CNET Live: June 21, 2007 Video
We talk tech and show off Donald's homemade MP3 player from the backseat of a Rolls-Royce.
The 2007 Rolls-Royce Phantom is pure luxury and loaded with hidden tech, including 12-inch LCDs incorporated into tables in the rear for DVD viewing, a velvet-lined tray hidden in the dash to store your cell, and a stereo system that includes 15 speakers,
Webware.com editor Rafe Needleman talks with CNET News.com's Charles Cooper about Webware's competition to pick the best Web apps. Drawing on the wisdom and expertise of Webware readers, the Web 100 contest will find the best apps in 10 categories.
This is what Rolls-Royce calls downsizing. Good thing they don't own Honda.
When a car costs as much as a Rolls-Royce you expect a lot in return for your cash. What you get is more than a form of transport. It's a feeling of wealth and success you can't get from anything else wrapped up in your own personal slice of Great Britain.
We are recovering from our high-tech hangover from CES today. Meanwhile, take a look at CNET's picks for the Best of CES 2010.
And this year's Webware 100 winners are...Webware editor Rafe Needleman covers the top 100 Web applications of 2008, according to Webware readers. Plus, Rafe's personal top 5.
The 2010 version of the Showtime House -- a design and multimedia showhouse for Showtime's original programming -- is packed with the latest in home high-tech.
Webware Editor Rafe Needleman talks with CNET News.com's Charles Cooper about Webware's competition to pick the best Web apps. Drawing on the wisdom and expertise of Webware readers, the Web 100 contest will find the best apps in 10 categories.
In anticipation of Firefox 3, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi and Webware.com's Rafe Needleman discuss what users can look forward to with the new browser release. When it's available on June 17, expect faster service, the debut of the "awesome bar" and more security features.