Former PC World magazine editor Harry McCracken plans to launch the tech news site later this summer in conjunction with John Battelle's advertising start-up.
Harry McCracken kicks off his new blog on CNET, called Challengers, where he'll ponder which new technologies have a shot at success--and which are doomed to fail.
Tech journalist and blogger Harry McCracken thinks that devices that "are not traditional PCs" were a big deal at CES.
Live from 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, Rafe is joined by Rob Enderle, Jim Louderback, and Harry McCracken to discuss the major tech trends and products for the coming year.
Videos of toddlers using the iPad are popping up on YouTube, with one popular one showing a particular adept 2-year-old, Bridger Wilson, navigating Apple's slate with disconcerting ease.
Robert Scoble and Microsoftie-turned-Googler Don Dodge discuss Redmond's future with CNET's Ina Fried and Rafe Needleman. Also, Technologizer has more on what Microsoft needs to do with Windows.
Microsoft posted a warning on Friday that some copy-protected files may now be inaccessible from Office 2003.
2010 will probably see new tablet computers from Apple and maybe even Microsoft. What do they know that our panel does not? Featuring Ryan Block and Harry McCracken.
From Microsoft to MC Hammer, upstarts keep trying to chip away at Google's search dominance. Join us to discuss this with Paul Sloan and Harry McCracken of CNET News and Jim Lanzone, president of CBS Interactive and former CEO of Ask.com.
Samsung is facing a backlash in the US over the use of actors in its promo clips for the new Galaxy Tab, and its claim that the newest model is slimmer than Apple's iPad 2.