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The upcoming Walkman Z could be considered to be Sony's answer to the Apple iPod Touch. The device runs Android 2.3 on a 4.3 inch touch screen, set at an 800x480 resolution.
Expected in the first half of 2012, the Walkman Z will come in just one color (black, with a purplish backing) and three capacities: 8GB ($249), 16GB ($279), and 32GB ($329). Read CNET's Donald Bell's report.
See the Walkman Z gallery.
While not as sexy as some of its other product introductions, Lenovo’s new desktop offerings include a pair of new all-in-ones and a full-fledged gaming PC from the Chinese manufacturer.
Both the IdeaCentre B540 and B340 all-in-ones come with an option for OneKey TV technology, which allows you to switch with just one button click between PC mode and using the display as a full-fledged TV.
Read more from Sean Portnoy.
CNET's Jaymar Cabebe describes how Aurasma, the augmented reality platform for Android and iOS, works: "You simply have to point your device's camera at something, and if the app's image recognition technology fires, then a 3D pop-up will appear. You can watch the pop-up as-is, overlayed on the object you're pointing at, or you can double-tap the pop-up to enlarge it and watch it like a video."