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  • LIVE BLOG: Steve Ballmer's opening keynote at CES 2009

    Jason Hiner - January 7, 2009, 10:37 AM PST

    LIVE BLOG: Steve Ballmer's opening keynote at CES 2009

    This was a live blog of Steve Ballmer's CES 2009 keynote at 6:30 PM Pacific on January 7, 2008. It was originally in reverse chronological order, but after the live event I edited it into chronologica...

  • Geek Gifts 2008: Amazon Kindle

    Bill Detwiler - November 4, 2008, 2:56 AM PST

    Geek Gifts 2008: Amazon Kindle

    With its paper-like display, wireless capability, PC-free operation, and thousands of titles from Amazon's catalog behind it, the Kindle may be the first e-book reader to gain broad acceptance. Bill D...

  • How the Mac was born, and other tales

    Guest Contributor - January 11, 2005, 7:39 AM PST

    How the Mac was born, and other tales

    Mac co-creator Andy Hertzfeld talks with CNET News.com about the early days, open-source software, the iPod and Steve Jobs' parking habits.

  • Using AppleScript to build Mac OS X applications

    Jean-Luc David - April 16, 2004, 12:00 AM PST

    Using AppleScript to build Mac OS X applications

    AppleScript is commonly used to automate Mac OS desktop applications. You can easily build applications that use the Aqua UI and interact with other applications on your Mac. We'll show you how.

  • Mac VNC: Getting GUI on the go

    Larry Loeb - January 25, 2001, 12:00 AM PST

    Mac VNC: Getting GUI on the go

    Wouldn't it be great if you could connect to the Internet with any computer and view and operate a single desktop? You can. Larry Loeb explains how Virtual Network Computer (VNC) allows you to view a ...

  • Mac Boot Camp, part 2: The managers

    Larry Loeb - November 17, 2000, 12:00 AM PST

    Mac Boot Camp, part 2: The managers

    In part 2 of his Mac Boot Camp series, Larry Loeb provides a detailed explanation of how Mac's essential Toolbox managers can serve you.