The iPad was set to add a new dimension to portable gaming. Did it succeed? Yes and no. It supported casual gaming to a degree but it was never meant to be a serious competitor for those seeking hardcore gaming. Could the Razer Switchblade Gaming Netbook change this? Again it’s yes and no.
As Geeks everywhere head home from Las Vegas sporting CES swag including Monster Power Outlet’s to Go and about a dozen small USB sticks, the Vegas strip breaths a sign of relief as CES draws to a close. These Geeks know how to party with their laptops, er tablets! So, when CES 2011 is in… Continue reading CES 2011: CES Winners and Losers
The new Ford Focus Electric was announced by Ford CEO Alan Mulally in a keynote speech at CES. With claims that the car will provide better mile-per-gallon equivalent (mpg-e) than the Chevy Volt and a full recharge in three to four hours which is half the time required to recharge the electric Nissan Leaf, the… Continue reading CES 2011: 2012 Ford Focus Electric
Green technologies have been hot for the past four to five years at CES, and 2011 was no exception with everything from energy-efficient gadgets to fully electric cars were on display at CES this year. Below are seven Green trends spotted at the 2011 CES show: The first green trend includes a rebranding of the… Continue reading CES 2011: Green Trends
The Motorola Xoom tablet won the coveted top honors at the Best of CES awards in Las Vegas and leads the crowded tablet market introduced at CES as the front-runner to compete against the juggernaut Apple iPad. Motorola Mobility’s hotly awaited tablet computer, the “Xoom,” will be available in the first quarter of the year… Continue reading CES 2011: Motorola Xoom Tablet Best CES Gadget
As CES starts to wind down, the official CES awards were presented for the top gadgets at the “Last Gadget Standing” competition. The NOOKcolor was honored with the “People’s Choice Award” with the popular Nook eReader’s foray into a full-screen color touchscreen. Votes were cast online by tech enthusiasts.
Barnes & Noble’s NOOKcolor won the “People’s Choice Award” at the Last Gadget Standing competition in Las Vegas at CES 2011. With over 60% of total votes and 5,000 votes by consumers and technology lovers online, the NOOKcolor won in a landslide. In addition to winning the “People’s Choice Award”, the gadget was selected as… Continue reading CES 2011: Barnes & Noble NOOKcolor Wins “People’s Choice Award”
Yup, we’re featuring yet another tablet, but let’s face it – that’s the hot product this year kicked off of course by the iPad last year. This time it’s the Dell Streak 7, a 4G tablet that will run T-Mobile’s 4G network. As the name implies, the Streak 7 is a 7″ tablet with a multi-touch 800×480… Continue reading CES 2011: Dell shows off 7″ Streak tablet. Could be a 10″ later too
Motorola is making a big splash in the tablet market with their Android 3.0 (Honeycomb)-powered Xoom tablet which will run on Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
So far, this seems like a very smartphone- and 4G-heavy CES. For example, Verizon announced 10 new 4G LTE devices including smartphones, notebooks and tablets. Smartphones include the LG Revolution, the HTC Thunderbolt, one from Samsung , and the Motorola Droid Bionic (when are they going to run out of relevant names for that line… Continue reading CES 2011: Verizon getting 10 new 4G LTE devices