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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brought a bumper harvest of gadgets and goodies to Las Vegas. Here are all of Reg Hardware's CES 2007 stories, brought together for your reading - and viewing; we've included our exclusive video reports - pleasure...

PCs and chips

HP demos touchy-feely, finger-friendly Vista media PC
Dell calls on customers to contribute to carbon-neutral computing
Toshiba demos 'first' HD DVD-R notebook drive
AMD pitches potential SFF PC mobo standard
Windows Vista to connect to Xbox Live
AMD launches PC sticker programme
Intel releases workstation-friendly quad-core Xeons
Sony to bring Flash-only UMPC to US

HD

Sony develops little'n'large OLED TV panels
Toshiba demos 'first' HD DVD-R notebook drive
Warner pitches adhesive to bring HD DVD, Blu-ray Disc together
HD DVD, Blu-ray backers trumpet formats' victory
TDK touts compact Blu-ray Disc format
Samsung unveils second-gen Blu-ray Disc player
Toshiba expands HD DVD player line-up
LG unwraps slick Blu-ray, HD DVD player

Portable media and handhelds

Creative rolls out X-Fi audio booster kit for iPod
Shure readies three-driver in-the-ear 'phones
Griffin to make second-gen iPod Shuffle dockable - universally
Nokia revamps Internet Tablet as 'multimedia computer'
Griffin Evolves wireless speakers
SanDisk readies Wi-Fi music, widescreen video players
Belkin readies iPod music recorder, mixer
Samsung preps ultra-slim music player

Digital media

Sony develops little'n'large OLED TV panels
Sling preps TV show-snippet sharing service
Nokia revamps Internet Tablet as 'multimedia computer'
Flash firm campaigns to connect USB keys to TVs
Sling shows SlingPlayer-for-TV gadget
Sonos adds Windows Media DRM to multi-room music system
Netgear brings media player into HD era

Consoles

Windows Vista to connect to Xbox Live
Xbox 360 to become internet TV
Microsoft previews Halo 3 at CES

Odds 'n' sods

Shure readies three-driver in-the-ear 'phones
Newton preps ExpressCard-sized mouse
Flash firm campaigns to connect USB keys to TVs
Matrox upgrades multi-monitor dongle with DVI ports

Video reports

All of CES - in five minutes!
Bill Gates: a man and his music devices
Honda unleashes stair-climbing 'droid
HP demos touchy-feely, finger-friendly Vista media PC
Windows Vista to connect to Xbox Live
Xbox 360 to become internet telly
Microsoft previews Halo 3 at CES

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