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In a CNET Conversation, Yahoo's CEO, Carol Bartz, talks about her plans to partner with winners, get serious about content, and why she cares more about the world outside of Silicon Valley.
Talking to CNET News.com's Charles Cooper, Meetup founder and CEO Scott Heiferman says Meetup is spreading beyond America. The service, Heiferman says, is helping "make the world a friendlier place."
CNET News.com's Charles Cooper talks to Editor at Large Brian Cooley about Honda's FCX Clarity, the first commercial hydrogen car on the market.
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.
In a tech recession, companies are tightening their belts. But there's a human cost--both for the person receiving the pink slip as well as for the executive bearing the bad news. On the CNET News Daily Debrief, Charles Cooper and Rafe Needleman talk about one real-world example from a CEO who agreed to talk about the experience.
Microsoft's Ray Ozzie talks about bringing a two-way version of RSS to calendaring, and then admits to using paper for some purposes. Here's CNET News.com editor Charles Cooper talking with Ozzie.
CNET News.com's Charles Cooper talks with Rafe Needleman of Webware about how trends now coming to the fore in social networking may soon change how we think about the social Web.
CNET News.com's Charles Cooper and Declan McCullagh take stock of a move in Congress to pass a so-called Internet Freedom bill. The aim: To put regulations on tech companies doing business in China and other nations deemed to unreasonably restrict Internet use.
Webware.com editor Rafe Needleman talks with CNET News.com's Charles Cooper about Webware's competition to pick the best Web apps. Drawing on the wisdom and expertise of Webware readers, the Web 100 contest will find the best apps in 10 categories.
Webware Editor Rafe Needleman talks with CNET News.com's Charles Cooper about Webware's competition to pick the best Web apps. Drawing on the wisdom and expertise of Webware readers, the Web 100 contest will find the best apps in 10 categories.