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Week in pictures: Gadgets on the go

roundup Sony, Nintendo spice things up with Walkman Beans and Game Boy Micro offerings. Also: High-tech sketchers, gung-ho gadgets, and games galore.

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Sony, Nintendo spice things up with Walkman Beans and Game Boy Micro offerings. Also: High-tech sketchers, gung-ho gadgets, and games galore.

Walkman Bean music player

The company's latest Walkman music player is shaped like a bean to fit in the palm of your hand.
August 18, 2005

Game Boy Micro

Nintendo hopes to draw women and casual game players with the compact and stylish Micro, out in September.
August 18, 2005

Checking out Nintendo's Game Boy Micro

The game industry hasn't wowed people in Germany--but exhibitors at a major conference opening this week in Leipzig hope to change that.
August 18, 2005

Sketching away

Pixar artist Enrico Casarosa fills his off-hours with work on a pet project called SketchCrawl.
Images: Sketching away
August 17, 2005

Black box

Today's black boxes are designed to survive the fiery temperatures and intense pressures of a crash.
August 18, 2005

Throwbot

One Army unit aims to get gear to soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan quickly and at low cost.
August 15, 2005

SU-30MK fighter

At an air show outside Moscow, the Russian aerospace industry shows off a snub-nosed spacecraft.
August 16, 2005

Patriotic pigeon

With a pigeon-powered film, Vanguard Animation aims to rewrite movie-making rules--and slash costs.
August 15, 2005

Cordless Desktop MX 5000

Peripheral maker unveils four new mouse-and-keyboard combinations.
August 16, 2005

A roll of Aspen aerogel

What do oil platforms and snowboard jackets have in common? Some serious high-tech insulation.
August 16, 2005

Microserv

A wireless Internet provider in Idaho claims that it has beaten a record recently set at the Defcon Wifi Shootout Contest.
August 16, 2005

Checking out e-waste in a Chinese scrapyard

Greenpeace issues a report detailing potentially toxic wastes in massive overseas junkyards of tech gear.
August 17, 2005
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