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Some hospitals in the United States are using broadband technology to improve patient care and cope with a national shortage of critical care physicians. Correspondent James Hilliard visits Sutter General Hospital in Sacramento, Calif., where patients in the intensive care unit are being monitored by doctors a mile away in a control room called the eICU.
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.
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.
Hoping to grab mobile-media market share from Apple Computer this holiday season, Samsung is releasing new portable audio and video players in the coming weeks. Correspondent James Hilliard gets a preview of the new models and features from Samsung's Mark Farish.
Correspondent James Hilliard talks with MontaVista Software about a variety of new Linux-powered consumer devices.
Correspondent James Hilliard looks at an upcoming software product that promises to provide online sharing and synchronization of documents from any desktop.
Looking to reach consumers interested in an entertainment center upgrade, Samsung has taken the wraps off a new line of DVD player/recorders. Samsung spokesperson Claude Frank gives correspondent James Hilliard an early look, including a unit that incorporates high-definition conversion and is touted to deliver TV images worthy of HDTV's price tag.
As Linux makes its move in the big-business arena, the open-source community faces growing pains. Correspondent James Hilliard asks conference-goers at LinuxWorld 2004 in San Francisco for their thoughts on the transition and how it is affecting the development of the open-source landscape.
From free Wi-Fi service to biometric security, technology is changing the way baseball does business and how fans enjoy the game. Correspondent James Hilliard gets the scoop on high-tech hits from the San Francisco Giants and Toronto Blue Jays.
How does the security community think it's doing against network attacks? Correspondent James Hilliard polls several vendors at NetSec 2004 in San Francisco and gets a variety of responses--from optimistic to realistic.