Here's a handy link to all our content from CES 2006 - highlighted items are rather unmissable...
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- Vegas in pictures
As we jump on a plane and head back to England, here are some of the images of Vegas and CES that have stayed with us.
- DFI shows media boards for 06
DFI has some new media-centric boards for the coming year, and we also check out an unannounced ATI board.
- Burnout Xbox 360 hands on
The updated version of Burnout Revenge for Xbox 360 is almost here, and we spend some time getting to grips with it.
- Dolby sounds off on 14-channel audio
We check out Dolby's offerings, including Master Studio certified PCs, TrueHD for HD-DVD and Blu-Ray, as well as a screening of concept 14 channel audio content.
- Tom Hanks turns out to launch Viiv
Intel wheels out the Hollywood big guns, as Tom Hanks, Danny DeVito and Morgan Freeman pitch up to support the new PC initiative.
- From MPEG to TV with minimum hassle
A portable HDD with a video out? Looks like an easy way to share our content - we've got some details.
- The world of storage media
We go hunting for the coolest innovations in media at the show. Lightscribe, Blu-Ray and flash inside.
- Intervideo brings video to the small screen
Intervideo are doing some cool stuff with media processing on Pocket PC and the desktop. We chat with the guys behind the software.
- C-Media shows off streaming audio
C-Media are showing off a cool wireless streaming audio device, as well as a voice-chat aggregator and USB phone.
- U3 platform offers personal computing on the go
Fancy taking all your applications, as well as your data, wherever you go? A new generation of flash drives will let you do just that.
- HD-DVD for Xbox 360 confirmed
Peter Moore, head of Xbox division at Microsoft, has confirmed that a HD-DVD drive will be added to the 360 later this year.
- Dell and NVIDIA showcase first Quad SLI system
Dell and NVIDIA are showcasing the first Quad SLI PC at CES in Las Vegas. This baby comes with 2GB of system memory, 2GB of video memory, four GPUs and four logical execution threads inside the CPU, just to add insult to injury...
- Google to offer video and software downloads
During tomorrow's scheduled press conference, Google is set to make a number of exciting announcements. We have early details on a couple of those inside...