Burning Man: What's the fascination for Silicon Valley? Video
CNET News.com's Elinor Mills captured video of Burning Man alight with fireworks and a Tesla coil attracted to a fire-wielding sculpture as part of the Burning Man 2007 arts festival in the Nevada desert on Labor Day weekend.
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.
After this week's big security flub at AOL, the answer to the privacy question is a lot less clear. Tune in to a discussion between Elinor Mills, Declan McCullagh and Charlie Cooper on this week's edition of the CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
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.
Microsoft makes billions of dollars each year from its Office franchise. But now Google has launched a spreadsheet and word processor on its Web site that anyone can use--for free. Is this the first move in a broader push by Google to expand into software applications? Join Charlie Cooper, Elinor Mills and Rafe Needleman in this week's edition\r\nof the CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
This week on the Mailbag, we answer your burning texting questions and offer some BMW trivia.
In this first weekly roundtable videocast, CNET staffers discuss the good, the bad and the ugly in yet another busy week for Google. Participants, left to right are: Declan McCullagh, Elinor Mills, Kari Dean McCarthy, and Greg Sandoval.\r\n
CNET News.com reporter Elinor Mills looks at some of the new features in Google Toolbar 4.0, which first became available on Monday, Jan. 30.\r\n
Google has launched a calendar application linked to e-mail. This will compete with services from Yahoo and software from Microsoft. CNET News.com's Elinor Mills looks at some features of Google Calendar.