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CES 2011 Day Two

As I thought yesterday, cameras are indeed the unexpected trend this year. I saw more toys with embedded cameras, spy cameras, etc. And at least four of the products that received innovation awards from the CEA this year were webcams (Logitech (twice), Microsoft, and HP). Casio has the funky-looking Tryx, and there are a number […]

CES 2011 Day One

I’m back at the Consumer Electronics Show this year. Today was a short day, as I arrived mid-afternoon and headed to the Las Vegas Convention Center South Upper Hall to check out MakerBot’s booth. They had six Thing-O-Matics running and it was very impressive. The trends this year are obviously going to be tablet computers […]

CES 2010 Part 2

Saturday was my last day in Las Vegas. It wasn’t nearly as quiet as I had hoped, but I was able to check out a few things I had missed. Sharp’s new QuadColor LCD line add a yellow element to each pixel. It certainly seemed to make for much more saturated yellows and greens – […]

CES 2010

Last year, CES seemed a tad sparse. They corrected that by shrinking away the Sands Expo Center, and parts of the Las Vegas Convention Center South Hall. The new leaner, meaner CES feels more right again – crowded, too many people not looking where they are walking, and far too many wheel bags. The big […]

The Expert At The DVD Player

I visit Las Vegas at least twice a year, for the Consumer Electronics Show and the National Association Of Broadcasters conference. Although I look forward to these trips out of personal interest, these are work trips, to keep up on developments in the world of high tech. So these trips are not the fun and […]