Samsung's CES press conference Wednesday was certainly not a modest event by any stretch of the imagination, with the firm showing off everything from pencil thin 3D TVs, to eReaders, phones, cameras, displays, music players, notebooks, photo frames and printers.
Microsoft was struggling with power problems Wednesday night as Steve Ballmer's keynote was delayed by intermittent moments of darkness.
Sony CEO Howard Stringer and Sony Electronics president Stan Glasgow kicked off the company's CES 2010 keynote address by extolling the virtues of everything 3D.
AMD has refreshed its ATI Mobility Radeon lineup with a number of DX11 capable graphic processors for notebook computers.
That nice chap and top graphics analyst Jon Peddie no doubt finds himself right now embroiled in the awful Consumer Electronics Show in glitzy Las Vegas.
LG must have felt a little cheated at its CES Vegas press conference this morning, what with its main announcement – an alliance with Skype to bring phone calls to your living room – having been pipped to the post by a Panasonic announcement of the same deal yesterday.
CES has a well-earned reputation for being the stage on which shiny new toys are unveiled, and HP hasn’t disappointed us this year, with the TM2, a successor to HP’s first convertible multitouch offering, the TX2, a laptop and tablet all-in-one.
Lenovo has introduced a $1,000 hybrid notebook tablet with a detachable screen.
Microvision is showcasing its ultra-mini Showwx pico projector at CES 2010.
A British ISP has posted an attack on U2 frontman, Saint Bono of Solipsis, advising him to shut it.
A computer scientist reckons he's calculated pi to a record 2.7 trillion digits - on a PC.
The message from CES is that if your USB gizmo ain't got USB 3.0, it ain't worth a damn.
NASA's Solar and Helioscopic Observatory (SOHO) has captured footage of a comet being swallowed by the sun.
Polaroid said it has signed a deal with singer Lady Gaga. She'll be the creative director for specialist Polaroid imaging products.
The Google Nexus one drops into a very interesting window. By any measure it is as big a potential hit as the Palm Pre was at CES last but then the excitement pretty much died out for the Palm Pre and while it was likely the hottest phone Sprint had in 2009, we’re talking Sprint, so that didn’t mean much.
Google finally went public with the introduction of the Nexus phone, manufactured by Taiwanese handset maker HTC.
The winners of the 2009 Darwin Awards have been announced, and for the first time ever there's a woman on the shortlist.
Giant Korean company Samsung is set to introduce a number of next generation OLED displays at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Proving that you can perhaps put a price tag on stupidity, a gamer has handed over real cash for a pretend spacecraft.
Death is bad for business, says social networking site Facebook.
VOIP firm Skype said that it will enable video calls for 720p high definition displays, so you can see your friends' acne in high resolution detail.
Now that Taipei 101 is no longer the world's tallest tower, the owners of the erection are trying to get one over on Dubai's bigger one.
A Welsh researcher warns that sloppy spelling and grammar is dumbing down the language.
Two Zurich architects are producing 'blow-up' metal objects up to six meters across, thanks to a new welding robot.
New satellite images suggest that Mars was warm enough to sustain lakes as recently as three billion years ago.
Lenovo has debuted an ARM-based smartbook powered by Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon chipset platform.
Lenovo has introduced a number of IdeaPad laptops and IdeaCentre desktops, including a capacitive, multitouch netbook-tablet combo and the “industry’s thinnest” all-in-one desktop PC.
Nvidia and Weta Digital have developed an advanced ray-tracing system that is capable of quickly and accurately processing billions of polygons.
John Paczkowski of Digital Daily reports that Apple has scheduled a media event at the San Francisco Yerba Buena Center on January 27, 2010.
NASA's Kepler space telescope has discovered five planets located outside of our solar system.
Sprint and Skiff have introduced an e-reader optimized for newspaper and magazine content.
Now this rumor would really put the cat among the pigeons.
Google's Chrome has pushed Apple's Safari into fourth place in the overall browser rankings for December.
An ARM-based reference smartbook for under $200 marks Freescale's adventure into challenging the hegemony of Intel.
It's a good thing spammers can't spell.