Netflix launches all-you-can-eat movie streaming

Watching movies on your computer screen isn’t for everyone, but if you enjoy watching films on your desk, then this may be the best offer yet: Unlimited streaming of movies and TV episodes that is included with certain subscription plans.

Macbook, iTunes rental announcements expected at Macworld

CES is over and done with, leaving all eyes fixated on the looming Macworld convention as Apple fans ponder over what new gadgets will be unveiled.

Wii Fit hits one million sales in Japan

Nintendo's unique workout software for the Wii is already a smashing success in Japan, reaching a million unit sales since its launch last month.

HD DVD player prices plummet

Last week's CES was supposed to be an opportunity for the fledgling HD DVD to prove itself, but outside circumstances led to it being more of a death knell for the format, and now player prices are less than half of their respective pre-holiday MSRPs.

VIEVU, the wearable PVR made by cops

Las Vegas (NV) – Leave it up to some Seattle-based police officers to create THE coolest gadget we’ve seen at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.  The VIEVU PVR-PRO device is about the same size as a pager and it digitally records video with a flick of your fingers.  Snap the lens cover down and it’s recording, snap it back up and the recording stops.

Sony drops DRM on Amazon MP3

Sony BMG will be joining Amazon MP3 as the last of the four major music labels to offer music download without copy protection.

Iriver releases Swarovski edition of its Mickey Mouse MP3 player

Is the Consumer Electronics Show on its last leg?

Analyst Opinion - There were great events and some amazing things at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES. Warner Brothers started off by blind siding Toshiba with a move to go exclusively with Blu-Ray, Bill Gates set the date he would officially leave Microsoft with a great video, Intel pointed towards the future of really cool tiny computers and AMD brought out its Live Ultra home entertainment platform. But I still walked away with the impression that the grand CES may be dying.

Sony cancels 20 GB and 60 GB PS3s in Japan

CES 2008: Big TVs for a big show

CES 2008: Taiwan-based TV makers highlighting 42-inch and larger LCD TVs

CES 2008: Samsung OLED TVs coming in 2010

Playstation 3 firmware update to bring in-game "cross media bar"

Users will soon be able to access PS3 console settings, send instant messages, and scroll through other system options while in the middle of a game.

Flyvo portable WiMax gaming device heading for U.S. market

Las Vegas (NV) – Posbro, a Korean manufacturer of the Flyvo G100 portable game device today said that it will be establishing a “mobile WiMax online game business” in the United States.  

Kodak to expand inkjet printer line

Kodak will launch a new, sleeker inkjet printer with a glossy black finish to complement its existing products which launched about a year ago. We have the details and pictures direct from the CES show floor.

Up close and personal with Philips' "design collection" and 3D HDTVs

Las Vegas (NV) - We rolled around the Philips CES booth today and found a lot of interesting-looking stuff, including the company's much touted "design collection" form factor and a TV that can produce a 3D picture without the need for nerdy glasses. Check out the Philips booth from CES 2008...

New Line crosses the line to Blu-ray exclusivity

New Line Cinema, a sister company of Warner Bros, has confirmed that it will follow the move to go exclusively to Blu-ray Disc.

Wii, MTV, Second Life among winners of 2008 tech & engineering Emmy awards

The 59th annual technology & engineering Emmy awards ceremony was held last night in the midst of all the CES madness, and we have details from some of the big winners.

CES: Westinghouse gives us a peak at wireless HDTVs

We had the opportunity to take a behind-closed-doors look at Westinghouse's newly announced wireless HDTV sets, as well as several other interesting products it had on display.

CES: Blu-ray movies to be playable on PSP by year's end

Las Vegas (NV) - Despite a nearly unprecedented level of anticipation, there really wasn't much to take away from today's Blu-ray press conference at CES, but a couple of the interactivity features seem promising.The press conference actually started out in mild chaos, after countless people who pre-registered to guarantee a spot were not on the list.  Turnout ended up being quite manageable, though, so I'm pretty sure everyone was able to get in.