CNET Live: August 9, 2007 Video
Brian Cooley and Tom Merritt are joined by David Sifry, from Offbeat Guides, to discuss customized travel tips, and Bonnie Cha gets a bit too attached to the Mio Knight Rider GPS.
CNET's extensive live coverage of the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is hosted by Brian Cooley and Brian Tong with special guests, including Jay Elliot, former Apple vice president.
Nokia believes the technorati are looking for phones with flair as well as function. CNET Editor in Chief Patrick Houston looks at the new 7270 and 7280 with Nokia spokesperson Keith Nowak.
We all knew this day was coming, but it was still a huge shock when Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs announced on Wednesday that he was resigning his role as CEO. Apple, to many people, is Steve Jobs. We're going to talk today about the future of Apple under its new CEO, Tim Cook. We have three great guests from CNET: Josh Lowensohn, Jay Greene, and Brian Cooley. This was a very lively discussion, don't miss it!
During the September 27, 2007 CNET Live show, audience members competed in a GPS contest.
Catch the latest news and the hottest trends in cell phones, as CNET reports live from the 2007 CTIA show in Orlando.
Tom and Brian celebrate CNET Live's one-year anniversary with champagne, balloons, and the show's first-ever guest, Justin Kan of justin.tv.
In this week's CNET Live, Tom Merritt and guest host Brian Tong hold the first-ever iPhone nose-dial challenge; plus your calls and more!
During her guest appearance on CNET Live, Sue Gardner, executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation, defended Wikipedia co-creator Jimmy Wales. He's under fire for allegedly misusing foundation funds.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind interviews professional gamer Rafik "Lost-Cauze" Bryant about the Planet Able gaming accessory Bryant can't live without--noise-cancelling head phones.