• Kenwood's Idea of Seamless Entertainment

    A typical press conference at CES. Kenwood demonstrates “seamless entertainment.” This Power Point slide has us convinced! Read More

  • Kleer Cuts Loose


    Of all the products and technologies I’ve seen so far at this year’s CES, the most impressive is, without a doubt, from Kleer. Its technology utilizes a 2.4GHz radio for full lossless audio. I had a chance to test it out with an iPod adapter and I’m thoroughly pleased with the results. I noticed no distinction in audio fidelity between wired headphones and the Kleer… Read More

  • XM And Bushnell Unveil Onix 400


    Bushnell isn’t exactly known for awesome consumer electronics, but the Onix 400 seems to be a decent device. It’s a waterproof GPS device with XM Satellite Radio and weather tracking built-in. It features a 3.5-inch 320×240 LCD display, an embedded 64MB microSD card for data and maps, and a rechargeable battery. No price yet, but it debuts this summer along with The Stapler. Read More

  • Eos Whole Home Audio Systems for the iPod

    It seems fairly obvious, but if you really want to listen to your music anywhere in the house on your iPod… you just take your iPod with you. But apparently Eos Wireless seems to think it is a better for you to plug the device into this compact docking station, which will let you stream to other speakers. In fairness, this does allow you to share the tunes, so that’s not a bad thing. Read More

  • Nokia on iPhone: WTF!?

    Nokia’s vice president of the N-series musicphones computers, Pekka Pohjakallio, got real-time word of the launch of the iPhone earlier today. What does he have to say about it at CES? “…It is a 2G device, not 3G, which was a surprise to me.” Thanks, Mr. Pahjakallio for putting voice to the complete “Wait, WHAT!?” that we’re collectively thinking. Now… Read More

  • More Klipsching


    As Peter mentioned below, Klispch is launching the RoomGroove that works in conjunction with its CS-700 system. In addition to being a fully functional iPod dock, the RoomGroove uses KlipschCast to send and receive audio to and from the CS-700. It is aesthetically parallel to the CS-700 and it has an attractive touch activated iPod dock that slides into the unit. And, of course, the dock… Read More

  • KlipschCasting cuts the Cord

    Remember a couple of years ago when all the hype was that more speakers were better. So while we haven’t heard much about 6.1, 7.1 or 10.1, or any other combination of large prime numbers, we’re hearing instead about “simulated surround sound.” Those results have been far from stimulating, however Klipsch could change all that with their new… Read More

  • LEICA Goes Retro With Updated M8

    While digital cameras have come along in recent years when it comes to form factor, the retro look of a classic Leica just can’t be beat. Introduced at the Photokina show in Cologne of last year, the new Leica M8 was still front and center from the offerings from Leica Camera at the Consumer Electronics Show. So in case you missed its arrival (as we did), this camera is a true throwback… Read More

  • Kenwood Announces System Expansion Solutions

    Pimping your ride has always meant upgrading the stereo system, but now Kenwood will make it easier to add components to suit your needs. The company will be expanding their CarPortal product line for 2007, making it practical to upgrade and even add components to a car’s entertainment system. This is part of the Kenwood strategy “To live connected and drive connected.”
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  • Bioloids: A DIY Robotics Kit for Smart Kids

    Vince got some great footage of the Bioloid robotics kit. Here we see a fancy dog-style robot. This company does PR the old-fashioned way: it doesn’t talk to press, so who knows where/how to buy this. Oh well. Cute dog. Read More

  • Digital Hero 3 Gets Even Wetter


    I know this isn’t the most cutting edge digi cam at CES but since there are some watermen/women in the audience this is for you. The Digital Hero 3 is a 3-megapixel, wrist-mounted, waterproof sports digital camera. Along with 3-megapixel pics it also takes 30fps of VGA video with sound. So you can show all your friends how you got barrelled off your ass in Indo or how you kooked it out in… Read More

  • Apple's Extremes Airport Extreme

    . That 802.11n in the latest Mac’s wont be so lonely, as it supports up to 5x the speeds of the current APX. Unlike the conical Airports of yore, there is no dial-up modem, so it’s perhaps time to upgrade your connection to the rest of the world. Also included is a bevy of wireless security protocols, so you can take your pic. Of course it works with AppleTV, and iPhone. We imagine… Read More

  • It's Called MacWorld Still, Right?

    , Steve!? Really, I love the new products. And the name change from Apple Computer to Apple, Inc. is great, too. But what about Leopard? What about new portables? What about 8-way MacPros? What about the Macs? Or are we going to see “one more thing” later in the week? Steve? Read More

  • Crunchgear @ MacWorld 2007: The Keynote

    Here is the live transcript of CrunchGear’s coverage of the Apple Keynote at MacWorld 2007. Here are more articles on MacWorld 2007 Read More

  • It's Still the iPhone?!


    Holy crap! After an unfathomable amount of speculation culminating recently in the release of iPhone products from Linksys, Apple has finally dropped the ball on the holy grail of the tech industry: the Apple iPhone. The device blends style and functionality into one groundbreaking device. It features a full touchscreen interface and is powered by OS X. It supports Widgets, Safari, Google… Read More

  • Crunchgear @ MacWorld 2007: The Keynote Is Over

    Here is the live transcript of CrunchGear’s coverage of the Apple Keynote at MacWorld 2007. Read More

  • iTV out, Apple TV in


    At the Apple keynote this morning, Jobs announced a couple of products that could maybe, possibly be of interest to at least one or two people. One of those products was the Apple TV, formerly dubbed the iTV. It’s a set top box that aims at media convergence. In addition to all of the standard features, the Apple TV has features ethernet, 802.11b/g/n, USB 2.0 and HDMI. The box… Read More

  • Samsung K3 DAP IS Sexy As Hell


    Vince told you about the K3 a few months ago and we’ve got a few more details to give you about this sexy lil thang. It’s pretty much the size of an iPod nano and comes in 2/4/8GB models and colors available in black, wine red and lime green. The 1.8 inch full color LCD can display your album art and playback time is 25 hours. Compatible formats are MP3 and WMA and an FM tuner is… Read More

  • Apple Announces iPhone, Stock Soars

    Once again, Apple CEO Steve Jobs wowed the crowds like no one else can. In his 9 am keynote at MacWorld in San Francisco this morning, Jobs announced the new iPhone cell phone. From the description in appears to be a game changing device, and the public markets seem to agree. As of the time of this writing, Apple stock is up over 7% for the day. Competitor Research in Motion (Blackberry) is… Read More

  • CES Knows The Old School

    In the CES press area, they have a wheelbarrow full of dirt, old Sega Genesis games, and a retro Sony boombox. There is no sign, no explanation why, it’s just there. I want that Vectorman 2 cart personally… Read More

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