Gadget harvest

Apple unveils its new ultra-thin G5 iMac, and Logitech readies the first laser mouse. Also: HP's holiday offerings.

Apple unveils its new ultra-thin G5 iMac, and Logitech prepares the first mouse that uses a laser to navigate its environs. Also: HP's iPod and holiday offerings.

BMW puts iPod in driver's seat

You won't even have to take your hands off the steering wheel to use Apple's music player.
September 1, 2004

Laser mouse conquers new surfaces

Logitech's new mouse is as comfortable on opaque glass as it is four-wheeling over rough desk surfaces.
August 31, 2004

Apple puts the squeeze on new iMac

All of the new iMac G5 fits inside what the company calls an "enchanting" flat-screen display.
August 31, 2004

New iMac tries to play it cool

Hot G5 chip requires some serious effort to avoid overheating in all-in-one desktop design.
August 31, 2004

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HP to tempt holiday shoppers with digital lifestyle

PC giant unveils consumer electronics strategy, including iPod music player, high-definition televisions and PCs that record TV shows.
August 27, 2004

HP tips its hand on new iPod

On its Web site, the company reveals the pricing and storage capacity for its clone of Apple's music player.
August 27, 2004

iPod clone to lead HP's consumer push

Friday's product launch will count on music player to deliver cool factor to once-stodgy printer maker, sources say.
August 26, 2004

TVs, media hub products on the way

HP executive promises "very cool" media hardware--with Hollywood-friendly copyright protection built in.
August 23, 2004