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Wednesday, 11 Jan 2012
Augmented reality and Sesame Street. Now that's a combo that we didn't expect when Qualcomm demonstrated what its Snapdragon processors are capable of at its augmented reality demo area within CES 2012.
First released in 2011 for Apple devices only, Kingston has now announced that it will launch an app to enable Wi-Drive use with the Kindle Fire.
Wireless charging isn't just limited to mobile devices. At CES 2012, Qualcomm showcased a wireless electric vehicle charging concept that promises 90% charging efficiency, even if the vehicle isn't aligned properly with the charging pad.
Microsoft Hardware Team gets ready for Chinese New Year with limited edition mice. No new breakthrough input devices yet for the upcoming Windows 8 OS, but more limited edition hardware that are uniquely designed are a good start.
QNAP unveils its TurboNAS server lineup, VioStor NVR video surveillance systems, NAS Firmware and a new storage expansion solution for its business-class Turbo NAS.
This new version of the TomTom app uses information from Facebook places, events and friends as a source for turn-by-turn navigation.
Seagate unleashes its entire lineup of consumer, desktop, and enterprise solutions at the CES 2012, including the GoFlex Thunderbolt Adapter.
Thermaltake has taken the stage at CES 2012 to showcase various offerings that run the gamut from PC casings and CPU coolers to gaming input devices and headphones.
MSI announces the exclusive wireless mainboard overclocking software - Command Center for iOS - at the CES 2012.
With the H.264 advanced compression technology, users can conveniently upload Full HD 1080p video clips or 15-megapixel photos to Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube.