Velocomp (www.ibikesports.com) introduced today iBike POWERHOUSETM, the world's first intelligent cycling computer that automatically adjusts to your exercise goals. Based on periodic assessments of your fitness improvements...
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Ninety-four companies will exhibit in the new Eureka Park TechZone at the 2012 International CES, a dedicated area in partnership with the National Science Foundation, Startup America Partnership, CNET and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), showcasing innovative start-ups and entrepreneurs.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), owner and producer of the 2012 International CES, today announced the adoption of several new sustainability practices at the 2012 CES, the world’s largest technology tradeshow, to be held in Las Vegas January 10-13.
So you waited until the last minute to complete your shopping list...luckily, your trusty friends at ECN are here to help. And praise the lord for that, because geeks are a tough crowd: They don’t bow to the fashion gods, patronize expensive beauty salons, or play anything that involves cardiovascular activity.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced today that Cherple, Dotz in a partnership with Paris Business Products, Sonomax Technologies Inc., Urban Green Energy Inc. and Wilson Electronics Inc. are the winners of the third annual Visit Me at CES 2012 exhibitor video contest.
Lighting Science Group announced today that its new low cost World Bulb—an omnidirectional 60-watt equivalent A19 LED bulb—has been selected as a 2012 International CES Best of Innovations Design and Engineering Award Honoree.
Movea announced today that it is making State of the Art gesture recognition and gesture database design capabilities available to Consumer Electronic OEMs and Systems Integrators though its ground breaking GestureBuilder software.
More than 330 technology companies based in the Northeast region of the United States (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont) will showcase their latest consumer electronics products at the 2012 International CES.
JEDEC Solid State Technology Association today announced its participation in the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, on January 12. CES, produced by the Consumer Electronics Association, is the preeminent showcase for the worldwide consumer electronics industry.
Hillcrest Labs today announced that two of its products, the Freespace MotionEngine and Scoop pointer, have each been named as International CES Innovations 2012 Design and Engineering Awards Honorees in two different categories.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced today its record number of automotive exhibitors at the upcoming 2012 International CES. At least six of the industry’s top ten manufacturers will showcase their latest technologies among CES' enhanced lineup of automotive technology exhibits...
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) today announced that Dr. Paul E. Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm Incorporated, will deliver the opening keynote address at the 2012 International CES. Jacobs' keynote will be part of the Technology and Evolving Countries (TEC) Program at the 2012 CES...
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) today announced that registration is open for the 2012 International CES, the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow, scheduled January 10-13, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
At this years Consumer Electronics show, the most interesting product I saw wasn’t a Windows 7 or an Android pad. Yawn. Perfectly fine products for sure, but not really new. Rather, simply a turn of the crank and put in an iPad like form factor.
Kent Perry with SanDisk discusses three new flash drives, including the 128 gb compact flash drive. purportedly the biggest card in the industry.
Eric Lind with Contour Energy Systems discusses their new 3 V battery system at CES 2011.
To paraphrase David Farragut, damn the sales figures; full speed ahead! If CES 2011 signaled anything, it was the industry’s intent on shoving 3D down our throats. The most vocal proponent, Sony, claims they’ll “lead the industry’s charge for 3D.” Yet for the industry, it’s more like a holy crusade.
Every tradeshow has these: the strange products, human snafus, and general quirkiness that characterizes a large organized event. CES 2011 was no exception. From the "Kegputer" to "eyes-only" video gaming, there was plenty of uniqueness on display. Enjoy!
While CES 2011 saw no big product launches (sorry, no Verizon iPhone), there was still plenty to see. Here's a short sampling of the highlights.
Jenni Balthrop with 3M Touch Systems demos a 23" Multi-Touch Display incorporating 3M's Projected Capacitive Technology.
Chad Lucien with Hillcrest Labs demos the Loop Pointer coupled with the Kylo TV internet browser. Download Kylo for free at http://kylo.tv/.
Nuvation Engineering has developed a custom battery management system, fuel gauge and driver interface for electric vehicles. The innovative system is currently featured on the OptaMotive 'E. Rex'. The OptaMotive 'E. Rex' is on display at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week at Maxim's booth 30869. Through a close partnership with Maxim, Nuvation engineers designed the
Silicon Hive Introduces Next Generation Scalable Solution for High-Performance Multi-Format Video DecodingJanuary 8, 2011 8:10 am | Product Releases | Comments
Silicon Hive B.V. announced the availability of HiveGo VSS3240, a complete video system solution IP product enabling Full HD 1080p multi-format video decoding for various standard and proprietary video coding formats up to 60fps and 62.5Mbps as used in connected HDTV, optical disks and Digital Media Adapters. The VSS3240 advanced multi-core architecture offers
Picochip unveiled its vision for next-generation femtocells, including picoXcell(tm) technology that will allow its customers to create an entire 3G cellular basestation in an ultra-small form factor such as a USB dongle. The concept of a basestation on a USB dongle is one of several Picochip developments in the spotlight at CES 2011