Fans show off Final Cut Pro 4 at Macworld Video
At Macworld CreativePro in New York, CNET's Brian Cooley talks to Epson about the PowerLite S1, the new multimedia projector priced just less than $1,000.
At Macworld CreativePro in New York, CNET's Brian Cooley takes a closer look at two of Nikon's newest digital cameras: the Coolpix 3100 and the Coolpix SQ.
CNET's Brian Cooley looks at Nokia's latest cell phone and camera combination, the 7610, which can run video-editing and Web-logging software.
Plaintiffs drop a major copyright infringement suit against CNET, Avid and Adobe offer great deals on video-editing software to lure disenchanted Final Cut Pro users, and Facebook is raising expectations for its news event today.
Apple releases the long-awaited update to its pro video-editing software called Final Cut Pro X, the FBI seizes servers that allegedly have caused multiple Web sites to go down, and reports surface on an unsolicited buyout offer for Hulu.
At Macworld in New York, ZDNet Anchordesk Executive Editor David Coursey looks at the latest applications and hardware coming from Apple developers, including a new personal video recorder and back-up storage drive.
Allowing users to edit and export full 720p HD video, Apple's popular video-editing program will now run on iOS 4.
At Macworld in New York, ZDNet Anchordesk Executive Editor David Coursey takes a look at the new Apple digital video recorder that offers similar features as the popular TiVo personal video recorder.
At Macworld in New York, ZDNet Anchordesk Executive Editor David Coursey learns about some of the new features in Apple's latest operating system, including a junk e-mail filter and calendar.
On today's show, an exhausted Molly and Brian Cooley wrap up the longest Apple keynote in years, and try to make sense of the things you can and can't accomplish with iCloud. Plus, the latest from Microsoft at E3, a little bit of cursory science news, and finally time for pizza. Phew.