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Show summary: News Corp's first iPad exclusive newspaper, The Daily, is unveiled in New York City Wednesday morning. It features a fully-fledged newspaper paired with interactive media including videos, 360 degree images, and even a crossword puzzle.
Category: NewsFebruary 2, 2011
Show summary: Reporters' Roundtable The movie about the founding of Facebook has been nearly universally admired, yet you're hard-pressed, when watching it, to actually like any of the characters. Is this the way Facebook actually is? Guests Caroline McCarthy (CNET) and Alexia Tsotsis (TechCrunch) discuss.
Category: Reporters' RoundtableOctober 8, 2010
Show summary: The earthquake in Haiti had an important technological component: Through the text message giving program, the Red Cross raised $26 million in funds in just 9 days. Was this a one-time outpouring of goodwill, or the beginning of a trend in global humanitarianism made possible by technology? To discuss: Guests Caroline McCarthy from CNET News, and Jonathan Aiken, director of media relations for the Red Cross.
Category: Reporters' RoundtableJanuary 22, 2010
Show summary: Awesome or terrifying? CNET's team takes a field trip to the Alameda County, Calif., law enforcement HQ for a demonstration and test drive of Taser International's latest police gadgets.
Category: NewsOctober 24, 2009
Show summary: CNET TV was onsite at the launch of Amazon's new Kindle DX, for which the company has partnered with newspapers, textbook publishers, and universities. The device comes out this summer.
Category: NewsMay 6, 2009
Show summary: Facebook comes up with a new feature it hopes will answer the myriad questions raised about identity and your data on the "open Web." On the CNET News Daily Debrief, Charles Cooper and Caroline McCarthy get into the fine print.
Category: Daily DebriefDecember 1, 2008
Show summary: Balancing a professional life and an online life is especially tough now that everyone has a Facebook, MySpace, or Flickr account-- including your boss. Here's how to master the art of privacy controls, limited profiles, and self-Googling damage control.
Category: Editors' Office HoursSeptember 29, 2008
Show summary: CNET News.com's Caroline McCarthy interviews Lawrence Lessig, Stanford law professor and co-founder of the new Change Congress project, about government corruption then and now.
Category: NewsJune 24, 2008
Show summary: CNET News.com reporter Caroline McCarthy talks with Derek Gottfrid and Nick Thuesen, who developed TimesPeople, a new feed that lets people recommend stories to other readers on 'The New York Times' Web site.
Category: NewsJune 18, 2008
Show summary: CNET News.com Editor in Chief Dan Farber and reporter Caroline McCarthy wrap up the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco and discuss the current Web 2.0 boom and how long it will be sustained.
Category: NewsApril 25, 2008