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October 24, 2007, 1:00pm PDT
With the emergence of the iPhone, Windows Mobile has a strong competitor in the mobile market. CNET News.com's Ina Fried speaks with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer about what he thinks of the device, and how he sees other competitors in the market.
October 19, 2007, 12:00pm PDT
Microsoft CEO and Chairman Bill Gates sat down with CNET News.com's Ina Fried to discuss how Unified Communications software will finally modernize the business phone. Now if you want to reach people, you can just click and see if and how they're available, whether via phone, e-mail or instant message.
October 18, 2007, 1:07pm PDT | 4 | Latest comment by ConQuer0r
TechRepublic's friendly neighborhood Trivia Geek (AKA Jay Garmon, the guy in the Superman t-shirt) makes his world video debut with a quick rundown of all the nerd-worthy activities to keep you occupied over the upcoming Geekend. Hey, it beats working for the next three minutes.
October 18, 2007, 9:21am PDT | 4 | Latest comment by dawgit
In the coming years, the conference table will be a computer, the whiteboard will be a computer, says Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates. He sits down with CNET News.com's Ina Fried to discuss what he sees as the future of tech.
October 17, 2007, 12:00pm PDT
Look out, iPhone. Nokia's latest handheld Internet access device browses the Web, runs Flash and has GPS. It'll sell for $479 when it comes out in November. The downside: it has no cellular modem built in, so you have to use Wi-Fi or reach the Net via a Bluetooth link to your phone. Webware's Rafe Needleman takes a look.
October 17, 2007, 6:06am PDT
At the Solar Decathlon competition in Washington, D.C., Carnegie Mellon University student Emma Davison describes her school's modular home, its creative use of lighting, and the nature-inspired art installation in its garden.
October 16, 2007, 9:17am PDT
The Solar Decathlon, a competition among 20 universities to build the best solar-powered house, opened last week at the National Mall in Washington. CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica talks with students, government officials and advisers about the market viability of solar energy, as well as the secrets to winning.
October 15, 2007, 11:11am PDT | 3 | Latest comment by Tony Hopkinson
Charlie Gay, general manager of Applied Materials' solar business, speaks to CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica about solar industry dynamics at the Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C. Gay, who has worked in the business for over 30 years, says large-scale manufacturing will bring down the price of solar electricity. Investments will result in incremental improvements in panel efficiency, rather than huge technology breakthroughs, he says.
October 15, 2007, 10:44am PDT
Students spend months working on houses powered entirely by the sun for the Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C., which opened to the public last week. Speaking with CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica, architecture student Matt Weaver shows off the home entered by a team from the University of Texas, Austin. One key feature: a hot tub that absorbs excess Texas heat.
October 15, 2007, 10:29am PDT
Santa Clara University student Yasemin Kimyacioglu talks to Martin LaMonica from CNET News.com about the green features of the Mission style home her university entered into the Solar Decathlon in Washington D.C., a competition to build the best solar-powered house. It's the university's first entrance into the competition.
October 11, 2007, 10:23am PDT
After cracking open Apple's iPhone and exploring the device's internal components, TechRepublicâ€™s cracking open guru, Bill Detwiler, shows off the reassembled and fully functional iPhone.
October 10, 2007, 2:04pm PDT
After waiting in line, spending $600, signing a two-year AT&T contract, and activating the iPhone, we decided that the next sensible action was to take the thing apart -- in classic TechRepublic Cracking Open style. In addition to our extensive photo gallery, we filmed three video clips in which TechRepublicâ€™s cracking open guru, Bill Detwiler, explains why and how we disassembled the iPhone. During this second clip, Bill explores the components inside our dissected iPhone.
October 10, 2007, 10:29am PDT
After waiting in line, spending $600, signing a two-year AT&T contract, and activating the iPhone, we decided that the next sensible action was to take the thing apart -- in classic TechRepublic Cracking Open style. In addition to our extensive photo gallery, we filmed three video clips in which TechRepublicâ€™s cracking open guru, Bill Detwiler, explains why and how we disassembled the iPhone. During this first clip, Bill explains the difficult process of opening the iPhone's case.
October 9, 2007, 4:00pm PDT | 1
Think CES is the ultimate consumer electronics show? Think again. Japan's Ceatec just wrapped up, and CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos brought back footage of some of the best tech we've yet to see in the U.S. Take a look at what's on the horizon.
October 4, 2007, 12:00pm PDT | 1
The AT&T Tilt promises to be the carrier's most powerful smart phone for business users with its full range of wireless options, Windows Mobile 6, and innovative tilt screen. CNET's Bonnie Cha looks at the device in this First Look.