CES2010 archive

  • Toshiba L9300 84-inch 4K UHDTV pictures and eyes-on
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    Toshiba L9300 84-inch 4K UHDTV pictures and eyes-on

    By 7 January 2013

    When it comes to the next generation of TV display technology, Toshiba is right up there with the biggest brands. It has an 84-inch Ultra High-Definition TV set (4K) to compete with similar models from Samsung, LG, Sony and all. And Pocket-lint was invited...

  • 2010: A year in review, January
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    2010: A year in review, January

    By 26 December 2010

    2011 is nearly upon us and with that comes one of the biggest events in the tech calendar - the CES show in Las Vegas. But before we take a look at the products of the future, it's time to take a fun walk down memory lane as we look back at the biggest...

  • Luke-warm reception forces Google TV delay
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    Luke-warm reception forces Google TV delay

    By 20 December 2010

    Google TV looks as though it could be struggling due to some decidedly luke-warm reviews of its internet-based TV service. Although Google already has an outlet for the internet-TV service, through Sony televisions which went on sale in October 2010,...

  • CES explained
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    CES explained

    By 15 December 2010

    Every year, around this time, we start banging on about something called CES. If you're a seasoned tech fan, then chances are that you know only too well what we're bleating about. However, if you're a newbie to the world of gadgets, or to Pocket-lint,...

  • Sony Dash goes international
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    Sony Dash goes international

    By 4 July 2010

    Sony's Dash radio alarm clock  - come rss feed reader/weather device - that is currently only available in the US is now still only currently available in the US. The difference, however, is that Sony, whilst not moving to sell the Dash outside of the...

  • First Look: Spring Design Alex ebook reader review
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    First Look: Spring Design Alex ebook reader review

    By 19 January 2010

    eBook readers are starting to gather pace, and that means there are now plenty to choose from. Spring Design's Alex ebook reader sprung on to the scene late last year, and has already garnered interest because of its similarities to the Barnes & Noble...

  • First Look: Plastic Logic Que proReader review
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    First Look: Plastic Logic Que proReader review

    By 18 January 2010

    While most ebook readers will offer you the chance to read a book, the Plastic Logic Que proReader takes a different approach - it's more geared to reading the newspaper, letting you check your email and calendar. But will it work? We got hands-on at...

  • Wii gets sniper rifle accessory
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    Wii gets sniper rifle accessory

    By 15 January 2010

    At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a company called CTA Digital was exhibiting a couple of "Sniper Guns" for the Wii and PS3. Nothing for the Xbox 360, though, we're afraid. The Wii version is a white Sniper Rifle that even comes with a steadying...

  • First Look: Razer Onza Xbox 360 controller  review
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    First Look: Razer Onza Xbox 360 controller review

    By 14 January 2010

    The Xbox 360 has been around for some time with gamers fairly happy with the performance of the included controllers. So what makes gaming peripheral maker, Razer, believe it has the answer with the Razer Onza? We got hands-on at CES in Las Vegas to...

  • Chumby planning Sunfury tablet PC
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    Chumby planning Sunfury tablet PC

    By 14 January 2010

    At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a successor to the much-loved Chumby device has been uncovered in a discreet corner of chip-maker Marvell's stand. Guess what - it's a tablet PC. According to the spec sheet, it has a 7-inch display, 800...

  • First Look: Motorola Backflip review
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    First Look: Motorola Backflip review

    By 14 January 2010

    Motorola, after years in the wilderness has jumped back on the world stage with the launch of the well-received CLIQ/DEXT and subsequently the Motorola Droid and its UK equivalent, the Motorola Milestone. But can the Motorola Backflip carry on the success?...

  • Thumbplay launches streaming music service
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    Thumbplay launches streaming music service

    By 13 January 2010

    Thumbplay, a service that delivers ringtones and mobile games in the States, has launched a streaming music service at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The offering has content from all four major labels, as well as a host of independent aggregators,...

  • The top 5 business gadgets at CES 2010
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    The top 5 business gadgets at CES 2010

    By 13 January 2010

    Prepare to treat this sneaky work time reading as research - expense it against your taxable profits. CES may be the Consumer Electronics Show, but the discerning businessmen out there will have spotted an investment opportunity in one or two of the gadgets...

