eBay's growing Web services Video
At the eBay Developers Conference, Max Mancini, eBay's senior director of platform and disruptive innovation, announces five new services that developers can use to build more efficient applications with better functionality.
CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica speaks with eBay Senior Director of Platform and Disruptive Innovation Max Mancini about the new "San Dimas" user interface and other new eBay features including the new widget "eBay to Go."
At NetWorld+Interop in Las Vegas, eBay President Maynard Webb talks about how the company's technology infrastructure will adapt to its growing user base.
At NetWorld+Interop in Las Vegas, eBay President Maynard Webb discusses how eBay is expanding by leveraging its technology platform to other companies such as IBM.
At Release 1.0's PC Forum 2006 in Carlsbad, Calif., eBay founder Pierre Omidyar talks to Esther Dyson about the three "laws" that create socially responsible businesses: access, connection and ownership.
This week, we examine the 800-plus percent surge in year-over-year Android phone sales (complete with another open-market versus walled garden debate); and also check out which new cities are getting WiMax. Dan recounts his harrowing experience trying to sell an old iPod Touch on eBay, and goes over the telltale signs you're about to get scammed. Then, we check out some amazing video footage of gamers at an Internet cafe fighting back against a gang of muggers -- those Warcraft guys sure can take a punch.
CNET's Neha Tiwari talks with Facebook Director of Business Development Jed Stremel at Digital Hollywood 2006 about plans to change the social networking scene with a new platform that integrates exterior sites to track trends. Stremel also discusses changes made during the last year in an effort to make the user experience more seamless and what makes Facebook different from Myspace.
CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica gets a first-hand look at "eBay to Go," a new widget developed by eBay's Stephen Chang.
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Mozilla Foundation Chairman Mitchell Baker talks about the company's plans to enter the smartphone market with Fennec, a mobile version of its Firefox browser. She also discusses how the new, open platform will encourage Web 2.0 application development.
A French court slapped eBay with a multimillion dollar fine for failing to stop designer knockoffs from being sold online. Harry Smith speaks with CNET editor Molly Wood about how to spot knockoffs.