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Week in pictures: More Xbox, 'King Kong' rocks

roundup Xbox 360 lands in Japan--and in Nissan's design plan. Also: King Kong gets game and humanoid robot gets handy.

Xbox 360 lands in Japan--and in Nissan's design plan. Also: King Kong gets game and humanoid robot gets handy.

Microsoft brings its next-generation game console to the home turf of rivals Sony and Nintendo. December 14, 2005

Nissan's plans for its Urge Concept sports car include a built-in Xbox gaming system. December 14, 2005

The Ubisoft game "King Kong" shares the roars with Peter Jackson's film interpretation. December 14, 2005

Honda's humanoid robot is faster than ever and ready to help out around the office. December 13, 2005

The Spiridellis brothers' latest satire takes a look back at a trying year for George Bush. December 15, 2005

Two nearly identical robotic spacecraft are being developed to capture 3D images of the sun and solar wind. December 13, 2005

Apple may have killed it off, but some consumers are still carrying a torch for last year's hot ticket. December 12, 2005

A vibrating chair for game players, the Pyramat PM220 bumps and grinds to the on-screen action from just about any game console. December 15, 2005

Microsoft's next Web browser update aims to make it easier to see the security certification for a site. December 12, 2005

Behind the poker game is a saga of violence and greed told through video, text, audio and "Tombstone Hold 'Em" tournaments. December 15, 2005

The Cyber-shot DSC-R1 has a nimble view screen and can take 10.3-megapixel images. December 12, 2005

The tech giant celebrates the completed restoration of the Palo Alto garage where it all began in 1939. December 10, 2005

Tech companies recover as fires burn at the Buncefield Oil Terminal, northwest of London, following an explosion there on Sunday. December 12, 2005