The massive IT trade show in Germany makes room for the latest in high-tech gear, including Microsoft's new handheld design.
CeBIT organizers blamed wintery weather for a 6 percent drop in the number of people attending the week-long fair, now in its 20th year. March 15, 2006
photos HD displays at the tech show come in all sizes. Plus: New designs on portable technology. March 13, 2006
With version 5.0, the software maker takes aim at small-scale operations and puts a premium on flexibility. March 13, 2006
A demo of the Cell blade server uses visualization software to display real-time, 3D video footage of a beating heart. March 10, 2006
What do you give someone who's got everything? How about a 1GB diamond-encrusted memory stick? March 10, 2006
Notebooks with Nvidia's technology can now handle two graphics chips, and desktops up to four. March 10, 2006
blog Technology scans your measurements and lets you see on a projection screen how a piece will look. March 10, 2006
At CeBit, Samsung, Asus and Founder deliver minitablets, though early models seem to have poor battery life. March 9, 2006
Microsoft's vision of a cheap, pocket-size minitablet remains an elusive goal. Will buyers wait for the next generation? March 9, 2006
Company is the last of the top five handset vendors to enter the volume segment of the handset market. March 9, 2006
Company is the second high-profile Blu-ray supporter after Hewlett-Packard to change position in the format battle. March 8, 2006
Cell phones with preinstalled Google software will allow searches for local information. March 8, 2006
Europe cannot wait until 2012, when sufficient radio spectrum will become available, commissioner says. March 8, 2006
Laptop is first high-definition computer with an HD DVD optical drive for the new generation of DVDs. March 7, 2006
Company is hoping the device, which can hold more songs than an iPod Nano, will take off with music fans. March 7, 2006
Technology industry gathers in Germany to launch the very latest products, unveil corporate strategies and debate the future of tech. March 6, 2006
Origami handheld devices
New category of mobile PCs blends lightweight hardware designs with Windows functionality.
Around 6,300 companies from 70 countries present their latest novelties, from game gear to a fabric keyboard.
Store of the future
Metro Group shows off the technology that will transform the grocery stores of tomorrow.
A walk on the weird side
Grass-covered ICBMs? A new Sun teleportation device? Take a look at some of the more offbeat finds at CeBit.
BenQ cell phones
Company shows off six new multimedia handsets, taking its number of new models this year so far to 12.
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