertainment PC for the couch set

A new handheld PC from Pepper Computer, aimed at "couch surfers," offers a lightweight design, handles full computer programs and can act as both an entertainment hub and a remote control. CNET's Rafe Needleman asks Pepper CEO Len Kawell if the convenience will justify the unit's $800 price tag.

September 28, 2004 by in Tech & Work

Security jobs for hackers?

Recently we asked the ZDNet audience to call in and respond to the question, 'Should hackers be hired by security companies?' An overwhelming majority of the audience said it was a bad idea. ZDNet's David Berlind shares a few of the best answers.

September 27, 2004 by in Mobility

New BlackBerry shrinks QWERTY keyboard

The upcoming Research In Motion 7100t BlackBerry attempts to minimize the traditional keyboard design. Fitting QWERTY on a compact, multiple-letter layout reminiscent of a phone's dialpad, it leaves the wider PDA layout behind. CNET's Rafe Needleman gets a preview from RIM's Andrea Craig.

September 23, 2004 by in Telcos

Tracking employees using Nextel phones

Xora's GPS TimeTrack software, combined with embedded Nextel chips, enables employers to track and collect a wide variety of employee activity automatically through their phones. CNET's Rafe Needleman talks with Xora CEO Sanjay Shirale about the software features and potential privacy issues.

September 21, 2004 by in Apple

Guy Kawasaki on the upstart art

In this Face to Face interview, venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki, a former Apple Computer evangelist, joins ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber to talk about his latest book. In "The Art of the Start," the best-selling author gives entrepreneurial advice, from creating bold positioning statements to avoiding "hallucinatory forecasts," on the road to business success.

September 15, 2004 by in Social Enterprise

Skype goes mobile

Skype for Pocket PC Version 1.0 promises to bring Internet telephony to Wi-Fi enabled PDA devices using the Pocket PC operating system. CNET's Rafe Needleman gets a demonstration from Skype product manager Eileen Broch at DemoMobile in La Jolla, Calif.

September 1, 2004 by in Hardware

Next-generation mouse uses laser

The first mouse on the market to feature laser tracking technology is ready to take over where optical mice leave off. Logitech's Nathan Papadopulos gives James Hilliard an early look at the newly released MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse, which boasts much-improved tracking on a wider variety of surfaces.

August 31, 2004 by in Enterprise Software

Good chief bets on standard OSes

Good Technology CEO Danny Shader says his company is well-placed in the mobile enterprise market space, providing an application that runs on standard operating systems rather than on proprietary hardware or software bundles. In a Face to Face interview with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber, Shader discusses the changing shape of the market.

August 25, 2004 by in Telcos

AT&T jumps into VoIP

In an exclusive Face to Face interview, AT&T CEO David Dorman tells ZDNet's editor in chief, Dan Farber, that he's going after an untapped market -- VoIP. Dorman sizes up the competition, discusses claims that his company is undervalued, and defends AT&T's declining top line.

August 23, 2004 by in Laptops

HP delivers Linux laptop

Hewlett-Packard is stepping out as the first major manufacturer to offer a laptop preloaded with the open-source operating system. Correspondent James Hilliard takes a closer look with HP's David Conrad.

August 11, 2004 by in Tech & Work

Grand Central services model leaves station

Halsey Minor, CEO of Grand Central Communications and founder and former chairman of CNET Networks, sits down with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber in a Face to Face interview and explains how his company acts as a central hub for integration services, offering customers transparency in service levels and a low-cost alternative to traditional software solutions.

August 5, 2004 by in Networking

Making wireless more reliable

Reliable interoperability among wireless devices was among the featured projects at Sun Microsystems' Sun Labs in Mountain View, Calif. Correspondent James Hilliard talks with Sun researcher Randy Smith and Sun Labs Director Glenn Edens about tackling the challenges of consistent connectivity, remote access and digital rights management.

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