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At Macworld 2009 in San Francisco, Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, announces a new music price plan and an expanded selection of digital rights management-free songs in its iTunes Store. Users will be able to strip their existing DRM-wrapped music of the controversial copy protection software, but doing so will cost 30 cents per song.
Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing talks with ZDNET executive editor David Coursey about the company's strategy as a new entry into the server market.
Logitech's David Henry shows ZDNet's David Coursey the company's new Io digital pen. The pen stores up to 40 pages of handwritten notes in its memory.
At Macworld in New York, ZDNet Anchordesk Executive Editor David Coursey takes a look at the new Apple digital video recorder that offers similar features as the popular TiVo personal video recorder.
GameSpot's Giancarlo Varanini shows ZDNet's David Coursey a beta version of Microsoft's Xbox Live, an online gaming service set to debut in mid-November.
GameSpot's Giancarlo Varanini shows ZDNet's David Coursey the Sony PlayStation's online gaming component, and explains how it compares to Microsoft's Xbox Live service.
ZDNet's David Coursey talks with Microsoft Research about a new online directory that collects, categorizes and archives all the known stars of the universe.
ZDNet's David Coursey talks with Microsoft's Jodie Cadieux about the company's plans to include Windows Media Center software on mobile devices.
The Dell streak gets pricing and a release date in the U.S., Skype and Kazaa founders team up to launch an online music service, and pictures of a new Samsung tablet surface.
At Macworld in New York, ZDNet Anchordesk Executive Editor David Coursey looks at the latest applications and hardware coming from Apple developers, including a new personal video recorder and back-up storage drive.