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Somebody must have been hitting the egg nog early this year. How else to explain some of the more bizarre happenings in the computer business in recent memory? Join Charles Cooper, Jim Kerstetter, Ina Fried and Michael Kanellos for the final edition of 2006\222s CNET News.com Reporters\222 Roundtable.
Is Google out to doom Microsoft Office? With its move into the spreadsheet business -- and an earlier acquisition of a word processing company -- Google is firing a very obvious shot across Microsoft's bow. What are its ambitions and how might Microsoft respond? Join Charles Cooper, Elinor Mills, Mike Ricciuti and Ina Fried as they debate on this week's edition of the CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
Is Lenovo a potential information security risk because of the Chinese government's part ownership in the PC maker? That's what an influential Congressman says, and he forced the U.S. State Department to back down over the issue. Join CNET News.com's Reporter Roundtable with Charles Cooper, Harry Fuller, Tom Krazit and Joris Evers for a behind-the-scenes discussion of what happens next.
Beyond all the glitz, gadgets and gizmos, who were the big winners and big losers at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo? Join Charlie Cooper, Jim Kerstetter, Ina Fried and Daniel Terdiman to learn the inside story during this week's CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
Gates' comments about the $100 PC project at MIT gets a strong reaction from reporters and editors Michael Kanellos, Mike Yamamoto, Tom Krazit and Mike Ricciuti.\r\n
The annual battle of nerves between shoppers and retailers is about to get under way, with the start of the holiday shopping season. With all those tech toys--and there are a lot of cool, new items--what's the plan? Buy now or wait it out? Join Charlie Cooper, Erica Ogg, Michael Kanellos and Tom Krazit on the CNET News.com Reporter's Roundtable to find out.
News.com editor Kari Dean McCarthy interviews reporters Tom Krazit, Ina Fried, and Joris Evers about the cause and effects of the software maker's decision to delay its next operating system.\r\n
The unstated message behind Apple's recent product blitz was a blunt signal to its consumer electronics rivals: Apple wants a bigger piece of the living room business. But will Apple's Fall technology lineup give Steve Jobs the weapons he needs to best the big boys of the consumer electronics field? Join Charlie Cooper, Tom Meritt, James Kim and Tom Krazit on this week's edition of the CNET News.com Reporter Roundtable.
This week's Dialed In focuses on new BlackBerry phones, Android rumors, the AT&T-T-Mobile merger, and new reviews. And we have a special guest with Roger Cheng from CNET News.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos reports from the Intel Berkeley Lab during its open house, March 22. He speaks with two researchers working on systems to provide Internet access to remote locations as efficiently as possible.