Here's what you missed today at CES while some Democracy thing happened in New Hampshire:
•Bill Gates told us how it feels to be the villain and the underdog, as well as what keeps him awake at night in the continuation of our multi-part interview.
•We hear that CES may be leaving Las Vegas.
•Mitsubishi cut us deep… »
Other than Panasonic's 150-inch plasma, you mean?
• Casio's 60FPS , 1,200 fps still/video camera
• Laser TV
• More super-slim, ultra-slim and anorexic HDTVs
• Sizemodo galore
• Xbox 360 guitars from Nyko
• Sony Ericsson phones
• more and moreUltra-Mobile PCs
• Motorola's wireless speakers and other accessories
The Motorola Z10 multimedia phone. We open with a long demo of the Z10, which has built-in video edited tools and a wireless broadband video uplink via HSDPA quadband GSM.
*8 GB expandable memory
*16 million color display »
If you've ever tried to set up your iPhone on an iPod dock you know that it sounds like a swarm of killer bees on the loose. Altec Lansing's solved that problem with the T612 dock by somehow filtering out the GSM buzz. Out this fall.
Along with announcing that its 11-inch OLED TV is coming to the US (for a mere $2,500), Sony also unveiled a much larger 27-inch OLED prototype. It has a one million-to-one contrast ratio, and the panel is less than 10mm deep—the screen itself is the thickness of three credit cards stacked. The resolution is 1920 x… »
Sony introduced the world's first headphone with "digital technology for precise noise canceling"- although we're not sure exactly what that means-these headphones have three different environmental modes, and a switch to let the outside noise in. Sony claims to block 99 percent of noise in the 160HZ range (which is the… »
UPDATE: LG just dropped a 1.7-inch thin LCD too. Loser! JVC announced it's "the world's thinnest LCD" at 1.5-inches thick (2.9-inches at the center). Pioneer has been bragging about its "world's thinnest plasma" coming in at a mere .35 inches (9mm!). Hitachi, meanwhile, has a .75-inch LCD and a 1.5-inch plasma on the… »
We're already in line for today's back-to-back CES 2008 press conference marathon. First up, LG Electronics followed by Pioneer, Toshiba, Panasonic, Sharp and Philips—and that's all before lunch. Stay tuned for liveblog updates throughout the day. »