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CES 2008: Complete Coverage

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News Round-up The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brought a bumper harvest of gadgets and goodies to Las Vegas. Here are all of Register Hardware's CES 2008 stories, brought together for your reading and viewing pleasure...

CES on Video

MS demos smart-cam phone software
Crucial solid-state drive passes vibrator test
OpenMoko preps Linux phone prototype
Microsoft demos Surface multi-touch user interface
WowWee wheels in Tribot
Guitar Hero gets true air axe
DisplayLink demos multi-monitor USB dongle
WowWee demos FemiSapien robotrix
Eye-Fi pitches camera-friendly memory card with... Wi-Fi
Amiga explains AmigaOS 5 AmigaAnywhere
Lenovo waves around ultra-light sub-laptop
Alienware heads off on a curve with gaming screen design
Exposed! Bill Gates' last day at Microsoft
Samsung shows very skinny telly
Slash, Bill Gates and rock chick trade Guitar Hero licks
Microsoft previews TellMe phone voice control

HD and TV

Panasonic previews monster 150in plasma
Toshiba demos Cell-equipped HDTV
Panasonic unveils web-enabled Plasma TVs
Xbox 360 could back Blu-ray
DisplayPort to incorporate USB
Samsung shows second-gen dual-format HD disc player
Pioneer Project Kuro 'Extreme Contrast' first look
Sony ships 11in OLED TV Stateside
Toshiba launches third-gen HD DVD players
Panasonic preps Blu-ray, iPod-friendly home theatre kit
HD DVD bash knocked on the head

Phones and Handhelds

Sony Ericsson touts talker trio
Toshiba quietly shows fuel-cell fitted UMPC
Samsung rolls out Croix-based F490
Everex targets Eee PC with higher spec mini laptop at same price
LG shows gadget based on next-gen Intel UMPC chip
The cordless phone is reborn for the IM era
Revealed: Skype on Linux-based Intel mobile internet gadgets
Motorola motivates movie makers with mobile
Sony revamps Mylo mobile internet device

PCs and Chips

Revealed: USB 3.0 jacks and sockets
Nvidia plies Hybrid SLI
AMD offers glimpse of DisplayPort enabled 'RV635'
Second-gen Eee PC a CES no-show
AmigaOS 5 surfaces... sort of
Samsung enhances Q1 Ultra UMPC performance

Gadgets and Gizmos

Casio readies launch of 'world's fastest-shooting' digicam
Voltaic solar bag steps up to laptop size
Sensory jacket simulates the speed experience
Ion readies USB-connected VHS player
LG lifts skirt, reveals watchphone
Mk II... er... Tank Chair trundles into CES
Samsung touts tiny HD digital camera
Logitech touts Harmony One remote control
Logitech shows armchair keyboard

Storage

SanDisk unveils 12GB Micro SDHC card
Samsung spins 128GB SSD
Panasonic shows 32GB SDHC at CES

Music

Creative blasts out MP3 players with speakers
MP3 player that's a real shock to the system
Logitech revamps Squeezebox as Duet
Sennheiser to show 'CD quality' wireless 'phones

GPS and sat nav

Sony drives back into sat navs
Pioneer presents first ever 'hybrid' navigation system

Wireless and Networking

Sony beams down wireless data transfer
Linksys ships sleek Wi-Fi routers, ExpressCard
Belkin wireless HDMI box spied at CES
Netgear extends next-gen Wi-Fi into 5GHz band
Netgear preps power-passing powerline adaptor

Odds'n'Sods

Covenant energy sword added to Halo 3 replica arsenal
CES considers move to 'cheaper' city

Pre-CES

Warner Bros gives all its hi-def loving to Blu-ray
Sling unveils 1080i-streaming Slingbox ahead of CES
Asus to show second-gen Eee PC next week
Sony confirms Skype coming to PSP

You can read our complete CES 2007 coverage here

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