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Week in pictures: Risque X-rays

roundup Airport body scanners leave little to the imagination. Also: DreamWorks animators bring zoo animals to life, and Yahoo looks to bring about easier photo sharing.

Airport body scanners leave little to the imagination. Also: DreamWorks animators bring zoo animals to life, and Yahoo looks to bring about easier photo sharing.

Probing the inner you

X-rated X-rays?

Homeland Security plans to test machines at airport checkpoints that see through clothing and create a detailed body image.
May 24, 2005

Marty the Zebra, Alex the Lion and Gloria the Hippo

Animation goes animal

Breakthroughs in computing power make for eye-catching effects in DreamWorks' film "Madagascar."
May 23, 2005

Yahoo's PhotoMail beta

Yahoo puts stamp on photo sharing

Web portal's PhotoMail beta will scan photos on a person's hard drive, and drag and drop selections into an e-mail message.
May 26, 2005

Red Bull Cheever cars

Indy 500 goes Wi-Fi

Red Bull Cheever Racing Team and Cisco adapt Wi-Fi gear for cars traveling in excess of 230mph.
May 26, 2005

Samsung's solid-state disk

Samsung's solid-state disk

Company announces a new NAND flash-based disk for PCs that will have a capacity of up to 16GB.
May 23, 2005,

Scooba

Scrub-a-dub robot

iRobot's debut device emulated the vacuum cleaner. The new Scooba aims to make a splash on linoleum.
May 23, 2005

Samsung's slim TV

Samsung's slim TV tech

Company says its OLED technology allows for a 40-inch television that's only 3 centimeters thick.
May 23, 2005

Keyboard in your pocket

A keyboard in your pocket

The fabric keyboard from Eleksen is flexible, comes in several different colors and rolls up.
May 25, 2005

Nokia 770 Internet Tablet

Nokia's mini-tablet to go

New Web-browsing device has a 4-inch horizontal touch screen with zoom capabilities and an on-screen keyboard.
May 25, 2005

Computer-generated image of Sea Orbiter

Sealab 2005

The floating Sea Orbiter is expected to follow ocean currents and keep tabs on sea life and climates.
May 25, 2005

Computerized checkmate

Computerized checkmate

U.K. chess grand master Michael Adams is gearing up for a June match against computer chess program Hydra.
May 25, 2005

Das Keyboard

Keyboard, meet minimalism

Will using a keyboard that has blank keys make you a better typist? For $79.95, you can find out.
May 25, 2005

Bodybugg

Wearable weight-loss gadget

New Web-browsing device has a 4-inch horizontal touch screen with zoom capabilities and an on-screen keyboard.
May 25, 2005

Chictec Expo

China hosts hot-tech expo

Companies from Yahoo to Samsung to Mercedes show off their latest gadgets at the Chictec Expo in Beijing.
May 23, 2005