iPhone 3G says hello to Palo Alto Video
CNET.com's Brian Tong heads to the Palo Alto, Calif., Apple store to check out the crowds and see what's involved in the activation process.
The launch of Apple's cool new iPhone turned into a big tech meltdown for new and old customers. Kara Tsuboi looks into what happened.
CNET's Brian Cooley looks at technology the Palo Alto Research Center is developing that aims to restore damaged documents by using secure codes that are actually printed on them.
The Palo Alto Research Center, a spinoff lab from Xerox, recently opened its doors to show off paper with disappearing ink, solar concentrators, and a way to purify water that was inspired by toner cartridges. CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos took a tour and has the latest on the lab's current research projects.
From Australia to Japan to San Francisco, Apple fanboys and girls are buzzing over the iPhone 3G's release. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi takes us on a spin around the world to gauge the pandemonium from some of the 70 countries hot to get their hands on the new Apple smartphone.
Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center is known for its almost eerie capability to be working on what's next before most other companies can see it. Xerox CTO Sophie Vandebroek needs to keep that happening.
From the launch of the Nokia Research Center in Palo Alto, Calif.: CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos speaks with research engineers about the technology they're developing in conjunction with Nokia and Stanford University.
Did you go to an Apple Store and leave empty handed? Brian Tong talks to customers who were hoping to get their hands on the new iPhone 3G.
As doors open at Apple stores and other retailers around the globe, lucky customers in Sydney, Australia are among the first to get the new iPhone in their hands.
In Wednesday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET News reporters Kara Tsuboi and Erica Ogg discuss the scarcity of the iPhone. Several dozen AT&T stores are reportedly sold out, forcing customers to wait as long as three weeks for new shipments. Apple stores are getting regular orders, but customers should continue to expect long waits in line.