CeBit Reporters Notebook

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CeBit Reporters Notebook

by Wayne Rash

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - CeBIT's Pruser

CeBIT Vice President Sven Pruser introduces CeBIT to the press. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - eWEEK's Lundquist and Joe Tucci

eWEEK's Eric Lundquist interviews EMC's President and CEO Joe Tucci, who had just announced a decade of cooperation with Fujitsu Siemens at CeBIT. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - CeBIT Setup

The CeBIT trade show floor late Wednesday afternoon before opening on Thursday. Its only a few hours until opening, but a lot of work remains to be done. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - International Commerce

U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce Robert Cresanti explains that hes in Germany to promote cooperation with the European Union. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - Blue Fritz

The Blue Fritz was one of the many new Bluetooth devices being shown at CeBIT. This device is an access point. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - Skype Add-ons

One area showing surprising growth at CeBIT was Skype. The VOIP phone service has produced a number of add-on devices. This wireless phone from Aztech doesnt need a PC for it to reach the service. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - No Wires Here

A manually operated one-man German band serenades departing CeBIT attendees on their way to the train station. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - Wireless Video

Samsungs SCH-B540 will show videos in wide screen, albeit a very small wide screen. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - New from Sony Ericsson

An employee of Sony Ericsson shows off the new W880. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - Walkman Phone

The Sony Ericsson W880 is the company's latest phone. It's coupled with digital Walkman technology and 1GB of memory. Photo: Wayne Rash / eWEEK

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CeBit Reporters Notebook - Lundquist and Rash Speak

eWEEKs Eric Lundquist (standing) and Wayne Rash (right) descend on an unwitting German public to talk to them about enterprise convergence. Siemens Sales Vice President Marcus Birkl (left) was also part of the panel. Photo: Nadja Borovac / S

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