Craig Marking, product manager, Toshiba
|ViewSonic's "smart" monitor on display|
David Feldman, product manager, ViewSonic
|Big flat panel commands hefty price|
Jonas Tanenbaum, marketing manager, Samsung
Editors from CNET Reviews and Computer Shopper toy around with new gear to see what stacks up: BenQ's inexpensive digital camera and LCD with speakers that emulate surround sound...iBlast's new service lets gamers download 3GB of games per day...cell phones from Nokia and Sanyo Electric snap pictures and tune into the radio...browser-based remote access for the PC by LapLink...then there's "The Laptop Man."
Fighting for the home
PC makers take on the consumer-electronics industry in the battle for the living room, putting Apple and Microsoft in the unusual position of being on the same side.
Building a bridge between TVs, PCs
The consumer-electronics giant shows off a wireless device designed to let TVs and similar home electronics tap into video and audio stored on PCs.
Editors from CNET Reviews and Computer Shopper find what's hot from the show floor: a featherweight Tablet PC from NEC Solutions America that weighs in at 2.1 pounds...Samsung Electronics' 17-inch LCD monitor that plays DVDs in wide-screen format...an invasion of Windows XP Media Center Entertainment PCs from Alienware...ViewSonic monitors that can roam 100 feet from a PC...and new HP iPaqs sure to suit two breeds.
HP, Dell duke it out in handhelds
The world's two biggest PC sellers set the stage for a holiday showdown in a whole new arena: the PDA market.
RealNetworks hits play for Palm music
Get ready to store and play back music on the newest Palm handheld, thanks to a deal between software company RealNetworks and the device maker.
HP's laptop hits the big screen
A new portable laptop features a 16-inch screen, by far the largest offered by HP to date, for a price that falls far below that of its competitors'.
Wireless: It's the word
Wireless networking, along with devices that take advantage of such connections, will be a dominant theme this year.
iPaqs take high road, low road
Hewlett-Packard plans to debut two iPaqs: A slim, budget model and a double-duty Wi-Fi and Bluetooth model for the high end.
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Sunday, Nov. 17, 7 p.m.|
Bill Gates shares with the crowd his "smart" vision of the digital home.
Video: Gates' keynote
Video: "Smart" objects
The future of the digital home
Monday, Nov. 18, 9 a.m.|
Carly Fiorina talks about the new HP and her hopes for the tech industry.
Video: Fiorina's keynote
"Hopeful for the future" of tech
Monday, Nov. 18, 12 p.m.|
Scott McNealy plans to talk about the state of the troubled IT industry.
Video: McNealy keynote
N1 in need of friends
Tuesday, Nov. 19, 9 a.m.|
Hector Ruiz plans to share some news with the crowd about AMD's latest corporate contract.
Video: Ruiz' keynote
"ClawHammer" gets a name
Tuesday, Nov. 19, 12 p.m.|
Peter Chernin will talk about digital piracy and the threat it poses for the tech industry.
Video: Chernin's keynote
Digital piracy in spotlight
Tuesday, Nov. 19, 3 p.m.|
Brian Halla says the next technology boom is on its way. Are you ready?
Video: Halla's keynote
Predicting an IT boom
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