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Week in pictures: Tech designs new and old

roundup Toymakers dig tech, start-up revs flying car, and ENIAC anniversary sparks nostalgia.

Toymakers dig tech, start-up revs flying car, and ENIAC anniversary sparks nostalgia.

Forget the airborne jalopy in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang." This start-up, with a strong dose of MIT smarts, means business. February 16, 2006

International Toy Fair attendees are likely to be overwhelmed by plethora of robots, music devices and digital dolls. February 16, 2006

Crafting machines that are resilient, powerful and cheap enough has proven to be no easy task. February 15, 2006

ENIAC at work

The machine didn't debut until February 1946, after the war, but it sparked the computer revolution. February 13, 2006

One "World of Warcraft" guild includes technology executives, venture capitalists and some very well-known bloggers. February 15, 2006

Sometimes, love that sparks in the virtual world spills over into real life. February 14, 2006

Steven Squyres, a scientist for the Mars Exploration project, shows photos of the expedition to RSA attendees. February 16, 2006

Dancers take the stage to interpret the theme of this year's RSA Conference: ancient Vedic mathematics. February 14, 2006

Robert Mueller speaks to attendees of the RSA Conference 2006 in San Jose, Calif. February 16, 2006

The two execs speak onstage during RSA, urging business leaders to protect the digital economy. February 15, 2006

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks during his keynote address at the 15th annual RSA Conference in San Jose, Calif. February 14, 2006

Technology gives users a better way to manage Internet login names and passwords and lets third parties help with verification. February 14, 2006

Imaginations wander at WonderCon 2006, a comic-book convention held in San Francisco over the weekend. February 13, 2006

Nokia launched three new phone models Monday at the 3GSM wireless conference in Barcelona. February 13, 2006

Chocolate and roses are nice, but they don't do anything. Here are a couple of Valentine's Day gift ideas for the lover who loves technology. February 11, 2006

In his spare time, database consultant Dean Liou builds concept PCs shaped like guitars, hearts and toilets. February 10, 2006

The Sony Ericsson W950 or Walkman phone comes with 4GB of storage and a touch screen for simple navigation. February 15, 2006

For a St. Valentine's Day massacre in San Francisco, participants all brought something fluffy. February 15, 2006

NASA's image of the day shows the launch of Gemini X, part of the Gemini Project and the second U.S. manned space program. February 14, 2006

Google has provided new high-resolution maps inside its Google Earth software program, which offer satellite's-eye view of Olympic venues. February 11, 2006