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CES 2012: Nvidia talks Tegra 3 and tablets

At its CES press conference today, Nvidia focused almost exclusively on tablets including the announcement of an Asus 7-inch tablet with a quad-core processor and Android 4.0 for $249 and a demo of a Tegra 3 tablet running Windows 8.

January 9, 2012

How long has Bob Muglia's departure been brewing?

Sometimes the other shoe of an executive's departure drops pretty quickly. We wondered why the CEO of AMD was on his way out right after what seemed like a pretty successful CES for the combined CPU and GPU that AMD dubs an 'advanced' processor unit (it's last year's discrete GPU at a bargain price and with good battery life) in favour of someone who the company thinks can deliver "significant growth, establish market leadership and generate superior financial returns".

January 11, 2011 by

CES 2011: Intel's Sandy Bridge chips, with DRM?

Intel duly unveiled its long awaited and widely trailed Sandy Bridge chips at its CES 2011 press conference yesterday (Wednesday). The story was exactly what we expected, in terms of (a) delivering more powerful new versions of the Core iX range*, and (b) including HD graphics on the processor.

January 6, 2011 by

CES: Motorola Droid Bionic specs

At CES 2011, Verizon and Motorola unveiled the latest Droid smartphone, the Droid Bionic, which runs on Google Android. It's a 4G handset that has a 2GHz dual-core processor.

January 6, 2011 by

CES 2011: Nvidia is developing its first CPU

Most of Nvidia's press conference at CES was devoted to its Tegra 2 processor for smartphones and tablets, but CEO Jen-Hsun Huang saved one big surprise for the end, a project to develop a high-performance CPU for PCs and servers based on the ARM.

January 5, 2011 by

CES 2011: AMD's Fusion APUs arrive in new laptops

Getting a jump on Intel, AMD announced its first Fusion processors on the eve of CES 2011. Like Intel's Sandy Bridge processors, AMD's Accelerated Processing Units combine a CPU and a graphics processor on a single die, but these low-power APUs are designed for different sorts of laptops, netbooks and desktops.

January 4, 2011 by

CES: Iomega TV with Boxee introduced; 1080p HD playback, up to 2TB of storage space

Iomega has teamed up with Boxee for a new digital home entertainment option that will debut at CES 2011 in Las Vegas this week.Powered by an Intel CE4100 processor for full HD 1080p playback, the Iomega TV with Boxee set-up sports the obvious (a Boxee media player for accessing Internet-based content), but also optional hard drive space for the owner's personal multimedia collection.

January 3, 2011

CES 2010: QUE proReader lets you work with documents, not just read them

I just returned from the Plastic Logic press event on the CES 2010 show floor where they unveiled everything about the QUE proReader. If you are looking for another ebook reader to compete with the nook, Kindle, or Sony Reader then you might as well stop reading this post now and look for my other articles because this is NOT a competitor to those devices that are focused on ebook reading. The QUE proReader is a device for the mobile business professional who wants to take their electronic file cabinet with them on the go to read and work with their documents. My engineering office is almost entirely paperless and we do everything digitally so I can easily see where this device will fill the gap between the small screen smartphone and the heavy, processor intensive laptop.

January 7, 2010 by

Nexus One has four available prices with one subsidized plan option

If you are a smartphone enthusiast I am sure you have seen all the coverage of the Google Nexus One from today. I see that attendees at the press conference received a device and am bummed I didn't get an invite or I would have hopped over before CES. If you follow me on Twitter you will know I kept saying this was no big deal and while the hardware is nice there were no game changers. There were no killer surprises, but I have a very tough time resisting any device that supports T-Mobile's 3.5G wireless data network and readers knew I would give in a buy one. I have played with the HD2 and 1GHz Snapdragon so am looking forward to this processor on an Android device with an OLED display and voice text entry field support.

January 5, 2010 by

Sorry OQO owners, no more support or repair service for you

OQO made some very cool, yet expensive, highly portable Windows computers with integrated QWERTY keyboards and announced their latest model 02+ with OLED display and Atom processor at CES 2009. That device was never delivered and it turns out that OQO could no longer remain in business. Unfortunately, it sounds like current owners of these expensive devices are up a creek without a paddle when it comes to any needed repair or support service. If you have an issue with your device, there is no one at the company available to provide support.

May 22, 2009 by

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