The Consumer Electronics Show is on in full force in Las Vegas. Here are just some of Tuesday's highlights from the giant gadget show. For CNET's complete coverage, click here.
--Lots of companies here are touting green design and environmental thinking, though in some cases it seemed more sloganeering than anything very deep.
--The LP2CD includes an all-metal platter, an LCD display, a USB connection, a switchable line/phono audio output, and a front-loading CD player and recorder.
--Service displays a curated list of Internet radio stations, and, over Wi-Fi, streams and records the stations you listen to.
--The Gatekeeper products scan for viruses, spam, and other threats, as well as running a bidirectional firewall.
--Samsung's Home Digital Media Adapter connects to select 2008 Samsung HDTVs and allows you to stream music, movies and photos from networked PCs and directly from the Internet.
--HopeLab is a nonprofit that creates innovative products with a health-improvement target goal, like video game "Re-Mission," which has been shown to improve the attitude and healthy behaviors of teens with cancer.
--Beyond Binary gets driven around by a gadget hound who would make the folks on the show floor proud. He has 20,000 songs on his iPod, thousands of dollars worth of digital camera gear and a watch that acts as a TV remote control.