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CNET's Natali Del Conte covers the New York City launch of the Apple iPad at the flagship cubed Apple Store on 5th Avenue.
Straight from the New York Apple Store, Natali Del Conte unwraps and activates the highly coveted Apple iPhone 3G.
At Macworld in New York, ZDNet Anchordesk Executive Editor David Coursey learns about some of the new features in Apple's latest operating system, including a junk e-mail filter and calendar.
Unfortunately, Natali Del Conte is still posted up on the West Coast covering E3 2010, but the three of us are still in New York and today we're talking about a New York assemblyman whose mission is to ban the iPhone 4's FaceTime videochat application from the road.
Natali Del Conte reports from New York, where Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announces the launch of Windows 7, showing several new features along with a slew of new products that will run the OS.
Fresh from San Francisco where she was covering last week's Apple announcements, Natali Del Conte joins us on the today's pop-culture-y episode.
The name of this band is Vampire Weekend. They are specialists in the following styles: "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa", "Upper West Side Soweto", "Campus", and "Oxford Comma Riddim." Vampire Weekend are Ezra Koenig (vocals / guitar), Rostam Batmanglij (keyboards / vocals), Chris Baio (bass) and Christopher Tomson (drums). They live in New York and met while studying at Columbia University, forming the band in the spring of 2006. In June 2007 the New York Times wrote that "Even without an album, Vampire Weekend have made one of the most impressive debuts of the year." In January 2008 XL Recordings will release Vampire Weekend's first full-length. Their first single "Mansard Roof" will be in shops on October 22, 2007. (October 23 in the US)
Natali Del Conte checks out IE 8, a new keyboard from Logitech, and more at the Web 2.0 Expo in New York City.
Natali Del Conte talks to William Rast co-founders Justin Timberlake and Trace Ayala at their Sony-sponsored fashion show in New York City--and puts their geek cred to the test.
Natali Del Conte takes a First Look at the LG Ally, LG's first Android phone, at an "Iron Man 2"-themed launch event in New York City.