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Week in pictures: E3 mania

roundup Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo offer game aficionados a taste of next-gen game consoles at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Also: Netscape browser takes aim at phishing.

Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo offer game aficionados a taste of next-gen game consoles at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Also: Netscape browser takes aim at phishing.

Waiting for some fun

Live from the E3 floor

Bright lights, flashy booths bursting with consoles greet crowds at annual game expo
May 19, 2005

PlayStation 3

PlayStation 3 unmasked

It's sleek, speedy and comes in three colors. But how does Sony's new console compare with the Xbox 360?
May 17, 2005

Nintendo's Revolution

Talking 'bout a Revolution

Nintendo jumps into console fray, offering details of its Revolution and an even smaller Game Boy.
May 17, 2005

A peek at PS3 games

A peek at PS3 games

Trailers shown at confab feature race cars, fighters and a multicolored demon creature.
May 17, 2005

Netscape's new browser

Netscape aims to 'sizzle' with security

Among the new browser's features are icons that label sites as trusted or insecure. Also: A cornucopia of search options.
May 19, 2005

Reporters' demo

A tale of two demos

As execs watch previews of upcoming Xbox 360 games, a telecast shown to reporters in an adjacent room is suspended.
May 19, 2005

PalmOne's LifeDrive

Breathing life into handhelds

PalmOne hopes its new device will expand handheld into a repository for all manner of digital media.
May 17, 2005

Sony's HDR-HC1

Half-pint handheld

Sony presents its newest--and smallest--HD camcorder, which is about half the size of its predecessor.
May 17, 2005

previous coverage

Xbox 360

Xbox's coming-out party

No more speculation needed, game fans. Microsoft is officially showing off the Xbox 360.
May 12, 2005