Veronica does SXSW, Day 2 Video
Veronica Belmont takes you along the streets and into the clubs of Austin, Texas, during her first hours at this year's South by Southwest Interactive Festival.
The South-by-Southwest Festival has become a mecca for startups. But is this famed-Texas hotspot more hype than substance? Our CNET experts give you the inside take.
Twitter acquired Posterous, PayPal may compete with Square, and at this year's South By Southwest, we find out what attendees think of apps like Highlight, Glancee and Banjo.
Take a quick spin around the show floor and get a taste of the nightlife as hosts Molly Wood and Brian Tong dive into the South By Southwest experience.
The bands, the movies, the interactive media, the barbecue--we'll be on the scene in Austin, covering it all. Stay tuned for videos, music, blogs, and more from CNET.com, MP3.com, Download Music, Webshots, Chow, and News.com
Veronica Belmont shows off some of the technology that will help you stick to your New Year's resolutions.
This hybrid smart phone/mobile PC has a detachable keyboard and large screen. CNET's Bonnie Cha and Veronica Belmont take a first look.
Hours before the PS3 goes on sale Thursday, people in many American cities line up for a chance to buy. CNET's Veronica Belmont went to the San Francisco Metreon to talk to the hopeful gamers.
Hailing from Curitiba, in Southern Brazil, Bonde Do Role - Marina, Pedro and Gorky, create funk carioca in a rockin' way. Their dance party electro punk is the sound of 2007, taking the Bailefunk rhythms of their homeland and mashing them up, rapping in their native tongues. Discovered by DJ/Producer Diplo in 2006, Bonde Do Role released their first domestic single "Melo do Tabaco" on Diplo's newly formed Mad Decent label. Bonde's March 2007 North American tour found them touring with Diplo once more, after taking the South by Southwest Festival in Austin by storm. Look out for dates with fellow Brazillians CSS in June and a full U.S. headline tour in September.
Veronica Belmont lays an egg for guest host Tom Merritt. Is it a dinosaur egg? No, but there has been a baby dinosaur robot wandering around the CNET offices. Turns out, neither dinosaurs nor Furbies are actually extinct.