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  • Kodak M215 credit card-sized camera offers Wi-Fi

    Kodak unveiled several new cameras and camcorders at CES. The M215 is the slimmest, but packs in a 26mm wideangle lens, a 14Mp CCD and 720p video camera. It is compatible with Eye-Fi wireless SD memory cards

  • Opinion: CES: a hundred devices to rule them all

    What struck me most about this year's CES was the sheer variety of products on show. Far from consolidating, personal tech grows ever more diverse. And that's a good thing.

  • ION iCade Mobile turns iPhone into retro gamepad

    Retro gaming console for iPad gets a mobile miniature. ION iCade Mobile gamepad acts as portable Bluetooth games controller

  • Canon Legria HF-M camcorders get Wi-Fi

    Quite a few digital camera brands now offer Wi-Fi in their compact stills cameras, so it’s little surprise to find Canon adding a comparable feature to its Legria consumer camcorders. The HF-M range, announced at CES, are able to quickly send footage wirelessly to a storage drive, rather than first having to be plugged in to a laptop or PC and transferred.

  • CES: Acer shows 'world's thinnest UltraBook', with Thunderbolt port

    Acer is showing what it is calling the "world's thinnest UltraBook" laptop here at CES. According to Acer, at its thinnest point the Acer Aspire S5 measures only 15mm, and weighs a mere 1.35kg. It manages to stay slim by hiding its I/O ports in a flip-out flap at the rear (which certainly beats going to the gym).

  • Feature: ARM: 'Flexibility of chips leading to hyper-personalised tech'

    Jeff Chu - Director of Consumer, Client Computing at ARM - took time out of his busy schedule to give PC Advisor an insight into how the chip maker sees mobile and personal computing developing over the next few years.

  • News: No big LTE splash for Verizon at CES this year

    Anyone expecting Verizon to unveil Stage 2 of its LTE network deployment at the Consumer Electronics Show this year came away disappointed.

  • News: 5 key takeaways from CES

    As is often the case, the expectations of what will be the big story at the Consumer Electronics Show are different from what actually becomes the big story.

  • Video: Video: CES 2012: Entrepreneurs bet it all in Vegas

    Inside Eureka Park, first-timers can spent $1000 for a booth, though that price doesn't tell the whole story. Stephen Harris-Smith just stuck $20 thousand dollars into a business for his invention, that he’s here displaying for the first time.

  • Video: Video: CES 2012: World Tech Update, Jan. 12, 2012

    Coming up on World Tech Update this week we’re at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show where Microsoft talked about the future of Kinect, Intel pushed Ultrabooks, Samsung showed off TVs with motion and voice control, Sony packed its press conferences with celebrities like Kelly Clarkson and Will Smith, a 10,000 watt iPod dock pumped out music and a hard drive survived 1,000,000 volts. To find out more follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/worldtechupdate.

  • Video: Video: CES 2012: WowWee puts real toys in digital games

    The toymaker has come up with a high tech version of dog fighting using augmented reality and an iPad.

  • Bang & Olufsen Beolit 12 AirPlay speaker shown at CES

    Bang & Olufsen has unveiled at CES the first product in its new Beoplay consumer audio range. The £599 Beolit 12 is an Airplay-compatible speaker that can be battery or mains powered

  • News: CES: iRig Mix offers twin-iPad DJ syncing

    IK Multimedia has unveiled a panoply of new iRig music accessories at CES 2012; we spoke to the company to see what they have to offer.

  • News: CES: iLuv Vibro II iPhone dock shakes you awake

    iLuv is hoping to 'shake up' the iPhone dock market, using CES 2012 to show off its with its new Vibro II alarm system.

  • News: For $1000, a chance for tech glory in Vegas

    "When you've got a lot of angry zombies coming at you, you really don't want to have to look away from the screen..."

  • News: 5 Useful Laptop Accessories Spotted at CES 2012

    CES isn’t just a parade of giant TVs, razor-thin laptops, or variations of tablets. Accessories for your laptop and other useful peripherals are also making their debut at the electronics show. Here are a few of the most interesting yet useful ones you may be able to get your hands on soon.

  • News: CES: hands on with Ubuntu TV

    Canonical is showing here at CES Ubuntu TV: a version of its Linux OS aimed at televisions (as the sharper among you may have spotted from the name). Ubuntu TV is still in beta – a spokesman told us it was really ‘more of an alpha’ – but it could be available on retail products within the next 12 months.

  • News: Forget quad-core tablets; here's a quad-core smartphone

    While some tablet makers are talking up the benefits of quad-core processors in their devices, Fujitsu has put a quad-core chip in a smartphone -- at least for a prototype version on display at CES.

  • News: Nvidia shows quad-core tablet prototype running Windows 8

    Nvidia showed tablets using its Tegra 3 quad-core processors at CES, including a developer prototype that was running Windows 8.

  • News: iOS accessories on display at CES

    The International Consumer Electronics Show is a veritable electronics smorgasbord, full-to-brimming with televisions, tablets, telephones, and cameras. The iOS accessories market is no different, getting its very own dedicated pavilion at CES. Here are some of the standout products we’ve seen in both the iLounge Pavilion and the rest of the show floor throughout our CES travels.



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