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CES 2011: ASUS shows off new Eee laptops and slates

ASUS has a new set of very cool-looking laptops in their Eee line. First is the Eee Pad MeMO which has 7″ touch screen and will run Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) and comes with a stylus for writing.

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CES 2011: Next version of Windows to run on ARM processors

Microsoft announced that the next version of Windows will soon run on ARM processors, in addition of course to x86 chips from Intel and AMD. So what’s an ARM processor anyway?┬áDeveloped and licensed to other chip makers by ARM Holdings, it’s the most commonly used CPU in smartphones and tablets. Get the picture now? Microsoft […]

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Star Wars movies getting the Blu-ray treatment!

Sure, it’s not a gadget and this is very early news, but there’s a good chance that if you’re into gadgets, you’re into Star Wars. You are now forewarned that Lucasfilm is dropping all 6 Star Wars films (I-VI) in a Blu-ray boxset come September 2011. Only 9 nail-biting months to go…

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CES 2011: Motorola drops Atrix 4G phone for AT&T, along with Laptop Dock

Motorola has an interesting new product that looks like a laptop, but it really isn’t. It’s actually a dock for their new ATRIX 4G HSPA+ phone which will run Android 2.2 (Froyo) and work on AT&T’s mobile network. Back to this dock, it’s really just a full laptop keyboard and trackpad with a dock in […]

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CES 2011 kicks off in Las Vegas

Another year has flown by, and CES (the┬áConsumer Electronics Show) is upon us once more. It remains to be seen what the huge announcement or gadget will be, if in fact one stands out. Lots of folks were hoping for an iPhone to appear on Verizon, but that doesn’t look likely in the next few […]

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CES 2010: Gunnar Optiks Shows Off Stylish 3D Glasses

The big thing at CES this year was 3D, and Gunnar Optiks unveiled a line of stylish 3D glasses. We previously reviewed Gunnar Optiks glasses from last year’s CES, and it seems the company is only getting bigger. Although the 3D glasses aren’t available yet, Gunnar also showed off its MLG branded glasses. Gunnar’s non-3D […]

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CES 2010: Blio eReader is Free Software-Only Reader – Why It May Be Important

While we were inundated with hardware eReaders at CES, Blio took an intermediate step and made a (free) software eReader than can run on laptops, netbooks, desktops, tablets and even iPhones and iPods. Designed in part by inventor Ray Kurzweil, the Blio is a free piece of software that you can download for your Windows […]

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CES 2010: Monsoon’s Volcano Box is Audio-Video Swiss Army Knife – DVR, Placeshifter, Internet TV and More

HAVA maker, Monsoon Multimedia, is still in the gadget game and in particular, the multimedia multi-function types located right at the heart of your AV rig. At CES, they announced and demoed their latest device, the Volcano, which does a slew of things. Sling should be prying this open soon with a microscope close behind. […]

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USB 3.0 (SuperSpeed) is Fast! What to Expect and When

Although the specs for USB 3.0 were nailed down in late 2008, production of devices that support or run USB 3.0 have really only now started showing up. Here’s a bit of insight as to what you can expect in the next 2 years. At CES, a few manufacturers showed off their USB 3.0 wares. […]

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CES 2010: Lego Universe is an MMO for Families

Lego is not normally a company one associates with CES, but they are there demoing their brand new MMO game, Lego Universe. Lego Universe allows players to make friends, explore, battle, and in particular build using Lego bricks of course! [press release] Promo video:

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