Google CEO Eric Schmidt Video
In the first part of a wide-ranging interview with CNET's Ina Fried, the philanthropist and Microsoft chairman talks about innovation and how the future is bleak without it.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt talks about whether the company ever regrets its "do no evil" policy, and how the definition of "evil" changes as Google grows.
After our first day of CES we discuss what tech is making waves in Vegas. What grabbed your attention and which products will never see the store shelves. Molly breaks down her interview with Google's Eric Schmidt and Brian Tong reflects on his time with LL Cool J live on the CNET stage.
In a wide-ranging interview at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about the company's stock performance, its effect on employee morale, and the company's strategy to monetize mobile.
If you missed our special live Digital City show from the CNET Stage at CES 2011, now you can catch it here. Dan is joined by G4TV's 'Attack of the Show' co-host Kevin Pereira for a wide-ranging discussion ranging from post-apocalyptic cellphone reception to high-tech digital name tags.
Google's Eric Schmidt steps down as CEO, Verizon challenges the FCC's Net neutrality rules, and Logitech has a new wireless mouse to keep you on your couch--it is actually optimized to work there!
Microsoft introduced Windows 8 to the executive crowd at the D9 conference this week, but the demo followed Google's Eric Schmidt, who clearly implied that Microsoft was irrelevant to the future of technology. So what does Win 8 mean to the world? Jay Greene, Ed Bott, and Rafe Needleman discuss.
The argument over network neutrality. Will business interests kill the future of the Net? Does the FCC know what it's doing? To discuss these topics, and of course the recent Google/Verizon proposal, we're joined by author and frequent CNET contributor Larry Downes and CNET News.com writer Maggie Reardon.
She's been called the second most powerful woman in business. By now, she may be No. 1. In a wide-ranging discussion about technology, politics, and her company's plans, Xerox's CEO tells News.com's Charles Cooper that the tech industry hasn't found a particularly sympathetic ear in the nation's capital, especially when it comes to the hot-button topic of H-1B visas.
At CES 2012, CNET talks to Google's Eric Schmidt, Samsung's Tim Baxter, and other industry insiders about the "ecosystem" trend toward devices backed by content, services, and the cloud. Who wins, and who loses? It's the Next Big Thing.