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Week in pictures: Talking chips and chat

roundup Intel's confab looks ahead to newfangled PCs and low-power chips. Also: Google makes waves with chat, desktop moves.

Intel's confab looks ahead to newfangled PCs and low-power chips. Also: Google makes waves with chat, desktop moves.

Prototype

The chipmaker's latest lineup includes an array of processors intended for small and sleek systems.
August 23, 2005

Talk of the town

New Google Talk service blends old-fashioned IM with a twist of Internet telephony.
August 24, 2005

Google moves onto the desktop

The search giant offers a personalized view of the news and a quick search of your hard drive.
August 22, 2005

Airborne laser weapons

If the Air Force gets its way, combat planes could soon be firing lasers instead of missiles.
August 25, 2005

Sirius S50

Device can play live broadcasts from satellite radio, record such content, and upload MP3 files from a PC.
August 25, 2005

iTunes phone inches closer

Motorola is one step closer to launching its long-awaited iTunes phone.
August 22, 2005

A look beneath the Earth

Subsurface imaging technology from geoscientists helps soldiers determine immediate threats.
August 22, 2005

Solarscope

The Solarscope is a sophisticated viewing apparatus for observing a total eclipse of the sun.
August 22, 2005

Hitching a ride

Shuttle Discovery takes a cross-country ride atop a jumbo jet to its home at the Kennedy Space Center.
August 22, 2005

Canon PowerShot S80

An extensive fall lineup includes a professional shooter with 12.8-megapixel resolution.
August 22, 2005

Solar-wind blast

A pair of plasma bubbles ejected from the sun head toward Earth.
August 24, 2005

Tracking body heat

The tragic death of San Francisco 49er Thomas Herrion has caused NFL teams to take a pill that monitors body heat.
August 24, 2005

One big TV

The company is readying a 65-inch, high-definition plasma screen--for the Japanese market.
August 25, 2005

Robert Moog

Robert Moog's synthesizer innovations provided the early soundtrack for an electronic generation.
August 22, 2005