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Week in pictures: Roadsters of the future

roundup Motor show unveils shape of cars to come. Also: Nature's design, Apple's latest, more toys for shutterbugs.

Motor show unveils the shape of cars to come. Also: Nature's design, Apple's latest, and more toys for shutterbugs.

The Acabion rides on two large wheels and claims to be able to reach 280 mph while using just half its power. March 2, 2006

At the Geneva auto show, carmakers flaunt jet fighter designs and lots of horsepower. March 1, 2006

Inspired by spirals found in nature, inventor believes the form could lead to breakthroughs in many fields. March 1, 2006

Jobs and Co. release a Mac Mini with Intel inside, along with an iPod boom box. February 28, 2006

Volunteers help emerging nations get up-to-date technology that changes lives. February 28, 2006

TiVo announces technology that allows parents to control what their kids watch via the company's DVR service. March 2, 2006

New cameras for professionals, amateurs and even eBay sellers debut at the Photo Marketing Association show. February 27, 2006

Sony Ericsson unveils six new camera phones and new Bluetooth handsets. February 28, 2006

"Copyright Criminals" documentary co-director Kembrew McLeod shown in his office at the University of Iowa. February 27, 2006

Burning Man vets camp out in Pearlington, Miss., where they are helping with the town's reconstruction. March 1, 2006

chart The tech juggernaut has lured some of the best and brightest over the past two years. Here's a look at who they are and why they came. February 27, 2006

Six versions of Vista

chart Microsoft has decided to offer six distinct versions of the Windows update. Here they are from simplest to most tricked-out. February 27, 2006

chart PC support services and prices vary depending on need and provider. Here's how they stack up. March 1, 2006