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Sony PS3 In 3D At CES 2010

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] If you’re into 3D gaming (like the rest of the world), and you happen to be at CES this year, you’ll certainly want to take some time and check out the PS3 gaming in 3D that Sony has set up. You’ll have to check it out to get...

Pegatron Also Showcases A Tablet

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] Pegatron, the OEM manufacturing arm of Asustek, has come up with the Pegatron slate (not the official name), which joins in on the tablet PC party at CES 2010. The device sports an 11.6-inch touchscreen, and will be powered by Windows 7 Home...

CES 2010: Day 2

01/09/2010, Here’s a “cheat sheet” on what we covered at CES Day 2, time to hit the sack, recuperate and be fresh and ready for Day 3! For the exhaustive list, hit the extended post. iTYPE Physical Keyboard For Your iPhoneSony Bloggie MP4 Camera...

Toshiba dynadock V universal USB docking station

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] Toshiba has expanded their line of dynadock Universal USB Docking Stations by introducing the latest dynadock V. As long as you’re running a Windows-powered machine with a free USB 2.0 port, that ought to be enough to make it play nice...

SteelSeries StarCraft II Limited Edition ZBoard Keyset

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] SteelSeries, a gaming hardware company, has teamed up with Blizzard to announce the StarCraft II Limited Edition ZBoard Keyset. This is rather interesting as the game itself isn’t out on the market just yet. The design is based on the...

Syndiant offers high resolution pico projector

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] Syndiant is currently showing off a prototype pico projector that throws out images in 1,024 x 600 resolution, coming in a size that can fit into just about any shirt pocket. It was developed in partnership with Hong Kong’s ASTRI R&D...

Wi2Wi Mobile Embedded Hotspot introduced

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] Wi2Wi announced their latest Mobile Embedded Hotspot technology that introduces the capabilty of turning any business and consumer electronic device armed with an Internet connection into an impromptu, pocket-sized wireless hotspot which can...

CES: Day 1 Wrap Up

01/08/2010, Are you gutted that you missed CES this year? Well, no worries, we’re at CES busy getting the latest scoop for you, so check out the latest news from CES below: ioGear Wireless HD Kit: Wireless HD broadcasting right in your own home. Ditch your...

Sony Bloggie MP4 Camera MHS-PM5

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Last year Sony unveiled its Webbie camcorder series, and here is its successor the Bloggie MHS-PM5 with the same rotating tat swivels 270 degrees. The major difference is the SD compatibility, we finally can get rid of the Memory Stick! The...

Identity MID phone prototype

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Now this might be hot when it hits the market (hopefully) at the end of the year if Identity is able to find a mobile carrier (or carriers) as their partner(s). Touting to go up head-to-head against the iPhone, Identity hopes to price their MID...

Identity Media CPE C1

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Identity seems pretty bent on the Android idea, which is a good thing since we would like to see more and more hardware manufacturers adopt Android to see what they can come up with for the mass market. The prototype Media CPE C1 was on...

Identity SoIP S1

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] This is a hidden gem from the floors of CES, with Identity of Korea unveiling their SoIP S1 device. Currently in a prototype form factor, what you see here is meant to run on the Android operating system with it sitting squarely in your living...

Toyota Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Talk about pimping your ride – this fully kitted out Toyota Tacoma has been fitted with the latest technological advancements that aims to satisfy the gaming community who want an alternative playing experience. We won’t be...

Lingo Xplorer 52

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] The world’s a global village now, eh, but communicating with folks from other countries might not be as easy as you think especially with a language divide. The Lingo Xplorer 52 is here to help, where it supports 52 different languages...