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We are in the middle of a revolution in consumer commerce. We use our social networks to get advice from friends and mobile devices to scan prices at stores in real-time. How are retailers going to deal with the new consumer come Black Friday? Join Brian Solis, author of The End of Busienss as Usual, in conversation with Rafe Needleman
This week on the Roundtable, we discuss the future of book publishing. Guests Andrew Savikas from O'Reilly Media, and our own executive editor David Carnoy, talk about the upcoming Barnes and Noble Nook, the continued success of the Amazon Kindle, the anticipation over a rumored Apple tablet device, and electronic books in general.
YouTube tries to spice down its image by removing even partial nudity and adding a symphony contest. Good luck with that!
We all knew this day was coming, but it was still a huge shock when Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs announced on Wednesday that he was resigning his role as CEO. Apple, to many people, is Steve Jobs. We're going to talk today about the future of Apple under its new CEO, Tim Cook. We have three great guests from CNET: Josh Lowensohn, Jay Greene, and Brian Cooley. This was a very lively discussion, don't miss it!
From CES 2007: CBS President and CEO Leslie Moonves discusses the steps his company has taken to merge old broadcast media with new user-generated content, and he brings Chad Hurley of YouTube and Philip Rosedale of Second Life on stage to demonstrate how their companies can work in this fashion.
A social experiment shows the raw desperation of some guys on OKCupid.com, Mashable's 10 most shared YouTube videos of 2012, a movie theater app that rewards texting addicts for not texting, and more!
AT&T earns the "worst carrier in the world" award for the second year in a row, so it's a good thing I just signed up for two more years of service with this new iPhone 4S. On today's show, we'll look at how the other carriers compare to AT&T, dispel rumors of Shigeru Miyamoto's departure from Nintendo, put in our bid for RickPerry.com, Jeff demoes My Xbox Live for the iPad, and we'll show some incredible listener-submitted contest submission videos!
Google gets into the social gaming biz, because it turns out that social gaming addiction is the key to all social media success. Well, and a 5% cut of the profits compared to Facebook's 30%. Nice move, Google. Scotland Yard is using Britain's huge network of spy cams plus facial recognition software to track down looters, DARPA just ditched millions of our dollars somewhere over the Pacific (again), and Computer Love plays it safe.
Apple won't tolerate apps that gather UDID, Square is spicing things up again in the mobile payment space, and listen up gumshoes -- the government creates its own Carmen Sandiego game to put social media to the test.
As the presidential campaigns heat up, it might be just as important for the candidates to cover their social media bases as it is to have a position on national health care. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some of the best political apps and Web sites vying for your vote.