Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
We found more quirky tech showcases at Toshiba's booth in the form of an underwater tablet. But that's not all, the tablet comes with a wireless power charge through the use of magnetic resonance.
At Microsoft's booth in CES, there's a whole array of the best products from their partner's ecosystem and we chanced upon some notable Ultrabooks you should keep tabs on. Some of them might eventually offer Windows 8, but that's another story for another time.
Casio's G-Shock watches might be a hardy device, but it's also a status symbol of sorts for collectors. So if you're into Casio watches, you might want to check out this concept Casio G-Shock smartphone that is waterproof up to 10m and can withstand a drop of 10m.
After releasing a few features that integrated and prioritized Google+ content for your searches, Google has faced a backlash from multiple parties for its efforts.
ASUS unleashes a comprehensive suite of products designed to enhance the gaming experience at the CES 2012, including the Rampage IV Formula/ThunderFX gaming motherboards.
Two days ago, Google changed the way it shows you your search results. Search plus Your World promises to tailor your search results according to your personal Google+ profile, but it's stirred up controversy over how it seems to favor Google+ results over other social networks.
SRS Labs announces the availability of SRS StudioSound 3D and Premium Sound 3D, which is now available to current PC OEM partners for implementation.
Panasonic has announced a bevy of new Viera plasma panels for their 2012 line-up. Notable enhancements include an Infinite Black Ultra panel for the VT50, enhanced motion processing, DLNA, 8-Train speakers and a new 'Glass & Metal' design.
Constructed with special switches for a performance of up to 250 clicks per minute, it will definitely satisfy users playing intensive clicking games from the RPG and MOBA game genres.
Wednesday, 11 Jan 2012
You don't need stereoscopic cameras, to create a 3D video feed. In fact, Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors went one step further and implemented augmented reality. All that, on a single-lens smartphone camera.