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Week in pictures: All things Apple

roundup Mac insiders converge on San Francisco for company's annual Worldwide Developer Conference. Also: Earth-friendly cars, waltzing robots and a mysterious moon.

Mac insiders converge on San Francisco for company's annual Worldwide Developer Conference. Also: Earth-friendly cars, waltzing robots and a mysterious moon.

Spotlight on Apple

All things Apple

Mac insiders converge on San Francisco for company's annual Worldwide Developer Conference.
June 6, 2005

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer holds up the new ThinkPad X41

ThinkPad meets tablet

New X41 device is the first to come from Lenovo after its takeover of IBM's PC unit.
June 6, 2005

Windows XP N

N means 'no'

With the new Windows XP N, Microsoft offers its operating system without a bundled media player.
June 8, 2005

Earth-friendly cars

Earth-friendly cars

At U.N. World Environment Day 2005 in San Francisco, carmakers show off fuel cell-powered vehicles and more.
June 9, 2005

Ballroom dance robot

Robo two-step

Robots that dance, drum and taste show off at Prototype Robot Exhibition at Aichi World Expo in Japan.
June 9, 2005

Neocortex

Brain quest

IBM sells a multimillion-dollar model of its new Blue Gene/L supercomputer to simulate the workings of the human brain.
June 6, 2005

PlasmaSync 61XR3

High-definition simulators

Screens like NEC's PlasmaSync 61XR3 will be able to create high-definition quality out of non-HD sources.
June 8, 2005

M-Systems' 256MB smart drive

How smart is that drive?

USB vendors met in San Jose, Calif, on Tuesday to discuss the merits of turning a flash drive into a smart drive.
June 7, 2005

A view of Titan, the largest of Saturn's many moons

The Cassini-Huygens space probe upends another solar system mystery.
June 9, 2005