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Wi-Fi in the living room

CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley explains how wireless networking technology allows consumers to watch digital media stored on their personal computer on living room TVs without running cables.

published January 15, 2004 by


DVR technology going mainstream

CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley shows how digital video recorder technology is being integrated into a growing number of consumer electronics and other devices, allowing people to create their own TV line-up without the hassle of videotapes.

published January 15, 2004 by


The Netherlands focuses on tech innovation

Ambassador Clifford Sobel speaks with ZDNet's Dan Farber at the High Tech Connections symposium in Silicon Valley. Formerly the chairman of Internet telephony company Net2Phone, Sobel said the Netherlands is focusing investment capital and resources on three areas: embedded systems, nanotechnology and broadband.

published January 14, 2004 by


Tech on the rebound?

At the High Tech Connections symposium in San Jose, Calif., ZDNet editor in chief Dan Farber talks with Phillip Bond, Under Secretary of Commerce for Technology at the U.S. Department of Commerce. In a Face to Face interview, Bond discusses the exodus of high-technology jobs to foreign countries, nanotechnology and President Bush's recent announcement to send a man to Mars.

published January 13, 2004 by


Sony TV promises entertainment on the go

At the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Sony introduces CNET's Patrick Houston to a fusion of traditional television and broadband technology designed to let mobile consumers watch TV and video and access the Internet--all without a PC.

published January 9, 2004 by


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