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Week in pictures: Tiny player a big surprise

roundup Apple's tiny music player makes a big splash. Also: Festival brings high tech to the desert, Microsoft goes ergo, and two silos throw out the welcome mat.

Apple's tiny music player makes a big splash. Also: Festival brings high tech to the desert, Microsoft goes ergo, and two silos throw out the welcome mat.

iPod Nano

Company unveils new iTunes-enabled cell phone, plus the iPod Nano, which can hold 1,000 songs and is about as thick as a No. 2 pencil.
September 7, 2005

Burning Man

Neon tech fires up artwork at the desert festival. And there's plenty of just plain fire.
September 8, 2005

Microsoft's ergo keyboard

Microsoft takes wraps off new crop of peripherals, including an ergonomic keyboard and a laser-based mouse.
September 6, 2005

Silo

Two former silos on Copenhagen's waterfront have been turned into residential towers.
September 8, 2005

Ophelia

Tropical storm Ophelia is off the coast of Florida and threatens to intensify.
September 7, 2005

Internationale Funkausstellung

The Internationale Funkausstellung provides a venue for LCD TVs, digital projectors and more.
September 7, 2005

Readius

Prototype handheld from Philips Polymer Vision has a 5-inch screen that puts a high-tech twist on the medieval scroll.
September 6, 2005

Tempel 1

NASA reveals discoveries made following the July 4 collision between its Deep Impact probe and comet Tempel 1.
September 7, 2005

Solar flare

One of the most powerful solar flares was observed on Wednesday.
September 8, 2005

Motorcycle airbag

Honda's new motorcycle airbag system has sensors that can determine when a crash is happening.
September 8, 2005

Helmet tech

Helmets with internal sensors help trainers and physicians monitor and prevent football injuries.
September 7, 2005

Planetary alignment

Venus, Jupiter and Earth's moon Tuesday night aligned with a promise to "knock your socks off."
September 6, 2005