CES

  • Reader Response: Countdown to CES Day 03

    The wait for CES is yawn inducing, but it looms at least. That means no more slow news days; no more staring blankly at my monitor, possibly drooling, waiting for something interesting to happen. It also means that Reader Response is drawing to a close for awhile. Today we’re giving away one Belkin SportCommand. It’s a great device that has completely changed my cycling habits. So… Read More

  • Samsung To Release Ultra Video At CES


    As Josh reported on the Ultra Video last month, Samsung will present this at CES and yes that means we’ll be getting our grubby paws on it as well as the Ultra Music (SGH-F300). Read More

  • Reader Response: Countdown to CES Day 02


    I was supposed to post these last night, but I got wrapped up watching LSU annihilate Notre Dame. Sorry bout that. Anyway, I managed to find two winners for yesterday’s Reader Response at some point after LSU blasted the Irish by nearly 30 points. The prizes, of course, are twoConcealed Surge Protectors from Belkin. Read More

  • iRiver Says Hello CES With Two New Models


    If you’re going to be at CES be sure to check out iRiver because they will not disappoint. Two brand new models, the Clix 2 and the much anticipated W10 will be launched. The Clix 2 will feature an AMOLED and not LCD screen, video, voice recorder, radio recording and comes in 2, 4 and 6 GB models. Read More

  • The Futurist: What We Will See At CES


    In just a few short clock rotations, the entire tech industry (short of myself — I’m taking a much-needed vacation) will be rolling into Vegas for CES, and CrunchGear’s crack team will be ready to give you the latest scoops on this year’s year-shaping event. A lot of people take this time of year to play the CES Guessing Game and prognosticate about who will release what. Read More

  • Samsung Double-sided LCD Screen


    Samsung is on a roll so far this year with the world’s first double-sided LCD screen that has the ability to show two independent images on both sides of the screen. How is this possible? Well with use of Samsung’s new double-gate TFT (thin-flim transistor) architecture, of course. Rather than one gate which only has the ability to operate one pixel at a time the new… Read More

  • LG Swings Both Ways, As Does Time Warner


    LG has just announced the world’s first DVD player that supports both Blu-Ray and HD DVD! Look for more details at CES. Woohoo!!! Oh yes LG…Life Is Good. In related news, Warner Brothers is also planning its own hybrid disk, called Total HD, which will play on both HD-DVD and Blu-Ray drives. More as we get it.
    Swings Both Ways [LG]
    New Disc May Sway DVD Wars [NYTimes] Read More

  • Iqua Snake 2: Hands-Free Bluetooth Weirdness


    While I’m on the subject of companies at the Sands during CES, check out this device from mobile-communications manufacturer Iqua (the company’ll be at the Sands if you’re Vegas bound). With an MSRP of $179, the Snake 2 hands-free Bluetooth headset attaches to the headrest of a car seat (almost all car makes and models according to Iqua) and lets you talk for up to eight… Read More

  • HP Announces 2007 TV Lineup; DLPs Out, LCDs More In

    , does include 9 new HDTVs with all but two being LCDs. At resolutions of 720p, HP will have 32-, 37- and 42-inch LCDs as well as two 1080p panels at 42 and 47 inches. Two plasmas with resolutions around 720p will come in 42- and 50-inch sizes. And while DLPs have been ousted, the company is keeping MediaSmart LCD models in the lineup. These panels feature 1080p support along with… Read More

  • Reader Response: Countdown to CES Day 01

    Happy Jan. 2! You know, I only recently got used to writing 2006—and now it’s 2007. I wonder if I’ll adapt to writing the correct date sometime this side of July. At least on CrunchGear, WordPress handles the date for me. I bet you all are waiting eagerly for your daily winners, which is good, because I have them for you. Two of ‘um. A lucky pair who will each be… Read More

  • Reader Response: Countdown to CES

    Happy New Year everybody. I hope everyone had a pleasant evening and managed to remain safe. We’re currently working off our drunks, but semi-consistent posting should resume tomorrow. At any rate, I’ve got the final installment (for awhile) of Reader Response for you all. Reader Response: Countdown to CES. Read More

  • The Futurist: That Most Wonderful Time of the Year or… A First Look at the 2007 CES


    In this very special episode of The Futurist, we take a myopic look into the future. Three weeks into the future, that is, to a land called Las Vegas and an event called CES — the annual tech orgy where PR people treat men’s mag product reviewers to lap dances, the smell of choco-fountains permeates the air of every corridor, and there is nary a blogger around without sore… Read More

  • Vigor Gaming's AMD Quad FX4 Powerhouse


    Never heard of Vigor Gaming? Maybe you’ve heard of its Monsoon thermoelectric desktop cooling system? Okay, well you’ll just have to take my word for it then that Vigor builds some top-notch performance desktops and notebooks, such as the Vigor Force Recon QX4. Made for what the company’s calling “megatasking” (running multiple apps side by side with… Read More

  • Novint Gets VTech To Build Falcon Game Controller


    Novint Technologies Falcon game controller is the first controller to make high-fidelity interactive three-dimensional touch possible and practical for consumer computing applications. (Admittedly something I didn’t know I needed, but now feel I must have.) The Falcon lets users feel weight, shape, texture, dimension, dynamics, 3D motion and force effects when playing enabled games. Read More

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