Happy 30th Birthday to the IBM PC Video
At a 2001 event celebrating the PC's 20th anniversary, IBM engineer Dave Bradley talks about how the control-alt-delete keystroke came to be, quipping that, though he invented it, Bill Gates made it famous.
Facebook recently rolled out privacy changes and new data-sharing features. As usually happens when Facebook makes a privacy change, there was a swift and mighty backlash. Didn't Facebook learn from Beacon? To discuss Facebook's latest moves, Rafe Needleman is joined by CNET's Declan McCullagh and by Kara Swisher from All Things Digital.
Is the iPad the magical device that can do for newspapers and magazines when CD ROMs, the Web, and RSS readers could not? Join Rafe Needleman in discussion with PaidContent's Rafat Ali and the New York Times' Damon Darlin.
This is the last Reporters' Roundtable, so Rafe Needleman does some navel-gazing and gives out awards to the products, companies, and ideas he liked best. And worst. With guest Brian Cooley.
Root Music CEO J Sider and Evolver.fm's Eliot Van Buskirk join Rafe to discuss how the music industry has changed for performers, and what all the new digital services mean for them.
At DemoFall 2006 in San Diego, CNET's Rafe Needleman spoke with Be Here CEO Stephen Von Rump about the company's upcoming video conference phone system TotalView. Touted as a cheaper, every \r\ncompany's alternative to Microsoft's upcoming Roundtable, it sports a full 360-degree view with only one lens.
The CEO of PARC talks with Rafe Needleman about the history of the famous lab, how to encourage innovation in a country or a company, and what it's like to compete with Google for engineers.
In a special Roundtable, Google's Vic Gundotra, and Bradley Horowitz discuss how Google claims 170 million users for Google+, why the service was just redesigned, and their favorite features.
If you've got an idea for a product, there are new ways to bring it to market. Rafe Needleman talks with Yancey Strickler of Kickstarter and Jim Newton of TechShop about innovations in funding and prototyping.
Adrian Aoun, the founder of the news-reading and summarizing app Wavii, talks with Rafe Needleman about the genesis of his technology and how far it can go.