CES 2006: Computing
Wondering about Viiv and Duo? Don't just ask CEO Otellini. Ask actors DeVito, Freeman and Hanks. January 5, 2006
Latest Sony Vaio
Get a close look at the super-light laptop from the floor of this year's CES.
During CES keynote, Michael Dell says it's his company's obligation "to take computing to the next level." Photos: Dell overclocks for CES January 5, 2006 newsmaker
Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer tell News.com why Redmond is no pushover--and what they're playing on the Xbox. January 5, 2006
"The press just doesn't like to write about IBM," Microsoft's chairman says, comparing Google's threat to Netscape's. January 5, 2006
First IBM was the tech company behind the Olympics. Then Samsung. Now it's Lenovo's turn. January 4, 2006
The companies decide that giving users access to their desired programs is best achieved with a united front. January 4, 2006
In notebooks, flash memory could soon offer an alternative to bulky, power-hungry disk drives. January 4, 2006 news analysis
Yahoo execs to speak at CES, underscoring tie of consumer electronics, Net markets.
January 4, 2006
Skype announces products to make its free Internet calling service more attractive to the mainstream.
January 3, 2006
The technology will let drivers issue voice commands to search through 160 channels of music, talk radio and other stations. Cornice drives get smaller, beefier January 2, 2006