The 404 357: Where Wilson calls dibsies on Dan Hesse Video
Maggie Reardon interviews Sprint CEO Dan Hesse about the Palm Pre and breaks exclusive news that the Palm Pre could be exclusive to Sprint longer than six months.
Sprint Nextel is set to spin off a local phone carrier named Embarq later this year. Embarq CEO Dan Hesse talks about VoIP and service for rural areas.
Long time friend of the 404 Tim Geisenheimer takes Wilson's spot today on the show where we talk a whole lot about the Palm Pre. The Pre will hit stores Saturday June 6 for $200 after a $100 rebate. We weigh some of the pros and cons of the new Palm gadget and try to figure out why (or if) it's cooler than the iPhone.
CNET News' Maggie Reardon talks to Rich Miner, Google's vice president of wireless, about how Android fits into his company's plans and how developers will embrace the new platform.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview with CNET editors, PalmSource CEO David Nagel talks about competition with Microsoft in the handheld market and his company's planned split with Palm.
This is the last time we let Wilson choose the show title. Good news--The 404 Wikipedia page is BACK! Edit away, but please don't redirect the page. Today we talk about a fake bus stop in Germany, a "green" iPhone app, the iPhone 4G prototype, the "World of Warcraft" movie, and Jake Gyllenhaal as the Prince of Persia.
Our favorite comedian Alison Rosen joins us on today's show to talk about her new daily video show, TheDailyAlison.com. Also, be sure to listen in to hear why Wilson Tang left the premiere of "Transformers 2" scowling and cursing the name of Michael Bay.
EarthLink founder Sky Dayton talked with CNET News.com's Maggie Reardon at CTIA 2006 in Las Vegas. Dayton, CEO of soon-to-launch mobile service Helio, says the service will offer features now unavailable in the U.S., and he shows off the two devices that will work on Helio.\r\n
On today's show, Brian Tong has an exclusive about the next crop of iMacs: they're on a boat! Also, Kent German calls in from CTIA to talk AT&T-T-Mobile fallout on the show floor, plus a sneak peek at Sprint's new phone announcements. We rant about Microsoft's new strategy of demanding licenses for things like status bars on mobile phones, and Apple takes on Amazon in a war for the App Store (the name). Plus, new research leads the way to Cylons that can feel pain. --Molly
Aunt Jill Schlesinger fills in for Wilson today and tells us about her trip to China and why Groupon's stock dropped so much after the initial offering.