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Business phone flips its lid

The Motorola MPX is a true business phone for the overachiever. It offers a dual-hinged display, QUERTY keyboard, Windows Mobile, GMS and GPRS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a 1.2 megapixel camera. CNET Editor in Chief Patrick Houston and Motorola's Monica Rohleder take a look.

published January 26, 2005 by


Sonoma makes a splash

The new mobile-technology platform includes the Pentium M Dothan processor and other technologies that aim to make mobile computing easy and faster for anyone looking to move away from their desk. Correspondent James Hilliard spoke with Intel's Mooly Eden about the Sonoma launch and where wireless computing is headed.

published January 20, 2005 by


Doing the iPod shuffle

Preparing to jostle with the throng of competitors offering flash-based music players, Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the new iPod Shuffle at Macworld Expo in San Francisco. It will be available at two price-points and sizes - 512MB for $99 and 1G for $149.

published January 11, 2005 by


HP's media hub sneak peek

This fall, Hewlett-Packard will release a media hub that promises consumers a simpler digital living-room experience. CEO Carly Fiorina gave attendees of her 2005 CES keynote address a preview.

published January 10, 2005 by


Bloopers bedevil Gates at CES

At the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft ChairmanBill Gates ran into more than his share of problems. Here's a look at afew clips from his keynote address, which underscores the theory that ifsomething can go wrong, it will.

published January 7, 2005 by


Is it a phone or a camera?

The first U.S. phone to offer a 1.3-megapixel camera is set for release by Sony Ericsson in time for the holidays. CNET Editor in Chief Patrick Houston asks Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications' Suzanne Cross if the S710a's improved camera functionality comes at the expense of phone quality.

published December 16, 2004 by


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