Ep. 961: Are you smarter than Google? Video
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.
Bonnie Cha, senior editor for cell phones, joins the show today to fill in for Justin Yu. It's one of the few days Wilson and Jeff aren't worried about losing their jobs for something they shouldn't have said. And no, she is NOT Nicole Lee. What better day to have Ms. Cha on the show than following the weekend that the actual Google phone leaks!
CNET's Brian Cooley sees Intel's newest 3-in-1 cell phone chip, which the company claims will make cell phones smarter, faster and more efficient.
In the fast-evolving world of connected cars, CTO Paul Mascarenas is bringing Detroit and Silicon Valley together to chart Ford's path into the future.
Google and Microsoft continue their highly public patent-related catfight, which is either raising awareness of the issue of overbroad software patents or just turning into an embarrassing public battle that's making us all uncomfortable. Also, facial recognition is a trap, and security researchers are rushing to unveil the real Shady Rat. Plus: Computer Love!
Your smartphone and connected car could lower your insurance premiums if you're willing to be transparent.
The summer has been dominated by Android and Apple news, but RIM's not about to let them have all the fun. The BlackBerry maker is set to make an announcement at an event in New York next Tuesday that might have a little something to do with all those BlackBerry OS 6 previews we've been seeing lately. We take a minute to discuss what the company might unveil. Also on this week's podcast, jailbreaking gets the A-OK from the U.S. Copyright Office and Nicole reviews a pretty cool beginner cell phone from Just5. Too bad it looks like a calculator. Awww.
This excerpt, taken from Interop New York 2005 on December 13, features Google Enterprise's Dave Girouard discussing how he envisions building a single search box that can be used for both corporate networks and the Internet.\r\n
This easy, local-focused listings lookup finds businesses and people for free from any Internet-connected cell phone.
In the wake of Watson completely obliterating its human opponents on Jeopardy, we sit down with two experts on human/computer competition to discuss the similarities and perennial differences between the two types of minds.