At E3, new devices add mobility and excitement to the next generation of games.
Not all companies showing at E3 have compensated for the new booth babe rules requiring women to cover their midsections.
Few games get the crowd at E3 too fired up, but there's plenty to like nonetheless.
People call "Donkey Kong" creator Shigeru Miyamoto the "Spielberg of games."
Casual games like "Zuma" and "Bejeweled" are helping the game indusrty reach a demographic that was previously largely untapped.
Prettier, more powerful and more affordable than ever, solar panels are popping up all over central California subdivisions.
Visitors get an eyeful of future games and consoles, and a chance to try them out.
Wipro Chairman Azim Premji chats with Stanford University's Rafiq Dossani at future-trends conference.
L.A. exhibition showcases excellence in video game art.
The new version of Windows Media Player is streamlined, visually engaging and meshes well with Urge, MTV's new music service.
Start-up Doppelganger has launched a virtual nightclub called The Lounge.
Michael Dell shows off the Latitude D420 at the Future in Review conference.
Advanced Micro Devices' next-generation core is designed to maintain its lead over Intel.
Apple calls its new 13-inch MacBook "the world's most advanced consumer notebook."
Sony has announced a fully functioning pocket-size PC and a Blu-ray-enabled notebook available for sale this summer.
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