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Intel researchers are working to shrink a server to the size of a deck of cards and still offer useful storage and wireless capability. Correspondent James Hilliard talks to the researchers working on a variety of applications for what may become the "personal server."
Will digital homes be comfortable and easy to use or a tangle of wires and standards? Intel spokeswoman Jennifer Lashua gives CNET correspondent James Hilliard a tour of the chipmaker's latest technologies, brought together to make digital living simpler.\r\n
Correspondent James Hilliard looks at an upcoming software product that promises to provide online sharing and synchronization of documents from any desktop.
Technology industry leaders are touting cars as a hot area for growth. Correspondent James Hilliard looks at the latest in auto tech, from BMWs with built-in iPod connections to Java-enabled navigation.
Digital photography is easy until it comes to sorting, labeling and deciding how to share the pictures. Microsoft researcher Steven Drucker shows correspondent James Hilliard the software maker's Photo Triage, a project from the research labs in Redmond that uses the metadata of digital photos to organize and display them across a variety of electronic devices.
San Francisco-based Linden Lab's online role-playing environment "Second Life" is an online community for anyone over 18 looking for a virtual escape. Linden Lab CEO Phillip Rosedale gives correspondent James Hilliard a tour and explains how users are turning their online alter-egos into money-making businesses.
The new mobile-technology platform includes the Pentium M Dothan processor and other technologies that aim to make mobile computing easy and faster for anyone looking to move away from their desk. Correspondent James Hilliard spoke with Intel's Mooly Eden about the Sonoma launch and where wireless computing is headed.
Samsung is offering a camera that comes equipped with lenses for photography and video. Correspondent James Hilliard gets a preview from Samsung representative Claude Frank.
Correspondent James Hilliard and ZDNet's David Berlind examine whether AMD has an advantage over Intel in the 64-bit x86 chip category because AMD was first to market.
From polyphonic "bling" tunes to live television, cell phones are quickly moving into the category of entertainment devices. But is this convergence due to consumer demand or a result of an industry looking for new revenue streams? Correspondent James Hilliard seeks an answer.