| | Fiorina debuts HP-branded iPod
At the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina unveils the HP-branded version of Apple Computer's iPod, simply named Digital Music Player, which is scheduled for release in June.
| | Philips offers wireless home theater-in-a-box
At the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, Brian Cooley finds out how a wireless connection coupled with the latest Streamium flat-screen TV from Philips Electronics gives consumers access to audio, video, and photos from their living room.
| | Philips's quest to ease living-room eyestrain
At CES 2004, Philips introduces CNET's Brian Cooley to AmbiLight, a technology that controls background lighting via remote control and, together with Pixel Plus 2, promises improved flat-screen picture quality.
| | RCA's answer to the iPod
CNET's Patrick Houston takes a look at RCA's updated Lyra Jukebox, a 40GB digital music player that allows you to record FM radio and offers secure music downloads.
| | CES 2004: thin is in
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Thomson unveils a rear-projection TV that's less than 7 inches thick and light enough to hang on a wall.
| | Gates promotes MSN Premium at CES
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates introduces MSN Premium for high-speed users--an enhanced version of the Internet service that features multimedia content and ad-blocking tools.
| | CES 2004 product preview
CNET editors Joni Blecher and Eliot Van Buskirk talk about what to expect at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.