We saw the next generation of Intel hardware during this week at Intel?s developer forum. This hardware promises vastly greater performance or vastly less power consumption in what could be a completely new class of devices.
Designtechnica's Suzie Ridgeway takes a look at possible future hi-tech fashion trends through an episode overview of Bravo Network?s clothing designer reality show, ?Project Runway?.
We have the inside scoop, complete with images, of this year's Toshiba and Hitachi Line Shows. Come see the new products both companies plan on bringing to market.
Have you ever thought what it would be like to sit down in front of any computer, boot it up and have your favorite applications and files immediately at your fingertips?
Microsoft has announced their new Xbox 360, set to be released in 2005. Find out what type of hardware will be used along with some of the launch titles.
The 2005 Home Entertainment Show's goal is to reflect the current state of home entertainment products. Find out what's hot for 2005.
Designtechnica's coverage of the Mitsubishi annual line show in Orland, Florida.
Sony has cosolidated its 3 individual Zone Shows to one place, Las Vegas. Find out what Sony is show casing in their latest audio, video and HDTV products.
Catch a glimpse into the Intel's future development plans, read our coverage of Intel's 2005 Developer Forum.
In our 4th and final installment, new video and audio products that were revealed at CES 2004 from the likes of Pioneer, AKAI, Denon and others are described.
Part 3 of our CES 2005 Coverage. Dennis Barker reveals some of the new trends in television market.
Our part 2 coverage of CES 2005 focuses on home audio products, along with some random products we thought were cool.
Check out our Day 1 coverage of CES 2005. We highlight products from displays, media devices, IPTV based products and a some stand out, unique products.
With thousands of DVD recorders and DVD recordable computer drives set to be given as gifts this holiday season, one of the most confusing things has to be the multiple formats under which these devices operate.
Our CEDIA 2004 coverage continues with the latest in Video and Audio products.