One of the most striking things about pounding the show floor at CES this year was that the future of 3DTV in the home is inevitably going to be without glasses. Prototypes from LG, Toshiba and Sony all showed that glasses-less 3D is a possibility, and in some cases, it can even look pretty good. But you're going to need to boost the resolution.
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Last week we posted an exposé of Peep Wireless. Despite repeated attempts, we initially couldn't reach the company for comment, but founder Scott Redmond has since contacted us. He's nonplussed. For transparency's sake, we'd like to show you his objections.
According to sources at CES, Telstra has been pursuing handset manufacturers to deliver higher speed HSPA devices. With the industry starting to release LTE devices, Telstra has made it clear they want much faster NextG devices before any LTE trials take place. And we should see 14.4 from at least one maker in 2011.
Is it wrong for big names in geek culture to license out their brands to steal the hopes and dreams of gamblers everywhere? Welcome to the Dark Side, where one of the first things we saw after stepping off the flight to Las Vegas was a Star Wars slot machine. It seems in Vegas, nothing is sacred, so we've gathered a collection of some offenders below. And made bad jokes about them, too.
One day, you'll have a little tablet or phone, and carry it everywhere. It'll be your only computer. When you need to use a "real" PC, you'll dock it bigger machine. Motorola's Atrix is a little glimpse at that day.
Thinner, lighter and swoopier, Samsung's 9 series laptop is the MacBook Air's supervillain counterpart. It even brings bigger guns to the fight: Intel Core i5 chips, USB 3.0 and WiMax. Take a look.
Word out of CES is that Intel execs revealed their true feelings about Windows 7 on tablets at an event last night. Apparently, they lobbied for Microsoft to make a more tablet-friendly OS. Microsoft said no.