Macworld 2002: Photo essay By Jeff Quan January 9, 2002, 4:00 p.m. PT Macworld is expected to draw 80,000 attendees. Checking out the new iMacs is a tactile experience. The new iMac takes center stage at Macworld. How did this Mac fan get past the metal detector? Olympus says watching TV through these glasses is like standing in front of a 62-inch monitor. Bean-bag chairs help attendees sit through yet another demonstration. Latest Headlines display on desktop Macworld 2002: Apple looks to the futureLoral settles in leaked-technology caseAdd-on makers looking for piece of iPieGoing mano a mano with MicrosoftMacworld 2002: Photo essayHP cuts price of DVD recording PCSuSE settlement lets Linux shipVerizon puts off IPOWho wants an MTV PC?Gateway shares plummet on downgradeProfit taking ends tech rallyEchoStar to raise satellite TV ratesVC watch: This week's funding winsBack doors in AIM security tool irk prosCES: HP sees its future in picturesIntel dreams up new uses for XScaleBEA hooks up with Deloitte ConsultingCommentary: Bad news, brighter outlookPlayStation 2 sales double in DecemberThis week's headlines The Lion King remake brings renewed life to a Disney classic: Jon Favreau's version offers incredibly lifelike characters, but at what cost? SDCC, the biggest convention ever, had a very small start: What started as a gathering in a basement has exploded into one of the world's biggest cultural blowouts.