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  • Opinion: Dish Network introduces Hopper and Joey High-Definition DVR System

    Dish Network has unveiled its latest high definition DVR system uniquely named Hopper and Joey. The HD DVR records up to six shows at once to its 2TB of internal storage. The Joey extender is easy to set-up: You mount it to the back of your TV and connect to the Hopper through coax rather than a network drop.

  • News: Samsung plans smart TVs with face recognition, voice and gesture control

    Samsung Electronics announced a host of new gadgets at the International Consumer Electronics Show on Monday, including smart TVs with face recognition, plus voice and gesture control, and a super-thin ultrabook laptop with a DVD drive.

  • Opinion: Samsung Announces Smarter, Slimmer HDTVs, Including 55-Inch Super OLED Display

    Samsung announced their new top-of-the-line HDTVs today at CES 2012, and as usual, they raised the bar for glitz and glamour -- and added a few neat features as well.

  • Opinion: Sony Unveils New Floating-Lens Stabilization and Projector-Camcorders

    Sony today announced several new additions to its Handycam and Bloggie camcorder lines, including a new dual-1080p 3D camcorder that replaces last year's Handycam TD10, five new camcorders with built-in projectors for displaying video on a wall, and three new models that feature the company's new "Balanced Optical Steady Shot" technology, which allows for the entire lens barrel to visibly "float" in order to correct extreme hand shake.

  • Opinion: Sony Bloggie Live Lets You Live-Stream Video Over Wi-Fi

    Today has been a big day for connected-camera announcements at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. Sony is the latest big-name company to announce a video-capture device with built-in Wi-Fi, following wireless camera announcements earlier in the day from Kodak and Samsung.

  • Opinion: An Early Look at the HP Envy 14 Spectre

    HP's Envy line of laptops are the best PCs they make for consumers, with their focus on powerful specs, sleek design, and premium materials. The latest models were only available in 15.6 and 17-inch sizes, so those who wanted Envy design and performance with a little more portability were out of luck. Today, HP is expanding the line with a slick new addition, the HP Envy 14 Spectre.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Crash course

    Acer takes a page from Apple's playbook--well, more like a slide or two from its presentation deck--while Microsoft's hyperbole engines are still firing on all cylinders. And CES becomes the place to launch your products off a short pier. The remainders for Monday, January 9, 2012 have their ups and downs--but mostly downs.

  • News: Hipmunk adds hotel booking to flight search app

    Hipmunk's iOS app has given iPhone and iPad users a way to check airfares and book flights from their mobile devices. A Monday update to the Hipmunk app now lets users find a place to stay once they arrive.

  • Opinion: It's a Tablet, It's an Ultrabook, It's the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga

    Windows 8 is designed to be at home on both traditional PCs and tablets. Lenovo is taking this to heart with a products designed to be both. The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga (yes, that is both the development code name and the final product name) takes a 17mm thick Ultrabook and gives it a screen that can flip back on a pair of double hinges.

  • News: Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 Cuts the Fat, Folds Flat

    The Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 big-screen all-in-one PC measures 27 inches diagonally. But it's also thin, with a display thickness of 24.5mm (0.97 inch), which Lenovo is claims makes it the world's thinnest. Adjusting to the dimensions can be kind of tricky: When I walked in to Lenovo's booth, I couldn't get over the size of the screen--and the thin frame makes the whole thing all the more deceptive.

  • Opinion: Verizon JetPack Hotspots: Take 4G Abroad

    Verizon's Jetpack Global Ready 4G LTE mobile hotspots, debuting at CES 2012, let you take 4G Internet with you to 205 countries and 125 countries at 3G speeds. Hopefully this will eliminate waiting for an empty seat in a crowded Internet cafe to connect to work, or paying astronomical bills for using your hotspot in a different country.

  • News: Juniper warns on Q4 due to soft carrier router sales

    Juniper Networks said its fourth quarter 2011 results will be a little light due to softness in carrier routers.

  • News: Nokia unveils Lumia 900 for North America

    Nokia on Monday introduced the Lumia 900, its first LTE Windows Phone and a device the company said it designed specifically for the North American market.

  • Opinion: Meet the Nokia Lumia 900: An LTE Windows Phone for AT&T

    Nokia's president Stephen Elop took to the stage this afternoon at the hotly-anticipated Nokia press conference at CES. As many predicted, Nokia introduced the Nokia Lumia 900, an LTE 4G Windows Phone for AT&T.

  • Opinion: Verizon's Droid Razr Maxx Promises Excellent Battery Life

    Verizon today announced another addition to the Droid family of smartphones, the Droid Razr Maxx.

  • Opinion: New Panasonic Lumix Cameras: Big Zoom in a Tiny Room

    A few big lenses in mighty small packages surfaced at CES in Las Vegas today, as Panasonic unveiled five new additions to its Lumix line of point-and-shoot cameras. The highlights are a pair of pocket megazooms that pack 10X-optical-zoom lenses in 0.9-inch-deep frames, as well as two even-slimmer cameras that have relatively wide maximum apertures of F2.5.

  • Opinion: Pioneer's AppRadio 2 for Cars Now Runs on Android

    Pioneer's second-generation AppRadio, the AppRadio 2, will be compatible with both iOS and Android devices, the company announced Monday at a press conference.

  • Opinion: Motorola Droid 4 Coming To Verizon With Dual-Core and LTE

    First there was the Droid, followed by Droid 2 and Droid 3--and now, behold the Droid 4. The latest iteration of Motorola's keyboard-equipped phone, announced today at CES, appears to be a considerable improvement over its predecessors.

  • Opinion: Home Networks Reach for the Cloud

    The move to cloud computing isn't just for businesses. At CES, home network giants D-Link and Netgear are showing a range of equipment that leverage cloud services to give consumers more access to and control over home networks--and network content--from mobile devices.

  • Opinion: LG, Verizon, and VMware Demo Virtual Work Phone

    Since no one wants to carry two phones, most people use their personal handset for work activities. The BYOD (bring your own device) trend has businesses struggling to make work-related data and apps available on workers' personal phones--and secure. VMware has an answer, which its partner LG is demonstrating at CES 2012: a tool to create a virtual work phone on an employee-owned device.

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