Katharine Czechowski with Sungale describes the company's Kula TV device (Wi-Fi TV).
A photoblog (1/9/10) from the showfloor of CES 2010. Companies shown include Samsung, LG, Microsoft, Freescale, Interead, Panasonic, Toshiba, and JVC.
Richard Haden with Powermat demos the company's flagship product.
Michael Firth with Texas Instruments describes the company's wireless transceivers and audio amplifiers and gives a sound demo.
Doug Bartow with ADI describes their latest selection of fiber optic cables.
Stanley Song, Advanced Projects Engineer with Cannondale, describes a technology demo--a bike which uses Analog Devices accelerometers to detect bumps and hills, among other things.
Prasad Sristi with AMD describes the company's forthcoming Radeon HD 5670 graphics card.
A demonstration of the Mint Automatic Floor Cleaner from the show floor of CES 2010. The Mint uses "Northstar Guidance" to track where it cleans.
A photoblog (1/8/10) from the showfloor of CES 2010. Companies shown include AMD, Sungale, Powermat, Analog Devices, and TI.
International Rectifier introduced the IR3870M SupIRBuck integrated voltage regulator for notebook and desktop computers, game consoles, consumer electronics applications such as set top boxes, and general purpose point-of-load (POL) DC/DC converters. The IR3870M features a
Liquavista launched its latest technology platform LiquavistaColor, which offers full color capability with full interactivity and hi-fidelity video at ultra-low power to future advanced eReader devices.
PLX Technology, Inc. announced its NAS 7800 system-on-a-chip (SoC) family of consumer-friendly network attached storage (NAS) solutions. The top-end NAS 7825 version is said to enable higher levels of integration and functionality, thus supporting
DisplaySearch forecasts that the total stereoscopic 3D display market will grow from 0.7 million units and $902 million in revenues in 2008 to 196 million units and $22 billion in revenues in 2018...
A photoblog (1/7/10) from the showfloor of CES 2010. Companies shown include Asus, Nvidia, and Nokia.
Nvidia believes we’re “at the beginning of the tablet revolution.” To that end, they’ve introduced the Tegra processor, which purportedly bridges the gap between netbooks and smart phones.
Texas Instruments introduced two Class-D audio amplifiers for home entertainment applications. Capable of driving 600 W, the TAS5630 and TAS5631 are said to feature the highest stereo output power in the industry, more than
MIPS Technologies, a leading provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores, announced today integration of an optimized Yahoo! Widget Engine for MIPS-Based digital home devices.
Microvision, developer of light-scanning technologies for display and imaging products, unveiled its commercially available laser pico projector, the SHOWWX.
Toshiba is looking to redefine the “all-in-one device” with its “Cell TV,” an HD-3D LED TV poised for release in 2010. The Japanese company announced this potential game-changer at CES today.
StarTech.com, a leading manufacturer of A/V and digital signage connectivity solutions, has launched three new products in its Converge A/V “UTPE series” family of VGA over Cat 5 Extender devices
New content for mobile devices, interactive Web-connected TV, new screen sizes for portables, and apps galore are likely to be main attractions at the 2010 CES.
D-Link made lots of geeks and early adopters happy today by introducing the revolutionary Boxee Box by D-Link, winner of the CES Best of Innovations award in the Home Entertainment category.
The MPEG Industry Forum (MPEGIF), the world’s largest advocacy group for standard’s based digital television technologies, announced today the date for the first inaugural meeting of its recently launched 3DTV Working Group.
At just over a quarter-inch in overall height, the Skiff Reader is the thinnest e-reader announced to date. It features the largest and highest-resolution electronic-paper display yet unveiled in a consumer device, at 11.5" in size with a resolution of 1200 x 1600 pixels (UXGA).
Analog Devices, Inc. announced today that TEAC Corporation, a premier designer and manufacturer of professional audio equipment, has selected ADI’s Blackfin processor as the processing platform for its new PT-7 Chromatic Tuner/Recorder designed by TASCAM, the company’s recording equipment brand.