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posted in December 2010
Fourteen phone manufacturers have committed to using the new MicroUSB-based design when developing phone charging devices beginning in 2011.
The 72-inch, LED-backlit TV will be revealed at CES, along with mobile 3D televisions.
The Android 2.2-based Galaxy Player is modeled after the popular Galaxy S smartphone, will be revealed at CES, according to reports.
The DS1511+ network attached storage server for small and midsize businesses delivers 197 MB/sec reading speed under RAID 5.
Lesser known manufacturers, including ECS, MSI, Indamixx, and Asus, offer sneak peeks at the products they'll put up against HP, Motorola, and other well-known brands in January.
The three versions are expected to be updated editions of the less than successful Slate tablet.
The operating system would offer multitasking capabilities to the low-power processor that dominates tablets and handheld devices, say reports.
The 14.1-inch touchscreen device, geared at students, offers access to digital textbooks in Kno's e-bookstore.
The firmware update would improve motion sensing accuracy and allow more data to pass through to the Xbox 360, according to reports.
Many customers have complained that a leather e-reader accessory causes the device to freeze, reboot, and lose their page.
The Taiwanese company's $3 billion project is viewed as vital to helping the island maintain a competitive tech edge over South Korea.
The entertainment-focused ZiiO 7" tab includes the Pure Android Audio application and Creative's X-Fi Crytalizer, which the company claims provides a superior experience over "conventional tablets that offer mediocre sound."
The leader in e-reader chips is powering 11 tablet PCs, including a growing number of Chinese white box devices.
The high-end computers are integrated with the new AMD Radeon HD 6900 series graphics cards, adding enhanced performance.
Retailers report sluggish sales on televisions with the latest bells and whistles.
The world's number two PC maker also expects its China business unit will comprise 20% of its total sales by 2015.
The Android 2.2-powered, 7-inch media device offers Google Mobile Services, VoIP, and access to more than 100,000 apps, games, and social networks.
More than 10,000 Internet videos and programs, including Funny or Die and Bablemusic, can be streamed on LG Blu-ray and home theater systems.
Linux-based software enables any Web content displayed on a smartphone, laptop, or tablet to be pushed to a television over Wi-Fi.
The blueSLR device allows an Apple iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch to control Nikon DSLR cameras from up to 300 feet away.
Hybrid device could generate energy from the environment, eliminating need for replacement batteries and power cords, particularly in remote places.
Department of Transportation proposal intended to reduce fatalities and injuries caused by backing-up cars.
System would let multiple people view 3D content simultaneously even as they move around a room.
The gadget will initially be offered through service providers for home-based devices and later integrated in set-top boxes.
The high-performance, low-power processors will support less expensive, small form factor wireless consumer electronics, including cell phones, cameras, gaming devices and tablet PCs.
Both the VPC220T all-in-one PC and the VX2258wm display have multi-touch capabilities, comply with Energy Star ratings and work with Windows 7.