The year in video: ZDNet's top 10 tech events

Here's a look at the most watched videos on ZDNet in 2010.

Here's a look at the most watched videos on ZDNet in 2010.

Apple shows off word processing software for iPad

Apple shows off word processing software for iPad Philip Schiller, senior vice president of product marketing, demos the company's productivity app iWork and offers a peek at word processing on the new iPad.

Apple introduces the iPad

Apple introduces the iPad At an Apple press event, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the iPad. The new mobile device is a half-inch thin and weighs 1.5 pounds. It's powered with a 1GHz Apple A4 chip and comes with 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The new device plays movies, music, TV shows, and acts as an e-reader. It will cost $499 for the 16GB version.

Microsoft highlights new devices at CES 2010

Microsoft highlights new devices at CES 2010 At CES 2010 in Las Vegas, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer takes the stage and highlights some of the key devices and technologies the company will be launching in the coming year. He demos a new slate PC from HP running Windows 7 as well as some new Windows Mobile phones. Robbie Bach, the company's president of Entertainment and Devices, also talks about Microsoft's plan for Natal and announces a ship date of Christmas 2010.

The Future Of...Thermostats

The Future Of...Thermostats The household thermostat has always been difficult to program--wasting energy and driving up your utility bill. But ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das explains how new networking technologies will one day connect your thermostat and meter to your PC, so you are better able to track, monitor, and analyze the energy usage in your home.

iPhone 4: What new owners are saying

iPhone 4: What new owners are saying With today's iPhone 4 launch, CNET News senior reporter Maggie Reardon is on scene at Manhattan's Fifth Avenue Apple store asking consumers what they think of their new gadget.

Apple iPhone OS 4.0 brings folders for apps

Apple iPhone OS 4.0 brings folders for apps Apple CEO Steve Jobs demonstrates folder creation for organizing apps in the new iPhone operating system due out in the summer.

The Future Of… Airplane Service

The Future Of… Airplane Service Virgin America is trying to take airplane service to new heights by creating on-board features that cater to the techie in all of us, whether it's texting a fellow passenger from your seatback, choosing food through an online ordering system, or connecting to a Wi-Fi hot spot 35,000 feet in the air. ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das reveals the innovations that could improve your next flight.

Dell unveils convertible Windows 7 tablet

Dell unveils convertible Windows 7 tablet At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Dell's Dave Zavelson shows off the company's new 10-inch Windows 7 tablet. Its standout feature is the ability to open up the case, flip the screen, and then convert it into a laptop design. The tablet will be available later this year.

Apple unveils iPhone OS 4.0 with multitasking

Apple unveils iPhone OS 4.0 with multitasking Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces multitasking support in the newest iPhone operating system. Users will finally be able to switch back and forth between applications like Pandora and Skype without having to shut down the app entirely to enter a new one.

Bloom Energy unveils the Bloom Box

Bloom Energy unveils the Bloom Box KR Sridhar, CEO of Bloom Energy touts his new Bloom Box fuel cell at a press event in Sunnyvale, California. The technology is designed to be stacked into small blocks and housed in a unit about the size of a refrigerator.

Google makes TV smarter

Google makes TV smarter At Google I/O in San Francisco, Google executive Rishi Chandra demos the company’s new TV platform, which integrates traditional television with Web features. Running on Android, the platform lets users search for shows on TV or watch on-demand video content through the Web.

Google introduces the Nexus One smartphone

Google introduces the Nexus One smartphone At Google's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., Google VP of Product Management Mario Queiroz and Android Senior Product Manager Erick Tseng demo the new Google Nexus One smartphone, or as he calls it, "superphone." The new phone is made with HTC hardware and runs Google's Android 2.1 OS. Some of the features include GPS with Google Maps and turn-by-turn navigation, an accelerometer, a virtual keyboard, a light sensor for adjusting the display to save battery power, a proximity sensor, a compass, a 5-megapixel camera with an LED flash, Wi-Fi, a new media gallery interface with access to Picasa and YouTube, Facebook access, and stereo Bluetooth.