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At Macworld 2006 in San Francisco, CNET News.com's Vincent Tremblay gets a look at the melding of the Apple iPod and the highway.\r\n
On the lookout for a new master model builder for its theme park, Legoland California sent judges to San Francisco as part of a seven-city search. Watch the contestants work under the clock and hear what they have to say about Legos in their life. Vincent Tremblay reports alongside Daniel Terdiman.\r\n
Macworld 2006 in San Francisco is where the toys are. CNET News.com's Vincent Tremblay reports on some of the many add-ons that go with the 42 million iPods already sold.\r\n
From the floor of SID: Check out LG.Philips' 100-inch HD LCD display; Sharp's Two-way angle-viewing LCD that shows a different image from a different angle; and Planar's Stereo/3D Monitor. CNET News.com's Vincent Tremblay reports.
Gamer's fantasy: to own this van, equipped with all of Nintendo's latest hardware and game titles. Then you could play away in your favorite parking lot, near some 24/7 fast food emporium. Who needs sleep? CNET News.com's Vincent Tremblay gives you a look inside.\r\n
It's the Robot Fighting League's largest contest and CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi has a look at the action. Teams from Australia, Brazil, and elsewhere around the world battle for robot glory.
Toshiba's HD DVD-XA1 is available before any HD movies go on sale, with Sony's competing Blu-ray players due later this spring. CNET News.com's Vincent Tremblay takes a look at Toshiba's first entry into the HD competition.\r\n
On a recent trip to Pittsburgh, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi visited the Wood Street Galleries for an exhibit exploring how artists visualize our future relationship to consumer electronics. From hybridized robotic dogs to a piece called "Cellphone Disco," each work is meant to question viewers' level of intimacy with tech.
"Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon" is the name of a new exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Art. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi pays a visit to the California museum to learn how and why artists have used robots to mirror society and why they're beloved the world over.
Want to see a Rubik's Cube solved in 11 seconds? Check out our footage of this year's International Rubik's Cube Competition with Vincent Tremblay reporting alongside Daniel Terdiman.