The high-speed USB 3.0 standard will finally make its way to smartphones and tablets by the end of 2012, the organization behind USB standard said at the Consumer Electronics Show on Sunday.
Intel’s major marketing campaign for 2012 will focus on advertising its Ultrabook brand of ultra-thin, high-performance laptops.
Do you want to control your computer with your voice? You’ll get that chance in the not so distant future, thanks to Intel‘s announcement today that it has partnered with Nuance Communication to implement voice recognition in the next generation of Ultrabook laptops.
South Korean electronics maker LG showed off some cool new gadgets today, including a Google TV-powered HDTV, a high-powered Verizon Android LTE phone and a connected refrigerator that can order your groceries. Company executives debuted the products live at a press conference at CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
Intel said today that more than 75 thin laptops known as Ultrabooks are coming in 2012.
Chip maker Atmel is delivering technology advances at the Consumer Electronics Show that will result in better touchscreens and chargers. This means we’ll soon have thinner, more accurate and more battery-efficient gadgets to buy.
Here’s a product for the true nerds among us who can’t go anywhere without a bunch of digital electronics. The Powerbag lets you charge all of your portable electronics inside the pockets of a satchell bag.
Parrott wowed the world a couple of years ago when it launched its AR.Drone flying “quadricopter,” a helicopter-like smartphone-controlled drone with four rotors. Now the company is showing off AR.Drone 2.0 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Wemo Media announced today that it has raised $2 million in seed funding to create its first 3D digital animated world set under the sea. The ocean world will have realistic 3D animated fish, fauna, sharks and other sea life. It has the production values of a high-quality online game but is aimed at providing cool educational experiences.
Lenovo has come out swinging at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
3D printing service Sculpteo today announced a new iPhone app that you can use to design 3D objects, upload your designs to the cloud, and receive a ceramic object in the mail a few days later.
If you’ve ever wanted a Kindle that you never have to plug in, SolarFocus has the accessory for you with its solar-powered Kindle case.
A new generation of tablets will be on display at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, including a 10-inch Android model from Toshiba.
The Consumer Electronics Show is in good shape for years to come, even though Microsoft is pulling out of the top keynote slot for the 2013 show, according to show chief Gary Shapiro.
Gary Shapiro, chief executive and president of the Consumer Electronics Association, feels good about how government is jumping on the technology competitiveness issue in a bipartisan way.
Being first has its advantages.
The consumer electronics industry is humming with great acceptance of digital consumer electronics devices, and now we’re about to see the morphing of computing into more and more non-computing devices.
Satellite provider Dish Network might unveil a broadband satellite service and a new home DVR solution called the “Hopper” at CES Monday, according to leaked reports.
Just as we expected, Nokia will unveil its Lumia 900 Windows Phone — which will be tasked with reinvigorating the mobile platform as its new flagship device — on Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Chip maker Marvell is announcing its Smile Plug development kit aimed at turning classrooms into much better computer learning environments.
Marvell is announcing today that its technology will be used in the next version of the One Laptop per Child education tablet.
Corning, the manufacturer of ultra-tough glass for consumer electronics, will introduce the next generation of Gorilla Glass at the Consumer Electronics Show next week.
In an effort to boost lagging DVD sales, film studio Warner Brothers has decided to delay all new releases from becoming available through many popular movie rental services.
When you’re skiing down a mountain, you can actually share the viewing experience with your friends these days by attaching a high-definition wireless camera to your goggles. One of the companies making that possible is Ambarella, a camera chip maker that is announcing a new wireless camera developer kit today to make it easier to create a new generation of these sports cameras.
Broadcom is announcing today its first WiFi chips that will allow wireless to surf the web at a speed of 1.3 gigabits per second. That is several times faster than existing network speeds, and these so-called 5G WiFi chips will be used in products coming out as early as the second quarter.
Qualcomm said today that it will launch its Snapdragon GameCommand app on the Android Market on Jan. 10 at the beginning of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Logitech is unveiling its Logitech Cube device today on the eve of next week’s Consumer Electronics Show. Stand back, folks, as this device is “redefining the way we interact with the digital world.”
Broadcom‘s line-up of products for the Consumer Electronics Show next week drives forward a vision for connected TVs and viewing content on multiple devices. The chip maker unveiled new products today that will be showcased at CES.