All about avatars Video
In this episode, CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari and CNET Download.com's Jessica Dolcourt explore their options in online avatar creation.
CNET Download.com's Jessica Dolcourt and News.com's Neha Tiwari talk Trojans. Is reformatting your hard drive the way to go when combatting spyware? Find out here.
CNET Download.com's Spyware Huntress, Jessica Dolcourt, joins CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari to talk Trojans. Is reformatting your hard disk drive the way to go when combating spyware? Find out here.
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari and Download.com's Jessica Dolcourt take a lap around last week's RSA show in San Francisco, seeking the best in security. Whether it's protecting a BlackBerry or crushing a hard drive, they find the answers to cybersafety questions.
CNET's Neha Tiwari and Jessica Dolcourt call out the pros and cons of the best-known all-in-one chat clients.
CNET chatterboxes Neha Tiwari and Jessica Dolcourt call out the pros and cons of the best-known all-in-one chat clients.
Have you ever wanted to dance, surf, and wear funky get-ups online? Meez may be for you. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari takes a look at the new online avatar-building site and discovers the benefits of having a two-dimensional, digital persona. Meez enables users to construct an avatar and export it to their favorite HTML-formatted site.
Cyworld.com will officially be released in the U.S. on Aug. 15, 2006. The site recalls "The Sims" or "Second Life" with the incorporation of avatars, but is similar to MySpace.com in its more basic functions (photo uploading, journaling, networking). CNET's Neha Tiwari, a self-proclaimed social-networking site addict, explores Cyworld to see how it stacks up to MySpace. Read Neha's blog on the subject here.
CNET Download.com's Jessica Dolcourt interviewed Khaled Hassounah, a regional director for Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child project. Hassounah, the Mideast/Africa regional head of the project, is one of three technologists profiled in CNET News.com's series "Engineering change." Speaking from CNET's studio, he explains why he hopes to place 2 million laptops into the hands of children in his region.
David Simmonds, director of business development at MindArk, joins CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari via Webcam to discuss how "Entropia Universe" differs \r\nfrom Linden Lab's creation "Second Life," how people make a living on Entropia, and what lies ahead for the virtual landscape. Three-year-old Entropia has nearly 500,000 users.