CES 2005 in Review By Jim Louderback CES This year at CES, the revolution not only wasn't televised, it didn't happen. With nary a sign of a break-through product, the 2005 version of the Consumer Electronics Show focused on smaller, cheaper, bigger and brighter versions of already-released technologies. We delivered more than 130 stories during the five days of CES, covering everything from Alvarion's mobile WiMax plans to Zensys' Z-Wave technology. Here's a look at what made waves in each category. read more... PC Magazine CES Report
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