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New technology on display at Demo 2001

The tech industry struggles, but Demo 2001 forges on, exhibiting what may become industry-changing products and software.

There's one thing almost everyone in the tech industry can agree on: The era of the beige PC has given way to the era of the gadget.

This is good timing for Chris Shipley, executive producer of the annual Demo conference. Her trade show is dedicated to new products and services that are predicted to change the technology industry.

Reporter Melissa Francis was in Phoenix to see which products lived up to their billing.

 

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