Daily Debrief: When the (computing) cloud darkens Video
It's only August and already the list of Web outages is long. Charles Cooper and Webware Editor in Chief Rafe Needleman examine the flip side of the cloud computing success story--as well as Rafe's picks for the 10 worst Web glitches of the year.
It's the biggest massively multiplayer online game in the U.S 'World of Warcraft' is a computer game phenomenon, so what should we expect when its latest incarnation goes live at midnight? CNET News' Charles Cooper sits down with Daniel Terdiman on this edition of the Daily Debrief.
CNET News.com's Charles Cooper speaks with Webware Editor in Chief Rafe Needleman about what one of the founding fathers of the Internet is doing to resolve the growing problem of peer-to-peer transfers.
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.
Intel uses its big developer conference to tout progress in ushering in an age of intelligent computers. What's the reality, and when might all this be ready for prime time? Join Charles Cooper and Stephen Shankland on the CNET News Daily Debrief.
All of a sudden, it seems, every IT company worth its salt is heading to the Cloud. On the CNET News Daily Debrief, Charles Cooper and Dan Farber analyze the catalysts behind a recent rush of cloud-computing announcements.
In the aftermath of Google's surprise entry into the Internet browser business, there are myriad questions. But this much is certain: the announcement is guaranteed to spur the competition to improve its products in order not to fall behind. For more, tune into the CNET News Daily Debrief with Charles Cooper and Rafe Needleman.
Fans of Twitter, Pandora, Skype, Zillow, and seven other Web companies had better hope these start-ups find creative business plans to weather the financial downturn. These 11 Web 2.0 favorites have landed on Webware.com editor Rafe Needleman's list of companies that are potentially in peril. On Friday's edition of the Daily Debrief with CNET's Kara Tsuboi, Rafe explains why these companies are in danger--and what they could be doing to survive.
When Google introduced a Web browser earlier this fall, the debut was accompanied by much expectation as well as by much skepticism. But Chrome is starting to win over more converts--including CNET News' Stephen Shankland, who explains why on today's CNET News Daily Debrief with Charles Cooper.
So far, Cuil, a new search engine, is off to a bumpy start. But this is not your usual start-up, and expectations are sky-high. CNET News' Rafe Needleman and Charles Cooper explain why in today's Daily Debrief.