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Week in pictures: Big appetite for tiny tech

roundupTokyo event showcases newest in nanotech. Also: Apple's iPod Mini line gets a boost in battery life.

Tokyo event showcases newest in nanotech. Also: Apple's iPod Mini line gets a boost in battery life.

Blood-test chip

Photos: New in nanotech

At Nano Tech 2005 in Tokyo, 350 companies from around the globe tout the latest and greatest in the tiny tech.
February 23, 2005

iPod Mini line

Apple boosts juice in iPod Minis

Will a metallic-green music player make your friends green with envy? Apple certainly hopes so.
February 23, 2005

Simple robot

Simple robots take a hike

MIT, Cornell and TU Delft projects are attempting to build simple robots that walk like humans.
February 24, 2005

Shifting glacier

Glacier meltdowns

Before-and-after shots of various Alaskan glaciers reveal dramatic changes that may be linked to global warming.
February 23, 2005

IBM's X3 chipset

IBM's X3 chipset

The X3 is debuting in servers with four Xeon processors but later will be used in designs with as many as 32 chips.
February 25, 2005

Fujitsu's giant server

Fujitsu's giant server

Forthcoming machine will accommodate as many as 64 Itanium 2 processors and run Linux or Windows.
February 24, 2005

iPod case

Gadget cases don't have to be ugly

Fashionistas say you can haul around a lot of electronics and still look good.
February 22, 2005

Sidekick II

Paris Hilton's favorite--Sidekick II

T-Mobile's Sidekick II handheld combines a cell phone, a camera and instant messaging.
February 22, 2005

Bargains at Christie's

Images from computing's history

Rare documents tracing the origins of cyberspace hit the auction block at Christie's--and some go for tens of thousands of dollars.
February 23, 2005

Regaining lost sight

Regaining lost sight

A small camera connected to the optical nerve could help people suffering from deterioration of the retina.
February 23, 2005

Hot-button games

Hot-button games

Tanks, blood, machine guns--some lawmakers and groups say enough is enough when it comes to violence in games.
February 22, 2005

Antiphishing huddle

In an antiphishing huddle

Experts speak on a panel about consumer security at the RSA Conference.
February 22, 2005