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Subject: General Tech | May 15, 2008 - 08:44 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
In other news, Hanna Montana thinks computers should all be mauve and smell nice.
Tech news may be changing for a lot of people, as CNET just got bought by CBS. There is probably a small chance that CNET might still cover at least some IT related news, but Slashdot's cynics probably have this one right. CNET may not have been the best source of news for techies, but it did do a good job of aggregating a lot of disparate stories for the time-challenged geek.
"According to an announcement made today by Neil Ashe, CEO of CNET Networks, CBS has acquired CNET Networks. "Today,
CNET Networks announced that it has been acquired by US media company CBS, in a deal valued at $1.8bn. The agreement
represents an important strategic step for both companies and should be completed by the third quarter of 2008." So
guess we'll be seeing The Late Show with Dan Ackerman, Molly Wood in Hollywood and CSISpot."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- CoolIT Systems - Interview @
- Intel carves up
the world into seven categories @ The Inquirer
tells AMD desktop users to sit tight on SP3 @ The Inquirer
- Ars Book Review: "The
- Samsung ML-1630 @ Overclockers
- Dust-Off Keyboard
Quiver LAN Party Travel Bag @ Futurelooks
- OS X
Gains U.S. Army As A Customer @ OSWeekly
- Worst Hardware For Your Linux Desktop @
- Why Today's OSes and Their Apps Suck @ CoolTechZone
- ASUS Shows Faith in Splashtop
- Music Services
Compared @ Digital Trends
- Old Printer Tips: Convert, Network-Enable or Go Wireless @ PC Mechanic
- Battleforge Interview: Volker Wertich @ bit-tech
- Naked Pico Challenge - Win an ARTiGO
Builder Kit @ VIA Arena
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