Some bittersweet CES news for "Windows Warriors": an exciting update regarding Microsoft's XBox Kinect was met with the announcement that this will be the company's final keynote at the annual Las Vegas show.
ESPN and Slacker announced at the Consumer Electronics Show that they've teamed up to start live streaming of ESPN Audio's games and programming. In other words, there's no reason you have to miss Sportscenter's recap of the Golden State Warriors' epic sweep of the Miami Heat.
Hewlett Packard's newest laptop, the ENVY 14 Spectre, could make for some interesting competition against Apple's lightweight laptops and others of its kind. Not only is the Spectre ultra light and thin, but it's covered in a very sleek, scratch-resistant glass.
Think a kicking Mercedes-Benz ride couldn't get any cooler? Now it's basically a smart phone with wheels.
Asus announced that their MeMo 370T tablet will come in 16GB or 32GB sizes and start at a mere $250. The machine will come with a quad-core Tegra 3 chip for souped-up power.
Microsoft introduced a lot of new products during their keynote last night at the Consumer Electronics Show; about halfway through, though, they also decided to roll out the single weirdest thing we've ever seen at CES: the Tweet Choir.
New technology brings new competition to the companies at the Consumer Electronics Show. This year, the arsenal of choice seems to be "Smart TVs." All the major players, including Samsung and LG, are rolling out their newest lines for the tech hungry masses at CES.
The release of new TVs is old hat to the folks at the Consumer Electronics Show. For its part, LookeeTV doesn't actually sell any actual traditional television models, however it could make an interesting addition to your plasma behemoth.
With All Access: CES coverage beginning today at 1 pm e / 10 am p, wouldn't you think iJustine might be juggling a few too many plates to show her fans what the setup looks like? Think again. Check out a video the "GTTV" star shot behind-the-scenes at CES.
The Consumer Electronics Show is where all the drool-worthy gadgets make their debut. Cameras, tablets, flat-screen TVs the size of NBA players, smartphones, and all the other electronics that you have to have first show up here. And, thanks to Spike, you're going to be getting your first look.