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Stanford University's annual Cool Products Expo shows off the best rising products around. CNET News.com's Zamir Haider was on hand at this year's event on April 11 to see what the future has in store.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos interviews Oliso CEO Ehsan Allpour about his company's high-tech household iron at the Cool Products Expo in Stanford, Calif., on April 26.
At the When 2.0 workshop, Release 1.0 Editor Esther Dyson talks to EVDB CEO Brian Dear, Upcoming.org founder Andy Baio and Meetup.com CEO Scott Heiferman about discovering and sharing community events online. The event, hosted by Release 1.0, took place at Stanford University.
John Gage, chief researcher and vice president of the Science Office at Sun, interviews wiki inventor Ward Cunningham in Mountain View, Calif., on April 24, 2006. The program took place at the Computer History Museum.
At the When 2.0 workshop, Release 1.0 Editor Esther Dyson talks to Microsoft CTO Ray Ozzie; Raymie Stata, Yahoo's Chief Architect of Search and Marketplace; and Open Source Applications Foundation President Mitchell Kapor about developing software that can help people manage their time. The event was hosted by Release 1.0 and took place at Stanford University.
At the When 2.0 workshop, Electronic Arts' chief designer Will Wright, who created the popular "SimCity" series, talks about the role of time in game play. The workshop was hosted by Release 1.0 and took place at Stanford University.
John Johnson, CIO of Intel, talks about the company's strategy to provide consumers and businesses with new products and applications. The discussion took place in San Francisco on April 26. Video provided by the Churchill Club.
MySpace finally gets around to launching its music service, Schwinn lets us ride its new electronic bike, and Sony Ericsson has a cool new Bluetooth watch for women.
Everything's networked these days, from PCs to cell phones. Why not cars? A VW lab has done it, and they took us for a ride to explain why.