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CES: Gadgets on the go

Microsoft, Sony and others use the electronics show to pump up the volume of high-tech gear for walkabout listening and computing.

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Philips' 2020 vision: The digital home
Philips CEO Gerard Kleisterlee shares his vision of the digital home in the year 2020 in his keynote address at CES.

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Sprint says stay tuned for 3G
Sprint's CEO outlines the company's plans to provide high-speed wireless data services in the United States by this summer.

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ViewSonic: Size matters
ViewSonic unveils its 36-inch computer monitor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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Philips spins out DVDR recorder
CNET correspondent Melissa Francis checks out the $1,000 Philips DVDR 985 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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Samsung's media center hits home
Samsung enlists the help of TV's "Home Improvement" cast to show off its new home media center at CES.

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Sanyo joins hybrid-gadget craze
Sanyo's Kay Perry unveils the IMT-2000 camera/phone device at CES in Las Vegas.

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Philips launches photo-music gadget
CNET correspondent Melissa Francis talks with Philips Electronics at CES about Photo eXpanium, a new gadget that's part music player, part digital-photo carousel.

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Motorola: Look, no hands!
Motorola's Steve Deutscher unveils a Bluetooth-enabled headset that allows users to make hands-free calls.

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Samsung slings out new portable PC
Mark Neff of Samsung shows off the Nexio S150, a wireless handheld PC, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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Looking into Mira's future
Microsoft President Rick Belluzzo shows how wireless Mira can extend a PC's reach throughout the home.

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Microsoft goes Freestyle
The software giant's Belluzzo demonstrates the company's new Freestyle technology, which can turn a PC running Windows XP into a home entertainment unit.

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Tiny keyboard sets apart Sharp handheld
Sharp Electronics gives CNET correspondent Melissa Francis a first look at its Zaurus SL-5500 handheld computer, which has a color screen and a tiny sliding keyboard and runs on Linux.

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Car tunes go into overdrive
Sony's MEX-1HD, a hard drive CD-receiver for the car, is capable of storing up to 165 hours of music in your dashboard.

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Philips debuts digital "boom box"
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Philips Electronics debuts a "boom box" hi-fi system that is capable of receiving multiple online music services.

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TV viewing gets tiny at CES
Panasonic shows off its latest e-wear product, the SD viewer, which uses an SD memory card that enables consumers to record their favorite TV shows and play them back on a tiny, portable player.