CES Focus: Gadget heaven

Find out what was unwrapped at CES 2002 - one of the biggest consumer electronics shows on the planet - including streamed video of keynotes and products
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Streamed video: Highlights of the top keynote speeches Streamed video: Round-up of the latest CES gadgets DVD formats face off
Friday 11 January: Two groups are striving to make their rewritable DVD format the standard, as prices finally come within reach of consumers Streamed video: Philips spins out DVDR recorder Microsoft aims to simplify wireless world
Wednesday 9 January: Windows CE .Net will run on everything from mobile phones to robots, and will tap into Microsoft's .Net Web services, but critics remain unconvinced Streamed video: Philips' 2020 vision: The digital home Products to watch
Wednesday 9 January: New devices and software are coming out of the woodwork for this week's Consumer Electronics Show Streamed video: ViewSonic unveils 36-inch monitor Streamed video: Philips launches photo-music gadget Streamed video: Samsung shows home media centre Streamed video: Sanyo unveils IMT-2000 camera/phone device Streamed video: Panasonic shows business card-sized AV recorder Streamed video: Plasma screens play big at CES TiVo broadens its programming
Wednesday 9 January: TiVo announces a new set-top box and service alliances, which it hopes will push it to the front of the home entertainment market Fiorina puts industry in the picture about merger
Wednesday 9 January: In her keynote at CES, Carly Fiorina focuses on digital photography rather than HP's proposed merger with Compaq Streamed video: Fiorina sees future in photos Streamed video: Fiorina fends off merger skeptics Samsung chief executive unveils home gadgets
Wednesday 9 January: Korean company shows off wireless handheld, Home Media Center Bluetooth arrives for car, phone, mobile devices
Tuesday 8 January: New products from Motorola, Microsoft, Nokia, TDK and others make the wireless technology more accessible Streamed video: Motorola unveils a hands-free Bluetooth-enabled headset New phones unveiled
Tuesday 8 January: Nokia, Sprint and others show off new phones and phone accessories geared to work on new, higher-speed cell phone networks that may be able to handle more calls Motorola cranks out new power play
Tuesday 8 January: A wind-up generator for mobile phones will soon be a reality thanks to a joint effort by Motorola and Freeplay Real makes a break for the TV
Tuesday 8 January: Real will build its software into new digital home entertainment systems in a bid to move beyond the PC Gates wants Windows XP in your living room
Tuesday 8 January: A new interface aims to turn your PC into a consumer entertainment device Streamed video: Gates reveals Mira image Streamed video: Gates - software is the digital core Name change and new product for Rearden Steel
Tuesday 8 January: New products include the Moxi MC, a set-top box design that includes a modem, hard drive and Firewire ports and runs on a modified Linux operating system Streamed video: Rearden Steel shows its "Moxi" Windows CE .NET launches at CES
Tuesday 8 January: Microsoft will take its .Net Web services strategy into the streets with the new version of its mobile operating system For the latest on everything from DVD standards and MP3s to your rights online, see the Consumer News Section. Have your say instantly, and see what others have said. Click on the TalkBack button and go to the ZDNet news forum. Let the editors know what you think in the Mailroom. And read other letters.
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