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Bill Gates interviewed on CBS' 60 Minutes discusses his plans to eradicate diseases and his friendship with the late Steve Jobs.
CES On The Hill’ with TWICE Editor in Chief Steve Smith and guest CEA President Gary Shapiro. With a special look at products from LG Electronics, Voxx, Dish, Livio and many others.
On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne founded Apple Computer and last August, Apple became the most profitable company of all time on Wall Street.
The second in a series of video snapshots from Steinway Lyngdorf designed to explain the art—and the science—behind the company's audio products and technologies. Leif Schumucker, CMO, global sales and marketing explains the perfect room set up for a Steinway Lyngdorf system.
Steinway Lyngdorf has launched the first in a series of video snapshots designed to explain the art—and the science—behind the company's audio products and technologies. First up is company CEO Thomas Birkelund.
Mozilla’s fledgling Firefox OS is “still at the crawl stage”, despite strong support from a raft of operators and handset vendors, Gary Kovacs, CEO of the company, told Mobile World Live in an exclusive video interview.
Panasonic has released a promotional video to illustrate some the potential of its “4K Tablet” that was introduced for the first time at CES2013.
It’s a 20-inch Windows-based tablet with 4K resolution ISP-alpha screen and attached digital pen.
Toshiba testers attempt to see if the Portege Ultrabook is car wash proof.
From the Huffington Post:
Nearly a half-century before working from home landed its own acronym ("WFH"), Walter Cronkite envisioned a world in which "we may not have to go to work, the work would come to us."
A video from the 1960's that recently surfaced on Reddit shows the legendary anchorman, known as "the most trusted man in America," touring a "21st century home office."
Tom Campbell, a corporate director with Video & Audio Center of Santa Monica, gave TV station KTLA the run down on how to buy a TV before the big game.