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My five hours with Sony's amazing XEL-1 OLED television.
Why the Consumer Electronics Show is a lousy place to see the future of tech.
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Why last year's products make this year's best gifts.
Can Amazon save the e-book?
What ever happened to free cell-phone games?
Are souped-up, video-enabled goggles the next step in home entertainment?
Assessing Apple's iPhone.
Why you can't get iPods at a discount.
Shopping for a TV for the first time in 15 years.
How Nokia can knock the iPod from its perch.
Is Sony's new e-book gadget the iPod for books?
The crappiest invention of all time.
The 2006 Consumer Electronics Show.
The mythical $100 laptop.
Adventures with a mad scientist's lightning machine.