Handspring's Treo tries color Video
Microsoft executives at TechXNY announce a release date for the Tablet PC and demo new editing tools for correspondent Melissa Francis.
With the upcoming release of Netscape 7 threatening a renewed browser war, correspondent Melissa Francis takes a look back at the browser war of the 90s.
CNET's Brian Cooley talks with Handspring's co-founder and CEO, Donna Dubinsky, about what it will take for the Treo to gain widespread market adoption.
Correspondent Melissa Francis highlights new products debuting at TechXNY.
Summus Vice President John Maxwell and correspondent Melissa Francis demo new file sharing software that enables users to exchange photos, and excel and word documents over cell phones.
During CNET's 2005 Holiday Helpdesk, John from North Carolina was wondering if he should upgrade from his Palm Treo 600 to the Treo 650 or wait until the Treo 700 is released.
Correspondent Melissa Francis looks at the technology hurdles facing wireless carriers in launching the second phase of the e911 initiative by October.
Microsoft's Chris Capossela talks with correspondent Melissa Francis about the company's new server-based version of Project 2002.
At TechXNY in New York, correspondent Melissa Francis talks to a Microsoft executive about the company's new mobile phone integrated with Pocket PC software.
In the second of a two-part report, correspondent Melissa Francis talks to analysts about Apple's execution of its product line for the first half of 2002.