  • The best of CES 2010
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    The best of CES 2010

    By 13 January 2010

    Another year and another CES is over, but what were the best gadgets shown in Las Vegas? What should you look forward to and what should you be putting on your Christmas list for 2010 right now? Here are Stuart Miles' top five gadgets of the show: ...

  • What CES 2010 did for... gaming
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    What CES 2010 did for... gaming

    By 13 January 2010

    It was a pleasure to see that the show floor wasn't awash with Guitar Hero and Rock Band accessories this year at CES, with the one exception aside. The show isn't known for its services to gaming with E3 the big event of the year, but there were still...

  • What CES 2010 did for...gadgets
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    What CES 2010 did for...gadgets

    By 13 January 2010

    Behind the big stands of the Samsungs, Sonys and SanDisks of this world lie the thousands of the smaller gadgets that make CES the rich tech fest that it is. It's normally here you'll find the most interesting bits and bobs and this year was no exception....

  • The five best robots of CES 2010
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    The five best robots of CES 2010

    By 13 January 2010

    Trawling certain parts of the show floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, you'd be forgiven for thinking that all anyone was interested in were batteries, air ionizers and solar panels. But dotted in amongst the plethora of tiny Korean,...

  • Razer creates advanced Wii Remote for PC gaming
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    Razer creates advanced Wii Remote for PC gaming

    By 13 January 2010

    Razer is to release a new motion controller for PC gamers allowing them to interact with games and software by waving their arms around. The new motion controllers, which are expected to be available later this year, will give gamers the ability to control...

  • Violent video games worse than porn, claims porn star
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    Violent video games worse than porn, claims porn star

    By 13 January 2010

    At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, infamous porn star Ron Jeremy has labelled violent video games as having "a much bigger negative influence on kids" than porn. Jeremy made the comments in a session called "The Great Porn Debate". "Studies...

  • Razer Onza Xbox 360 controller takes console gaming professional
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    Razer Onza Xbox 360 controller takes console gaming professional

    By 13 January 2010

    Razer, the company that specialises in professional gaming mice and keyboards, has moved into the world of console gaming with the news that they will be launching an Xbox 360 controller for gamers looking for a bit more control. The new controller,...

  • Audi turns to Nvidia Tegra to power dashboard
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    Audi turns to Nvidia Tegra to power dashboard

    By 12 January 2010

    Audi has turned to graphics processor maker Nvidia to power its car's dashboards in the future, the car company announced at CES in Las Vegas. The news means that from 2010, all Audi models will be "equipped with the third-generation multimedia interface...

  • iPhone gets musical with Ion iDiscover piano bolt-on
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    iPhone gets musical with Ion iDiscover piano bolt-on

    By 12 January 2010

    Ion, the company behind the USB turntable is keen to allow people to do more with their iPhone than make calls it seems with a new piano bolt-on announced at CES in Las Vegas. The iDiscover Keyboard enables users to place their iPhone or iPod touch into...

  • What CES 2010 did for...laptops
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    What CES 2010 did for...laptops

    By 12 January 2010

    This year's CES was always going to be a showcase for Intel's 2010 line up of processors. It was either the Atoms, the ULVs or the Core i series depending on which size of laptop was on offer. Samsung told Pocket-lint some time ago that the peak of the...

  • Panasonic Portable Blu-ray gets second outing
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    Panasonic Portable Blu-ray gets second outing

    By 12 January 2010

    Panasonic has released two new versions of its portable Blu-ray player, the B15, first seen at CES 2009 for those who want high-definition movies on the go on a small screen. While Blu-ray can't really be appreciated under 40-inches that hasn't stopped...

  • LG and Panasonic Skype TVs hands-on
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    LG and Panasonic Skype TVs hands-on

    By 12 January 2010

    LG and Panasonic launched the VoIP service, Skype, for the their TV's at CES in Las Vegas, but what is the interface going to look like and how easy will it be to make a video call? Pocket-lint went hands on with both offerings at the world's largest...