• The RCX4 Star Stryker

    DigitTronics showed us their ultra fun RCX4 Star Stryker, a flying, hovering X-Wing fighter-clone that costs $399. It lasts about ten minutes on one charge. Anyone want one? They’re $100 off at the show. Read More

  • Memorex shows off some Wii stuff, and a seriously nice pocket cam

    We had a chance to meet with Memorex this morning, and spotted a few cool items for you. Specifically, a charging device for you iProduct, some Wii accessories, and a pretty interesting mini-camcorder with a touch screen. Read More

  • Even Brooke Shields is upset with AT&T

    Phonescoop grabbed a quick interview with Ms. Blue Lagoon herself, Brooke Shields at the LG booth. While she recited the regular marketing claptrap she had a little bit to say about AT&T and the iPhone: PS: Why did you get an iPhone? Brooke: First I got it because it was cool. I felt comfortable with the touch screen. The email was great. Texting was great. I was so happy that I could film… Read More

  • Hands-on with Kodak's Playsport and Slice Cameras

    Kodak showed us their clever little Slice and Playsport cameras. The Slice is a touchscreen point and shoot and the SportPlay is a completely waterproof mini-camcorder. Both aren’t quite ready and will be available in the Spring of this year but both are pretty cool. The Slice has a large rear screen with touch controls. You slide through photos with your fingers and then tap little… Read More

  • The Livestream will be up shortly

    The plan for today is to keep hitting the show floor starting with CES’s video game section and a look at the thing Doug is wearing today. After that we’re going to head into the show’s main hall and hit up some of the bigger company’s booths. It should be up shortly. As always, keeping sending your requests to us through the Livestream player or using the Twitter… Read More

  • We have 72 MagicJacks and need to get rid of them

    Here’s a fun story cut down to the only detail you need to know: we got a gigantic box of 72 MagicJacks while checking out the new MagicJack Femtocell last night. It was that crazy of a party. Well, we don’t know what to do with them and don’t want to take them home. Suggestions? Read More

  • Watch Doug live in the PC Building Race for charity

    Watch and tremble at Doug’s amazing PC building prowess. Read More

  • Hands-on with the Plastic Logic Que

    And we have another ebook reader! This time around it’s the Que from Plastic Logic. Just because it’s not the Kindle or Nook, don’t write it off. This device, and the software it runs, might be special enough to make a mark in the ebook reader scene. Read More

  • Hey, look, it's me on TechVi

    Randell Bennett and I sat down for nice little chat about all things CES 2010. And guess what? It’s about 3D TVs and ebook readers! [oops, laaarge typo fixed] Read More

  • Hands-on with the Sony Dash

    This is not your mother’s picture frame. In fact, it’s not actually supposed to be a picture frame and instead some sort of widget platform. Its wedge shaped so you can put it down flat on the table or, if you wish, you can carry it around like a wee tablet. Is it amazing? No. Is it better than a standard picture frame? Not specifically. What is it for? Man, I don’t even know. Read More

  • Hands-on with the US-bound iRiver Story

    Guys! E-Book readers are everywhere at CES 2010. You should see it here. Anyone with a Chinese manufactuering contract seems to have one. (More to come, get excited) But there are only a few that are worth your time and ours. The iRiver Story is one of these and the good news is that you’ll be able to buy one real soon. Read More