- Event Coverage
We showed you a HDTV at just 10mm thin, but how about another at just 6.9mm thin? Sounds unbelievable? Get ready to brace yourself with fancy new TV technology, home theater equipment, mobile phones, notebooks, and more from the PC ecosystem coming later this year in this update from the LG show floor.
Intel today announced a slew of processors based on their 32nm manufacturing technology. The all new 2010 Intel Core processor family will bring smarter and more powerful computing to the mainstream at affordable price points. All the details inside.
It's the first official day of CES 2010 and we were down at the showfloor with Sony as the CE giant gave us a tour of its booth, followed by media interviews with top execs. Here are our impressions.
Samsung puts the pedal to the metal with a slew of announcements at this year's CES. With sleek new LED HDTVs that sport 3D processors and swanky new touch-enabled remote controls, as well as cool new e-reader devices and a great many others, the coming year looks to be an exciting one. Here's a look at some of the more significant announcements by Samsung at CES 2010.
We all knew that 3D was going to be big at CES 2010, but even then, we were slightly caught off-guard by Sony's full throttle approach to bringing 3D to your home. Not a fan of 3D? Perhaps the Sony blitz will convince you. Here are the highlights from Sony's CES press conference and the best gadgets from its booth.
Having claimed the thinnest HDTV title, LG went to outclass themselves with even slimmer ones. How's 10mm for you? Slim aside, the new breed of premium LG HDTVs are choke full of features like 480Hz TruMotion technology, THX certification, 3D, DLNA and wireless ready, NetCast for online content, and more.
The world's largest consumer technology trade show officially starts 7 Jan but some of the more exciting products have been unveiled to the media in a press event. Check out our quick takes on what to expect this year at CES.
While the long-awaited PlayTest #4 had a successful field day on 21st November, we bring you reportage and pictures of event highlights. In this exciting edition of PlayTest, our theme focused on lifestyle on-the-go with talk sessions hosted by the editorial team and several exclusive tech gadgets never seen before!
Canon Inc. held a camcorder seminar in Tokyo, Japan recently, and we were there to hear Canon's bigwigs talk about those who buy camcorders, camcorders versus DSLRs, and the future of camcorders.
Ever wished you could pocket your notebook? Sure Sony's VAIO P might have characterized that, but it wasn't quite practical. Meet Fujitsu's new LifeBook UH900 that attempts one-up the competition. Also at the winter launch event were new ultrathin notebooks using both the Intel and AMD low voltage processors.
- These countries are where the Apple iPhone SE is selling well
- Researchers just built a battery that is good for over 200,000 charge cycles
- Secretlab launches the Omega Elite, an all-leather gaming chair with a stealthy look
- Preliminary report shows Samsung dominating smartphone sales in Q1 2016
- Computer vision company Movidius just put a deep learning chip inside a USB drive
- Microsoft is exploring the possibility of using synthetic DNA as a storage medium
- The HP Chromebook 13 is a gorgeous all-metal piece of hardware with 16GB of RAM
- Write DVDs that'll last 1000 years with ASUS' new ZenDrive U7M external DVD writer