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At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, CNET'S Brian Cooley checks out Samsung's new IT Cam Gadget, a pocket-size camcorder with a hard drive and MPEG-4.
The Archos 5 portable video player packs a ton of multimedia features into a shiny, pocket-size device, but it's not quite the high-end Internet media tablet we were hoping for.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates touts the Portable Media Center, a pocket-size device that plays music, movies, TV shows and other content.
CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley shows how digital video recorder technology is being integrated into a growing number of consumer electronics and other devices, allowing people to create their own TV line-up without the hassle of videotapes.
CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley explains how wireless networking technology allows consumers to watch digital media stored on their personal computer on living room TVs without running cables.
CNET's editor at large Brian Cooley joins Brian Tong to discuss latest and greatest from the Los Angeles Auto Show and answer your car tech questions.
The Tonium Pacemaker squeezes the performance and functionality of a full digital DJ rig into a single pocket-size device.
iPhones are pretty powerful tools already, but with a few simple tips and tricks, you can get the most out of these pocket-size devices. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports in this Tech Minute.
CNET editor at large Brian Cooley stops by Lytro and meets up with CEO Ren Ng. The startup aims to reimagine photography by creating a camera that enables users to shoot an image and then focus it after. Cooley gets demonstrations of the tech that makes it possible and a look at new 3D features.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, CNET's Brian Cooley checks out the latest Motorola cell phone to offer a music player.\r\n