Podcast Host: David Berlind
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Podcast Location: USA
Website: http://blogs.ZDNet.com/
Episodes: 18
ZDNet's David Berlind brings you no holds barred interviews with tech's top movers and shakers.

Past Shows

09/21/2006 | Download File 20.39 MB -right click to download

In many ways, the banking industry is a victim of its own success when it comes to the two-factor security that's a part of all ATM machines. The allure of being able to get cash out of our bank accounts at any time and at just about any place was and still is too strong for it not to be worth the i

09/21/2006 | Download File 41.49 MB -right click to download

Meet Jas Saini. He's chairman of the Secure Video Processor Alliance -- an alliance whose members are not about to take Apple's incursion into the home entertainment and content multiplexing market lying down. In hopes of giving the cable companies and PVR companies a fighting chance in the war to b

09/21/2006 | Download File 33.59 MB -right click to download

I just got done listening to and recording HP's press conference regarding the news that has come to light in recent weeks -- more specifically, the fact that HP engaged in multiple questionable practices in an effort to uncover the source of leaks from its board room meetings. News.com's coverage o

10/05/2006 | Download File 11.33 MB -right click to download

Launched today, Google is making the rounds talking about it's newest search product: Google CodeSearch. To find out more about it, I interviewed Google product manager Tom Stocky.

10/03/2006 | Download File 18.14 MB -right click to download

Last week, at MIT's Emerging Technologies Conference, I decided to corner Jason Pontin who is not only the editor-in-chief and publisher of MIT's Technology Review Magazine, but he's also the executive producer (for all intents and purposes) of the conference that's held annually in Cambridge, MA. G

10/12/2006 | Download File 14.09 MB -right click to download

For those of you who haven't heard of Nicholas Carr, he's the guy who, back in 2003 (gosh, has it been that long?) published an essay in Harvard Business Review with the title IT Doesn't Matter. There are only a handful of people under a handful of brands that could publish an article of that nature

10/10/2006 | Download File 4.80 MB -right click to download

Ever since I started covering Gartner Symposium/ITxpo (years back), I've been going to the keynotes and the sessions, returning to the press room, and hammering out write-ups of what I heard. No doubt, I'll be doing that today if Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer drops any bombshells during his keynote "M

10/09/2006 | Download File 8.46 MB -right click to download

Just prior to things getting kicked off here at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, I thought I'd rope in some attendees to find out what was on their minds this year and what they were hoping to come away from the conference with. The first person I found who was willing to talk was Carl. Carl is an internal

10/06/2006 | Download File 26.36 MB -right click to download

For companies looking to speed up integration between new and legacy systems (or, just new and new systems), I've seen a lot of products out that there that use Web services standards (namely XML) to (1) give everything that needs to be integrated a common XML interface and (2) provide the graphical

11/06/2006 | Download File 4.11 MB -right click to download

In addition to finding out why attendees were attending Startup Camp and whether or not they were getting anything out of it, ZDNet podcaster James Hilliard also checked in on their satisfaction with the unconference format. Like Mashup Camp, Startup Camp is an unconference that's largely based on t


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