Januar 7-10, 2008
HD DVD vs. Blu-ray: The battle of the CES booths
Walking between the Blu-ray Disc booth and the HD DVD booth at this year's CES is like walking between an amusement park and a decrepit morgue.
In a major blow to HD DVD, Warner announced tonight that it will now only release high-def movie on Blu-ray Disc. The HD DVD camp has canceled its CES press event and all one-on-one press meetings as a result.
Users will soon be able to send high definition signals to their HDTV sets without any physical cable connection, thanks to a new partnership between Westinghouse Digital and semiconductor company Pulse Link.
Sony talked a lot about its less highlighted divisions at today's press event, but said absolutely nothing about the PS3 and only mentioned the PSP in passing.
Solid state drives may be the new black at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Dozens of companies are showcasing their newest, fastest and largest flash drives and Intel is no exception.
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