In a Jefferies and CNET poll, creative pros express more negative than positive views about Adobe’s new service and pricing, but Adobe says they’ll come around. Also: new possibilities with HTML5. [Read more]
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Stormy reception for Adobe’s Creative Cloud
During the first CNET Community Series event, three Silicon Valley investors debated the state of funding today.
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Investors: There’s no Series A crunch, there’s a ‘seed glut’
During the first CNET Community Series event, three Silicon Valley investors debated the state of funding today. The upshot, there’s plenty of money, but too many companies wanting it.
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VC: There’s no Series A crunch, there’s a ‘seed glut’
The marketplace for alternative investments is expected to lay off more than 20 percent of its staff tomorrow, CNET has learned. [Read more]
SecondMarket expected to lay off 20 percent of staff
Join us for our first CNET Community Series, where we’ll be talking all things startups. [Read more]
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Check out tonight’s CNET panel with top Silicon Valley investors
Tony Hawk checks in with CNET’s The 404 to introduce his new YouTube channel, Ride. He’ll also preview his upcoming video game Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD and talk a little about the influence of the original game, and we’ll finish up with details about his upcoming Twitter Hunt on April 23
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The 404 1,020: Where Tony Hawk shows us how to 900 (podcast)
While it’s impossible to account for every conceivable variable when testing a device, having offices around the world affords CNET the unique opportunity to, at the very least, get an idea of how different networks in different countries can affect a device’s performance. We chose the iPad as our first test guinea pig.
iPad testing goes global
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET’s Maggie Reardon helps a reader find the best deal on a Razr Maxx and advises another on buying a “social smartphone.” [Read more]
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Searching for a bargain on the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx
JobPoacher.com has been active for less than two months, but it’s already hosting more than 3,000 profiles of job seekers. A developer in Tijuana, Mexico, hired by a San Francisco startup, is one happy customer. CNET’s Kara Tsuboi reports.
A site where getting poached is the whole point
CNET’s Dong Ngo reviews Western Digital’s My Book Thunderbolt Duo and finds it similar to a previous version in the company’s My Book family, and a decent investment. [Read more]
WD My Book Thunderbolt Duo review: Good but not really a page turner