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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
Frank Garvey is the founder and director of the OmniCircus, an art space in San Francisco that houses music, paintings, and robots. From performances inside the OmniCircus to out on the streets of the city, Garvey's robots are meant to incite dialogue about class and the absurdity of a rich society that houses ghettos. Hear from Gravey and see his robots in action. CNET News.com's Vincent Tremblay reports.
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.
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
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
Scientists are setting out this month to answer some questions concerning the large growth of moss at the bottom of Crater Lake in Oregon. CNET News.com's Vincent Tremblay reports that a remotely operated vehicle system will be used to gather video footage, as well as test samples, to determine how this natural community fits into the lake's ecosystem. The research is being carried out by representatives of Oregon State University, the National Park Service, USGS and Southern Oregon University.
Material contributed by Robert Collier, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University:
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
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talked to gamers and industry insiders about the next-generation consoles coming from Nintendo and Sony.
CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi brings you the latest Nintendo Wii news (and throws in some yoga and ski moves) from a recent media party in San Francisco. With WiiWare set to debut in May, expect to see new titles from indie game developers in the Wii Shop; slick third-party games from Lucas Arts and Electronic Arts; and of course, Mario Kart and Wii Fit.
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talked to gamers and industry insiders about the next-generation consoles coming from Nintendo and Sony. With just a few days to go before the devices launch in the United States, the buzz is strong.