Samsung debuted its monstrous 3D TV, as well as a variety of more consumer-friendly devices at CES today.
Microsoft's CES 2011 keynote with Steve Ballmer brought word of improvements to Kinect and even an early preview of Windows 8 that could drastically change the course of the OS.
Alongside a host of 3D Internet TVs, Panasonic also shows off two new Lumix cameras, complete with 3D capability, and five new 3D-capable camcorders.
Intel's CES 2011 press conference brought the long-awaited launch of Sandy Bridge processors, Intel Insider for HD movies on PCs, and some interesting toys on the way.
All in all, a mixed bag from Casio this year, but the company did offer a look at its innovative camera body concept.
Engadget is reporting that its spotted an iPad 2 case complete with a mockup device at CES. We’re currently trying to track down the product’s exhibitors, Chinese company Dexim, but until then this first glimpse is revealing a little more about the…
Fujifilm brings some new additions to its current lines, and adds the far-zooming but slim T Series.
Asus' Eee Slate EP121 packs notebook hardware into a 12.1-inch tablet form factor, including a Core i5 processor, 64GB SSD, and even a Wacom digitizer.
A lawsuit against Netflix and Walmart accuses the two companies of conspiring to run Blockbuster online rentals out business, while also maintaining their respective strongholds on the market.
AOL is looking for new blood, and where better to advertise than Silicon Valley?
We'll have a more hands-on look on January 7, but for now here are a few updates on the Samsung Galaxy Player, now for up for preorder in the UK.