When in Vegas, it’s always nice to come across a friendly face, which is why TG Daily was delighted to find Roxxxy the sex robot at the Adult Entertainment Expo this weekend, slumped on a couch looking a little fatigued from all the action.
Despite his powerful gift of the gab, Nvidia’s Roy Taylor fell just short of winning CES’s prestigious “Last Gadget Standing” award for the firm’s sleek looking Tegra Tablet on Friday, as D-Link’s Boxee Box and Showwx’s Laser Pico Projector took joint first place.
CES wasn’t the only show brimming over with 3D announcements this past week, with the Adult Entertainment Expo also bursting out of the box to bring 3D content into people’s living rooms, albeit in a slightly different shade of blue than James Cameron’s Avatar.
LG representative Axel Voosen told TG Daily it will take engineers at least three years to design fully functional 3D-capable displays that do not require viewers to wear a special pair of glasses.
Adult film star Ron Jeremy has claimed that violent video games pose more of a danger to children than pornography.
Capcom offered TG Daily a sneak peek of the latest Lost Planet 2 build at a special CES 2010 demo held in the swanky Planet Hollywood hotel.
There seems to be something awry at Google. All you need to do is navigate over here and you'll see what.
MSI has introduced a motherboard that allows gamers to simultaneously run multiple GPUs from different companies.
Covering CES can certainly be challenging enough without having to worry about staying online for more than three minutes at a time.
Cyberlink is showcasing its 3D Blu-ray platform at CES 2010.
Ars Technica has an interesting take on the Google Nexus - Microsoft apparently thinks that offering a phone will dent the Android push.
You would think that any Consumer Electronics show would have decent Wifi, and perhaps a proper press lounge or two, but the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year has neither.
Memory firm Kingston Technology said it has started shipping 24GB DDR3 memory kits.
UK company Light Blue Optics (LBO) has launched an interactive projector that turns any flat surface into a 10 inch touch screen.
It took Intel CEO Paul Otellini only about a minute to mention Moore’s Law in his CES keynote on Thursday, remarking that the ‘law’ was “not a law of nature, but a law that reflects human inventiveness.”
About eight percent of human genetic material comes from a virus and not from our ancestors - and could be causing mutations and psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia.
Lady Gaga left her fans - and hordes of opportunistic photographers - waiting today as the popular pop diva arrived at the Polaroid conference over an hour fashionably late.
Plastic Logic has introduced its long-awaited Que proReader at CES 2010.
Palm introduced 7 graphics-intensive games for its webOS mobile platform at CES 2010.
Vuzix has debuted an $800 pair of video eyewear that offers users access to 67-inch displays of mixed and augmented reality.
Nvidia has introduced its second-generation Tegra processor for mobile devices.
Shivering in a UK county that's only two degrees Celsius colder than the South Pole, I'm beginning to think that on the whole I'd rather be in Las Vegas.
Opinion The foremost shock 'n' awe tech show in the world is a complete and utter waste of time.
Intel has introduced its 2010 Core family of processors, which include i7, i5 and i3 chips. The company also unveiled several product platform updates, such as Centrino Wi-Fi and WiMAX adapters.
Research in Motion has introduced a gizmo for BlackBerry users that lets you bore an audience to death by displaying a PowerPoint presentation wirelessly.
Another firm is set to jump on the e-reader bandwagon - and this time it's giant semiconductor company Texas Instruments.
When Apple introduces its tablet machine later on this month, it's unlikely to have an Intel chip inside.
It's not what you'd expect from all those moronic overheard conversations - but heavy cellphone users are apparently less likely to suffer from memory loss.
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.