Gates' comments about the $100 PC project at MIT gets a strong reaction from reporters and editors Michael Kanellos, Mike Yamamoto, Tom Krazit and Mike Ricciuti.\r\n
Kari Dean McCarthy interviews editors and reporters Charlie Cooper, Harry Fuller, Declan McCullagh about how the technology industry's biggest players have shifted from avoidance to assertion in Washington's lobbyist game.\r\n
News.com editor Kari Dean McCarthy interviews reporters Tom Krazit, Ina Fried, and Joris Evers about the cause and effects of the software maker's decision to delay its next operating system.\r\n
Extreme crafting, the future of making, how to make money with open-source hardware kits, and much more.
An unscientific poll of News.com readers shows that Windows Mobile is king of the smartphone, but only for now as anticipation builds for a 3G iPhone.
There's lots of reasons why Mac users are so passionate about their white boxes, ranging from style to usefulness to the simple desire to be different.
Beyond all the glitz, gadgets and gizmos, who were the big winners and big losers at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo? Join Charlie Cooper, Jim Kerstetter, Ina Fried and Daniel Terdiman to learn the inside story during this week's CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
Viacom grapples with corporate bully persona; Gmail blocks annoying spam; and Hans Reiser's murder mystery may finally be resolved.
AOL raises its subscription fees; more details on the upcoming iPhone 2; and look out, Californians. The CHP is on the lookout for people breaking the new hands-free cell phone law.
iTunes' new competitors, and Windows XP takes its final bow.