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At the AlwaysOn Innovation Summit, making your cell minutes go further, bringing HD to the iPod and more.

At Stanford University's AlwaysOn Innovation Summit, companies tout ways to make your cell minutes go further (and farther), bring high-definition video to your iPod and more.

Local VoIP numbers, international cell calls

For $1 a week, Rebtel subscribers can use their local mobile-plan minutes toward unlimited calls abroad.
July 27, 2006

Online storage service adding a terabyte a week

The price of online storage is going down, and people are storing more than ever, storage company Streamload says.
July 27, 2006

blog Yes indeed, says the CEO of a high-end outsourcing firm. Saving money counts, even for secret operations.
July 27, 2006

High-definition video add-on coming to iPod

For $200 bucks or so, you'll be able to watch YouTube clips in high definition on your iPod.
Photos: ATO's iSee 360 video player
July 26, 2006

blog Success equals scrutiny in Silicon Valley. Youthful YouTube CEO Chad Hurley gets a lesson about that equation.
July 26, 2006

video At the AlwaysOn summit, MP3tunes CEO and founder Michael Robertson chats with CNET News.com's Greg Sandoval. Robertson has some advice for his fellow entrepreneurs, including YouTube's Hurley, on running video ads.
July 26, 2006

video Hurley and Robertson, plus executives from Yahoo and Sony, gather at the AlwaysOn summit to speak about the limitations and future of consumer-generated media.
July 26, 2006

blog When it comes to legal downloads, record companies get most of the cash.
July 26, 2006

blog Panelists at the AlwaysOn summit agree that the cutting edge of open-source innovation is now happening in services and shared applications like Flickr, Wikipedia and YouTube.
July 26, 2006

video At the summit, Robertson predicts the addition of ads to YouTube and refers to popular social-networking site MySpace as a "technological nightmare."
July 26, 2006

video Robertson says MP3tunes will let users play their chosen tunes anywhere--car, PC, cell phone or earphones.
July 26, 2006