Consumer Electronics Show Roundup

Want to know what gizmos, gadgets and great ideas will be going down a storm at this year's CES in Las Vegas?

From high-technology you can use with your beloved car to home networking that lets you sidestep the Bluetooth issue and PC makers looking to move in on the handheld device market, make sure you let ZDNet keep you informed of the latest consumer electronic trends: NEWS:
It's Sony's turn to offer a Web appliance
Mon, 08 Jan 2001 Say hello to the the $500 eVilla -- the latest attempt to convert non-Net users. CES gets curiouser and curiouser
Mon, 08 Jan 2001 Go bushwhacking at CES and you'll discover high-tech items few of the big-name manufacturers ever would have thought of making Gates keynote: Xbox unveiled
Mon, 08 Jan 2001 Amid much pomp and fanfare in Vegas, Microsoft's chairman takes the wraps off the long-awaited game platform Car phone, meet Palm
Fri, 05 Jan 2001 Connect your mobile phone and your Palm handheld while you're behind the wheel? Here's one new idea you'll see at CES Home networking gets a jump start from new tech
Fri, 05 Jan 2001 Home networking gets a jump start from new tech PC giants to grab spotlight at electronics show
Thu, 04 Jan 2001 Computer Goliaths are experimenting with mobile technology and handheld devices CES Dispatches
John Dvorak went to went to this year's CES show with a digital camera to see what was new and unusual. Go on a virtual tour of the show with John.
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