We check out Toshiba’s Qosimo X505 laptop at CES.
We get a demo of Toshiba’s new Motion Gesture Technology that comes with their Cell TVs.
We get the scoop from Toshiba on their new Mini NB305 netbook.
We check out Toshiba’s Satellite M505 touch-screen capable laptop.
Possibly the hottest eReader of this year’s CES, the new Plastic Logic QUE proReader is demoed for us.
3D television may be the most talked about topic at this year’s CES. We check out a demo and gets Scott Steinberg’s opinion on the future of 3D TV.
We go hands-on with one of the hottest eBook readers at CES this year.
We go hands-on with the new E6 and E101 ebook readers at Samsung’s CES booth.
Marc Saltzman explains the basics behind television widgets and how they are starting to be broadly implemented.
We get the scoop on Eye-Fi’s hot new wireless memory card, the Pro X2.
We head to Toshiba’s CES booth for a closer look at their Cell TV.
Our resident ThinkPad aficionado takes a lap with Lenovo’s revamped Chiclet-style keyboard, and surprisingly, puts his own skepticism to rest.
Despite buzz surrounding 3D TV, tablet PCs and connected devices, CES 2010 is clearly Google’s to own.
A full color LCD screen with the familiar Google Android interface sets Spring Design’s Alex e-book reader apart from the growing pack at CES.
3D Televisions are everywhere in 2010, but we doubt the TV viewing world’s willingness to quickly take the plunge.