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New York gets its geek on

The DigitalLife show lets Manhattan strut its Silicon Valley stuff, from gadgets to games and more.

The DigitalLife show lets Manhattan strut its Silicon Valley stuff, from gadgets to games and more.

Palm unveils 'friendly' Treo 680

It has its brethren's business software skills, but the new model is clearly aimed at the consumer market.
October 12, 2006

photos The smart phone comes well stocked with image, video and music capabilities, and a traffic mashup tie-in.
October 12, 2006

video CNET's Rich DeMuro takes a spin around the show floor to see cutting-edge technology, games and consumer electronics products.
October 13, 2006

blog ThisNext is very Web 2.0, and not just because of the cute, Flickr-hued interface.
October 12, 2006

Microsoft doesn't want Santa to ignore Vista

Although they'll need to wait for the new Windows, holiday shoppers will find Vista-friendly hardware, software.
October 12, 2006

blog Besides the noise canceling tech, new models also let you record from your CD player.
October 12, 2006

photo Sony builds noise reduction technology into an upcoming model of its flash-based music player.
October 12, 2006

photos Oct. 11 was officially sanctioned by NYC & Company, the city's tourist bureau, as Final Fantasy XII Day.
October 11, 2006

New Yorkers: We're geeks too

As a tech conference comes to town, the Big Apple's cybercrowd lays claim to its own geek credentials.
October 11, 2006

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