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CNET News.com's Amanda Termen talked with Tempe, Ariz., police officers about how they use their municipal Wi-Fi system.
Guy Kawasaki, a former Apple employee and current CEO of Garage Technology Ventures, further discusses Steve Jobs' role in putting the pieces back together, how Apple achieves its success, and what the future holds. CNET News.com's Amanda Termen reports.
The former Apple employee and current CEO of Garage Technology Ventures sits down with CNET News.com's Amanda Termen to discuss what it was like helping put Apple on the map.\r\n
CNET News.com's Amanda Termen looks at Cupertino, Calif., the Silicon Valley suburb where Apple Computer has based its operations for decades. What kind of a next-door neighbor is the Mac maker?
Author Owen Linzmayer says, "Anybody who tries to guess what Apple's gonna do next is wrong" and claims company was doing fine even before the iPod.
'The Cult of Mac' author Leander Kahney joins CNET News.com's Amanda Termen to discuss the emergence of the infamous "Mac faithful" and the lengths so-called Macheads have gone to in order to protect the name of Apple Computer.\r\n
CNET News.com's Amanda Termen took a look around Tempe, Ariz., the first large U.S. city to provide Wi-Fi access for all its residents. See how it works, and what still doesn't, as she speaks to the people in charge.
CNET News.com's Amanda Termen looks at how Tempe, Ariz., fire and emergency services use the municipal Wi-Fi network to deal with crisis.
Owen Linzmayer, who wrote "Apple Confidential 2.0," is among Apple's loyal users and admires the Mac maker's corporate use of secrecy as a marketing tool. "The joke is Apple has been going out of business for 20 years," he says.
CNET News.com's Amanda Termen was on hand for the official 'wire cutting' ceremony in Anaheim, California, on June 29. Hear from the mayor of Anaheim and EarthLink's CEO on the challenges they've faced so far, as well as the challenges yet to come.