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CES 2008: Gadgets and glitz in Las Vegas January 11, 2008 special coverage CNET reporters bring you the action from the gadget convention that draws technology's heavy hitters, gadget lovers, and more celebrities each year.
Gates: Curtain call for crystal ball January 7, 2008 In what could be his final CES keynote for a while, Gates shows off gadgets and touts deal with NBC to jointly run Olympic site.
Photos: Gates' last call? Video: Gates' keynote at CES
CES 2007: Gaga for gadgets in Vegas January 11, 2007 International gear watchers, from heavyweights to hobbyists, are converging on Sin City for the massive Consumer Electronics Show.
CES 2007: Computing January 10, 2007 Microsoft prepares to return to Vegas with another round of the tiny computers, and storage makers think big--and small.
It's all about software, says Gates January 7, 2008 Just before his farewell CES keynote speech, Microsoft's chairman reflects on Redmond's rivals and the changing face of Windows. Photos: Gates' last call at CES?
Taking Web video to the TV January 9, 2007 Everyone from Microsoft to Apple to Sling Media wants to help consumers stream downloaded video to their TV screens.
World of Origami still unfolding December 22, 2006 A new round of devices using the Microsoft software will debut at CES, but the minitablet still has a way to go.
Comcast introduces open-cable platform January 8, 2008 If the cable operator's efforts to partner with leading gadget makers are successful, those set-top boxes could be a thing of the past.Photo: Comcast's AnyPlay device
CES 2007: Media players January 10, 2007 Music, games, video, movies: CES brings you countless ways to enjoy your entertainment.
Gates sees a home server in your future January 8, 2007 Microsoft's chairman tells why the average person wants a server and explains why they won't have to be a geek to make it work. Photos: Gates on home servers
CES 2007: Wireless January 8, 2007 Cable and phone companies look to integrate mobile wireless into service packages, and more companies try to eliminate the wires.
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