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Gadget makers go for the gusto

roundup At the Computex show in Taiwan, the spotlight is on diminutive designs and colorful cabinetry.

At the Computex show in Taiwan, the spotlight is on diminutive designs and colorful cabinetry.

Uphill battle for portable video

Sure, watching movies on a mobile gadget might be fun. But is the privilege worth $600?
June 3, 2005

PC mice scamper into new terrain

Well-known peripheral has begun taking to all kinds of new surfaces--and even to the air.
June 2, 2005

Taiwan PC makers woo users with new designs

Manufacturers are retooling their factories to launch new laptops and PDAs that satisfy growing consumer lust for stylish devices.
June 1, 2005

Photos: Gadget frenzy hits Taipei

Sleek and colorful gizmos for the style-conscious bring Taiwan's Computex computer fair to life.
June 1, 2005

Will Intel open Pandora's box with Mac Mini twin?

Chipmaker shows off AOpen prototype in Taiwan; boxes could hit store shelves later this year.
May 31, 2005

AMD unveils dual-core desktop chips

The company says its new chips, which will sell at a premium price, will allow for better performance and lower power consumption.
May 31, 2005

Battery makers juice up for on-the-go boom

As new generation of mobile devices takes over from traditional desk-bound PCs, battery makers eye opportunities.
May 31, 2005

previous coverage

Via touts chip for low-cost notebooks

New C7 processor is said to be small and inexpensive enough to allow for production of light notebooks priced at $800 or less.
May 27, 2005

High-definition radio gears up for reality

Digital form of broadcasting essentially fits into the same spectrum as current analog channel--and may help save broadcast radio.
May 26, 2005

Start-up promotes electric clothes, backpacks

In the future, your coat may be able to make phone calls and your shoes may record the distance you travel.
Photos: A keyboard in your pocket
May 25, 2005