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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas saw the introduction of a bumper array of gadgets and goodies. Here are all of Register Hardware's ongoing CES 2009 stories, brought together for your reading and viewing pleasure...

Media Players

Hands on with Samsung's touch-controlled P3 media player
Video Czech team demos paperback-sized digital photo album
Video Griffin tunes Touch, iPhone into FM
Sales show SanDisk's SD-not-CD player a hit with punters
Video Swedish musos mix up handheld hard-drive DJ deck
DivX rolls out DivX 7
Video Netgear pitches 'dog's bollocks' digital HD media streamer
iRiver edges in angular photo frame/ web browser/ clock/ pmp
Video Samsung boffins demo transparent OLED screen
Seagate gadget links tellies to external HDDs
Sony gets touchy feely with Walkman X1000
Samsung taps touchscreen phone UI for PMP
Netgear to take on Apple TV next summer

Netbooks and PCs

pureSilicon unveils 1TB solid state drive
Sony shows 'flexi OLED' curvacious concept kit
Asus' angular laptop-of-the-future designs spied
Lenovo shows swish monster multimedia all-in-one
Intel launches convertible 'kid-friendly' netbook
Video Sony Vaio P netbook taken for a spin
Video Lenovo dual-display laptop shows its stripes
OQO Atomises Vista UMPC
Asus demos touchscreen Eee
Sony intros 8in notebook-not-netbook
Asus Eee keyboard opens CES

Gadgets

Hands on with Sony's PRS-700 ebook reader
Video Linux-based gizmo construction kit gets extra bricks
Logitech updates Harmony 1000 to 1100
Edifier intros oh-so-stylish MP3 speaker sets
Video 3M shines light on next-gen micro-projector tech
Video Flying duck toy challenges armchair hunters
Firm pitches 'HD audio' wireless streamer
Video In action: the Powermat wireless gadget charger
Video WowWee demos latest spycam 'droid'
Powermat cuts ties with cabled power
Netgear hooks into HSDPA for on-the-go hotspot gadget

Phones

Video Palm Pré WebOS: video guide
Video D-Link demos double-up display for netbooks, laptops
Stevie Wonder in touchscreen rant
Samsung demos projector phone
Video Nokia N97 touchscreen webphone demo'd
Palm punts wireless Pré charger
Palm to take on iPhone with web 2.0 banana phone
LG confirms 2009 launch for 3G wristphone

Cameras

Sony pitches Webbie HD webcam at YouTubers
Video Polaroid Instamatic reborn into digital era
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G3 browser pumps uploads to the web
Samsung snapper recognises faces, names, shoe sizes...

HD and TV

Video 3M shines light on next-gen micro-projector tech
World's first portable Blu-ray player launches
Panasonic demands 1080p 3D TV 'standard'
Toshiba lets out Cell TV titbits
Samsung shows off wall-mountable slotload Blu-ray box
Toshiba touts 'deep lagoon' top-end telly design

Odds and Sods

Video Mattel demos thought-controlled game
Video Plastic Logic pitches skinny, light ebook reader
Video Astro touts high-end gaming cans
Video Track your kids by GPS
Mio enters spirit of motoring with new satnav UI
APT finds fix for iffy Bluetooth stereo audio
Video Boffins offers plastic printing service
Video Bubble-gum cards go interactive
Nvidia intros anticipated GeForce GTX 285, 295

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