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More CES Opinion

  • Opinion: Linux Takes on a Bigger Role at This Year's CES

    The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) event is always a fun place to learn about the latest new gadgets coming down the pike, but--aside from Google's ubiquitous Android platform--Linux has not typically played a starring role.

  • Opinion: Native Union Debuts a Refrigerator Post-It for the Digital Age

    Native Union, the company best known for its colorful MoshiMoshi retro cellphone handsets, has created a device that has roughly the same footprint as a Post-It but is actually a battery-powered video recorder and playback device.

  • Opinion: Voice Controlled Apps Interface With Ford Vehicles

    Apps are on everyone’s mind at this year’s CES and Ford is no different. The Detroit car giant paired up with INRIX, a leading provider of traffic information, to create a new version of their SYNC Destinations app.

  • 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 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: Fujifilm Announces X-Pro 1 Interchangeable-Lens Camera

    Fujifilm rolled out 19 new cameras last week just ahead of CES, but there was something missing from the announcements: The company's first entry into the compact interchangeable-lens category, which was the stuff of leaks across the Web.

  • Opinion: AT&T Launches Six Fast LTE Android Phones

    AT&T's CEO Ralph De la Vega Monday announced a slew of LTE 4G devices, ranging from high-end smartphones to a waterproof tablet to a tablet/smartphone hybrid to affordable phones under $50. De la Vega stressed the bringing LTE to the masses by offering a range of different kinds of 4G gadgets and varying prices. The announcement was made at a morning CES keynote.

  • Opinion: Xerox Mobile Scanner Sends Scans Wirelessly

    Ever found yourself away from your office with a paper copy of something that needs to be sent out? Xerox's new Mobile Scanner will create a PDF or JPG without the need for a computer or power outlet. All you have to do is turn it on, select the file format, and insert the document. The scan starts automatically.

  • Opinion: CES 2012: LG Wows with 55-inch OLED TV, 4G Android Phone, and Smart(er) TVs

    LG announced at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas a new 4G smartphone running on Verizon's network, as well as a sleeve of thin smart TVs, with 3D compatibility and Google TV on board.

  • Opinion: Sizzle Turns to Fizzle: Managing CES Expectations

    Next week Las Vegas will be overflowing with media and consumers in town to see vendors from around the world show off cutting edge technology at CES 2012. However, based on recent history, the chance that you'll actually ever see the gadgets in real life -- or that they'll live up to the hype if you do -- seems relatively slim.

  • Opinion: Toshiba Readies 'Thinnest and Lightest' Tablet, Laptop for CES

    Toshiba is pledging to exhibit not just the world's thinnest and lightest 10-inch tablet at CES next week, but also the thinnest and lightest 13-inch laptop.

  • Opinion: U-Book Dual-Screen Laptop to Launch at CES 2012

    New laptop manufacturer NajmTek plans to launch a dual-screen laptop called the U-Book ("Universal Notebook") at CES, much like Acer announced its dual-screen Acer Iconia last year at CES.

  • Opinion: CES 2012: 5 Trends To Watch

    The Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas next Tuesday, and gadget makers are getting ready to show off their latest tech products for the coming year.

  • Opinion: LG to Showcase 84-Inch 3D HDTV at 2012 CES

    LG has some big plans for its television lineup at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The company has announced that it plans to debut an 84-inch high-definition 3D television set that features four times the pixel density of 1080p HDTVs. Also known as 4K resolution, LG's 84-inch HDTV can display eight million pixels at a resolution of 3840-by-2160.



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