StageIt lets musicians set up digital concerts at home Video
Evan Lowenstein, CEO of StageIt, plays his hit song, Crazy for this Girl.
CNET's Boonsri Dickinson interviews some of the 15 finalists at Google headquarters about how they spent their summers curing cancer and asthma, and patenting new sailboat designs. Meet the winner, who received a $50,000 scholarship and a trip to the Galapagos.
CNET's Boonsri Dickinson talks with NeuroSky about how these robotic cat ears can wiggle and move to reflect how focused or relaxed its wearers are. We got a demo and had a chance to test them out for ourselves.
Norman Granz is one of the most important non-musicians in the history of jazz and no one has made a greater contribution to the staging, recording and filming of jazz concerts. This series of performances from the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival now makes a part of this legacy available on dvd for the first time. Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie Orchestra. This concert is the perfect example of how to "swing". The ideal combination of Ella Fitzgerald, at the height of her powers in 1979, with the Count Basie Orchestra and then accompanied by the great man himself, leads to a sublime evening with versions of such Ella classics as "Flying Home", "A-tisket, A-tasket", "Please don?t talk about me when I?m gone", "Sweet Georgia Brown", and many more.
Company CEO Bojan Bojanovic stops by CNET's office to demo the start-up's Instant Heart Rate and Stress Checker apps. CNET contributor Boonsri Dickinson tries out the heart rate app and finds out why measuring stress levels is important for long-term health.
How close are we to finding alien life? CNET contributor Boonsri Dickinson visits Geoff Marcy's lab at the University of California at Berkeley to hunt for Earth-like planets. Using the Keck telescope in Hawaii and data from the Kepler telescope, Marcy can detect planets millions of miles away.
At Palo Alto Research Center, Daniel Brusilovsky, founder of Teens in Tech Labs, moderated the Teens in Tech conference last week. Six incubator teams presented their start-up ideas to an audience of 200 or so parents and teens. CNET TV contributor Boonsri Dickinson checked in with one of the speaker's Robert Scoble, team members, and some members of the audience.
Veronica Belmont and Ben Huh join us on stage to talk about the brewing war between Apple and Google, pay walls on the web... and we also wage tiny cute little wars on each other as well.
Renowned musician and entrepreneur Thomas Dolby talks to Buzz Out Loud about the future of digital music and how to use video games to sell your album.
At the Panasonic press conference, the musician-actor takes the stage and announces MySpace TV. The social network has been revamped and is now designed to integrate with Panasonic's new line of TVs.