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  • Microsoft's visual recognition system for phones

    Far from being a last hurrah filled with new product announcements, Bill Gates' CES keynote largely focused on Microsoft's existing offerings. But one technology currently in development did intrigue - a visual recognition system for mobile phones.

  • JVC adds iPod dock to TVs & stereos

    JVC is making it easier to hook-up an iPod to a flat-panel TV with new sets that contain a dock for the popular music player.

  • Mobile2Display: Connect your phone to a TV

    Wireless technology promises to be one of the hot topics at CES this year, with manufacturers seeking to kill the cables that clutter up our living rooms and offices. Quartics, which showed off its PC-to-TV product at CES last year, is demonstrating a new take on the technology which allows smartphone users to send video and other content wirelessly to large-screen TVs.

  • Invu demonstrates Ergo search tool

    After giving PC Advisor the exclusive on its new Ergo search tool last month, Invu is now telling the rest of the world about the technology. The company demonstrated the software to journalists, bloggers and analysts at the CES Unveiled event here in Las Vegas last night, and appeared to get a good reception.

  • Logitech debuts diNovo media centre keyboard

    Logitech is showing off a range of remote controls for media centre PCs, the most notable new product being the diNovo Mini - a handheld QWERTY keyboard designed for those who connect their PC to a TV.

  • HP Pavilion tx2000 has 12in rotating screen

    HP continues to innovate around traditional PC and laptop formats, and is preparing to show off a new model with a rotating 12.1in screen at CES from Monday. The Pavilion tx2000’s screen can be rotated 180 degrees, and it also ships with a stylus to capture handwriting.

  • Motorola MobileTV DH01

    Mobile phone maker Motorola is to launch a digital TV-enabled portable player this March in a bid to compete with products such as Apple’s iPod Video. Motorola is referring to the device as a portable media player - the first such device it has come up with.

  • Whirlpool Centralpark GD5VVAXT

    Encountering your own visage in the half-light as you pass a mirror on your way to the fridge for a midnight snack is bad enough: encountering a whole slideshow of yourself in full colour could be enough to send you over the edge.

  • Posture Minder software

    And s-t-r-e-t-c-h.

  • LG to show 14in e-paper display

    LG.Philips LCD is out to impress at next week's Consumer Electronics Show with a 14.3in colour electronic paper display.

  • Asus M70S laptop has 1TB hard drive

    Asus hopes laptops with 1TB (terabyte) hard disks will become the norm for multimedia enthusiasts this year, and plans to show off its first model featuring two 500GB drives at CES.

  • Sony to offer Skype for PSP

    Sony's PlayStation Portable (PSP) will soon be getting Skype functionality for making internet calls to friends and family. The console maker is set to launch the service at CES in Las Vegas next week.

  • Lenovo IdeaPad laptops target consumers

    Having bought IBM's PC business three years ago, Lenovo is mainly associated with the business laptop market. However, the company has revealed plans to enter the consumer space this year, with several models in its new IdeaPad line expected to be on show at CES 2008.

  • Will CES 2008 live up to the iPhone?

    Microsoft chairman Bill Gates has a tough job ahead of him when he kicks off the keynote speeches at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2008 in Las Vegas on Sunday.

  • Hannspree Joy 9in digital photo frame

    Digital photo frames continue to prove popular and the increased competitiveness among makers is driving prices lower and lower. While the January sales mean there ought to be some real bargains onsale right now, we'd be very surprised if photo frame prices didn't continue to plummet.

  • In Win Allure PC case

    Behold! A jewelled PC. If flowers and bling are your thing, this pretty, low-profile PC case is sure to prove a talking point.

  • Video: Blackberry Curve 8320 user review

    User papito66 takes a look at RIM's popular BlackBerry Curve 8320 handset.

  • Gear4 StreetParty Blu wireless speaker

    Audio accessory maker Gear4 has come up with a £30 Bluetooth-based speaker that is capable of pumping out 8W of sound and that doesn’t need wires.

  • Solwise 200AV HomePlug adapter

    Solwise is to sell a HomePlug powerline adapter that enables home networking without the tricky setup routine.

  • Video: Apple Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard user review

    Here are DannyIsAce's thoughts on Apple's Mac OS X 10.5 'Leopard' operating system.



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