CNET News Daily Podcast: Did we just witness Web 2.0's high water mark?

Digg this: Expansion's on the way; T-1 enters the Android fray; Raiders meltdown: The whole world is watching.

Charles Cooper
Charles Cooper Former Executive Editor / News
Charles Cooper was an executive editor at CNET News. He has covered technology and business for more than 25 years, working at CBSNews.com, the Associated Press, Computer & Software News, Computer Shopper, PC Week, and ZDNet.

Digg has raised another round of funding--no mean feat in this economy. But not everyone in the Web 2.0 crowd has had such luck. Webware editor in chief Rafe Needleman explains why there are new clouds hovering over a market that has enjoyed a remarkable run.

The Android software developer kit will allow programmers to create applications that will run on Android phones, even before T-Mobile starts selling the first Android-powered G1 on October 22.

An Oakland Raiders executive went ballistic in front of a room full of reporters--well, no big deal about that. It happens all the time in sports. But wait, we're in the Internet world where EVERYONE is watching.

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Today's stories:

Oracle and Intel jump on a cloud

Ning closes in on 500,000 users

Google releases final Android programming kit

Cisco ramps up collaboration software portfolio

Senator warns of DTV-transition 'crisis'

Digg raises $28.7 million in Series C round

'Mad Men' star leads Yahoo's pitch to Madison Avenue