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  • Video: Sony Transfer offers wireless for gadgets

    Sony is developing a wireless data transfer system for gadgets that's capable of sending pictures, video and data over a range of a few centimeters at speeds faster than USB.

  • Video: 3M's mobile phone projector

    We reported on 3M's miniature projector yesterday – now watch our video to see the product in action.

  • 3M shows tiny mobile projector

    3M is demonstrating a prototype projector small enough to fit inside a mobile phone or digital camera, at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show.

  • Panasonic shows 150in plasma screen

    Panasonic yesterday showed off the prototype of a new 150in plasma display, which the company says is the largest flat-panel display in the world.

  • Samsung 500GB laptop drive to debut in March

    Samsung Electronics has revealed that it is building a 500GB notebook hard drive that will ship in March.

  • Panasonic plays with interactive home interiors

    Panasonic said at CES that it's experimenting with technology that makes walls interactive, adding "larger-than-life technology" to home interiors.

  • Toshiba debuts 1.8in external hard drive line

    Toshiba has launched a new 1.8in USB 2.0 Mobile External Hard Drive line at CES. The product line will be offered in 60GB, 80GB and 120GB models, each with a USB cable. The devices will ship next spring, said officials of the Toshiba Storage Device Division, a business unit of Toshiba. The new mobile external hard drives will run encryption and backup software to boost data protection, Toshiba said.

  • Belkin shows in-car iPhone accessory

    Belkin is demonstrating two new accessories for Apple's iPhone called TuneBase FM and TuneCast Auto.

  • The return of the internet fridge (sort of)

    Five years ago, LG combined a refrigerator with a PC and it was a colossal flop. Now Whirlpool is taking its shot, albeit with a somewhat different approach.

  • Lime PC architecture spans PC formats

    Lime PC is demonstrating a number of PCs and portable devices featuring the same scalable architecture – computers with various form factors all run the same Freescale processor, share many of the same components and feature Lime's customised Linux interface.

  • Asus Eee PC to get larger screens

    There's no Windows version of the Eee PC on Asus' booth, but the company did reveal a few other plans for the highly popular sub-notebook at the Consumer Electronics Show today.

  • Wireless USB ready for mainstream

    Wireless USB (WUSB) has been in the offing for some time, but we were assured 2008 would be the year it hits the mainstream – at least in the US.

  • Dell Inspiron 1525

    Dell is showing off the successor to its Inspiron 1520 consumer laptop at CES, with the new Inspiron 1525 due for worldwide availability in a couple of weeks.

  • Video: Casio camera offers 1,000 images per second

    Casio will put on sale in March a digital camera capable of shooting up to 60 images per second at full 6-megapixel resolution and video at more a thousand images per second.

  • Samsung shows off 128GB solid-state drives

    Samsung Electronics is showing off a new 128GB flash-based SSD (solid-state drive) at the International Consumer Electronics show, one of the largest such drives shown to date.

  • Casio announces five new cameras

    At CES today, Casio announces its spring 2008 line-up of Exilim digital cameras.

  • 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.



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