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Donald Bell and Antuan Goodwin stop by the studio for a very special episode of Boys Out Loud with your host Brian Tong. We discuss the future of Google Wallet and whether or not we will spend more money for higher quality apps for the Windows Phone. We also discuss Apples Malware evolution as well as the PayPal founders idea to pay high school grads not go to college and instead start their own tech companies. All this and much more on todays episode of BOL.
At the Voice on the Net 2005 conference in San Jose, Calif., outgoing FCC chairman Michael Powell talks with CNET News.com's Charles Cooper in a Face to Face interview about the success of Internet telephony. He also candidly discusses telecommunications mergers and the collapse of long-distance services.
You could learn to love a wagon like this--if you load up on the tech.
Attendees at the exclusive D9 tech conference get a duffel back loaded with goodies and gadgets. Here's what's inside
At an event celebrating HP's merger with Compaq, CEO Carly Fiorina warns that the days of rapid growth in the tech industry are gone.
Today we're discussing the merger of your television with the Web. In other words: The set-top Internet box. With great guests Avner Ronen, CEO of Boxee; and Christina Warren, who covers this market for Mashable.
On today's show, we've got a new meme, new details about the Comcast/NBCU merger, and new comments from Apple dismissing Android tablets as both "bizarre" and "vapor." Ok, guys, whatever you say. Verizon offers $200 off iPhone 4 upgrades, in case that takes the sting out a little, and we discuss the rise of universal app stores, consumer confusion over 4G, and sharks in the streets of Australia. It's a wide-ranging show, folks. --Molly
Want to turn your iPhone into a kid's toy? CNET editor at large Rafe Needleman talks to tech entrepreneurs at the Mama Bear Family Tech Conference in Mountain View, Calif., about the market opportunity to develop educational games and toys for kids.
Virgin Mobile USA launches pay-as-you-go broadband, Microsoft starts making antivirus software and stops making Money (the software, not the currency), and this is your final reminder about the digital TV transition.
Learn how your smartphone can help you get around in a strange town without spending all your money on taxis.