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Week in pictures: Macworld stars, awesome cars

roundup Apple fans at Macworld Expo find iPod, iMac offerings delicious. Also: Cool cars, ugly DVD players.

Apple fans at Macworld Expo find iPod, iMac and other offerings golden and delicious. Also: Cool cars, ugly DVD players.

More and more companies are jumping onto the accessory bandwagon. January 13, 2006

Apple CEO Steve Jobs takes the stage at Macworld Expo 2006. January 10, 2006

A bird's-eye look at the Macworld Expo show floor in San Francisco. January 10, 2006

Booths and banners are carefully hidden before the show. January 9, 2006

The Performer, invented by Neil Skinn, hears strings that are off-pitch--and can do something about it. January 11, 2006

The Mac software is seen as a rival to Apple Computer's professional photo program. January 9, 2006

Designers of three sporty new cars drive home with EyesOn awards at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. January 11, 2006

A tribute to a legendary Lamborghini and a luxury Lexus heat up the North American International Auto Show. January 10, 2006

At the 2006 International Auto Show, carmakers show off rolling living rooms with built-in iPods, Xboxes or DVD players. January 9, 2006

Panasonic's Blu-ray player looks like "2001: A Space Odyssey" prop. HP's HD DVD player mimics old dual-cassette deck. January 9, 2006

The French automaker unveils the 57-liter Genepac, but don't expect it in a subcompact anytime soon. January 10, 2006

New York's taxis don't have to be retrofitted sedans from Detroit. They might even be designed for the passenger's benefit. January 11, 2006

Josh Tickell promotes biodiesel through books and a backyard equipped to make the alternative fuel. January 10, 2006

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CES 2006: Photos and videos

Scenes from the gadgets bonanza in Las Vegas. January 6, 2006

Drug maker releases details of high-tech plan to ensure its most frequently counterfeited product is the real thing. January 6, 2006