CNET Top 5: Tech ads Video
The political conventions are over and so are CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric's first series of Webcasts. CNET's Kara Tsuboi sat down with Couric on the final night of the Republican National Convention to discuss what she liked about Webcasting, some of her most memorable guests, and whether TV news will still be around by the next round of conventions.
Not every piece of tech in cars rewrites history: Here are 5 that mostly just went back to the drawing board.
During her six years at Hewlett-Packard, former CEO Carly Fiorina was a very visible personality. This timeline takes a look back at some of her most prominent and memorable moments at the helm.
We put together the Apple Byte's most memorable moments from 2012. Lock the doors, and don't let your mom know you're watching this.
Super Bowl XLV features some memorable tech ads, details of Motorola Xoom's pricing are leaked in a Best Buy flier, and AOL shakes up the media industry with its deal to purchase The Huffington Post.
Blazing Angels is a combat flight simulator in which you'll get to fly in some of the Second World War's most memorable air battles. The Ubisoft title sets its sights on the PC, the Xbox, and the Xbox 360 in March.
The malware that has done the most damage in the history of computers.
This is a short film about the San Diego north county Renaissance Fair in Escondido's Felicita Park, April, 2006. Swordsmen, wizards, fair ladies and more make the Renaissance Fair a memorable event. Enjoy good food and drink and watch history come alive as you walk among people like yourself who want to be a part of something bigger and older that you can find anywhere else.
It's aviation achievement day in technology history.
Believe it or not, many early-stage tech start-ups continue to receive funding. This is one of the worst economic climates in recent history. What's more, many technology companies say they are hiring. How to explain the apparent contradiction? Check out the CNET News Daily Debrief with Charles Cooper and Webware Editor in Chief Rafe Needleman.