Web 2.0 Summit winds down
After three days, the Web 2.0 Conference has wound down. CNET News.com reporters covered the show in depth.
After three days, the Web 2.0 Conference has wound down. CNET News.com reporters covered the show in depth. These are the latest stories from the Web 2.0 frontier:
Search executive Marissa Mayer says instant video posting made YouTube a winner.
Combining a browser plug-in with hosted Web services, Photosyth creates a 3D navigation through stitched-together photos.
Images: Microsoft's 3D photo album
Live chat for Yahoo Mail users in a couple months will be as easy as opening an e-mail message, company says.
Images: Live chats in Yahoo Mail
Microsoft Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie says with Office 2007 and Vista done, company is at an "interesting juncture."
Amazon CEO defends the retailer's foray into hosted computing services at Web 2.0 Summit.
AOL CEO Jonathan Miller says the portal aims to evolve into something more useful to Web surfers, which is why it bought Relegance.
Co-founders take the stage at Web 2.0 Summit to show off new service that lets people build socializing sites.
Chipmaker teams with SpikeSource and others to launch a package of apps for blogs, wikis and social networking.
For the full Web 2.0 report, including videos, see the News.com roundup page.