Following Microsoft’s Windows preview event for consumers Julia White, general manager for the Office Product Management team, gave a little bit more away in an Office blog post on Thursday as to what we can expect from the new Office … Continue reading ?
At the Windows 10 consumer preview event yesterday (the full presentation can be seen here) Microsoft’s Operating System Group chief Terry Myerson announced that people running Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 on their devices will receive the … Continue reading ?
At its Windows 10 consumer preview event on Wednesday, Microsoft unveiled a big new device that will work with the new operating system. Called the Microsoft Surface Hub, the 84-inch device for the workplace comes with a 4K Surface display. See...Show More Summary
Microsoft just took another big step toward the release of Windows 10 and revealed it will be free for many current Windows users. The company unveiled the Windows 10 consumer preview on Wednesday, showcasing some of the new features in the latest version of the operating system that powers the vast majority of the world's desktop PCs. Show More Summary
Microsoft's big Windows 10 event on Wednesday is all but certain to launch the latest beta—technically, a "consumer preview"—of its PC operating system (even if you might not see the mobile version until February). It's a big momentShow More Summary
We're going to learn a lot about the next version of Windows on Wednesday. Presumably, we'll find out when the preview build will launch, new features aimed at consumers rather than enterprise users, and changes to how the Windows Store works. Show More Summary
Windows 10 is on its way, much to the relief of many Windows 8 users. Microsoft has announced that the Windows 10 Consumer Preview will take place later this week on January 21; at 9am Pacific Time, Noon Eastern. According to Yahoo Tech,...Show More Summary
It’s not all Intel (INTC) and Samsung Electronics (005930KS) at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. Press also try to glean the next thing from a myriad of startups. Press are in fact treated to multiple previews of some of the show-floor gadgets. On Sunday night, there was the Consumer Electronics Association’s annual gathering, “Unveiled.” [...]
BMW has rolled into this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a number of new tricks, from a self-driving i3 hatch to a new solar charging system for the home. Also on display at CES is a preview of BMW’s next-generation iDrive infotainment system, headlined by a new hand-waving gesture recognition. Show More Summary
BMW has presented a number of innovations at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show taking place this week in Las Vegas, with the highlights being a self-parking i3, new lighting technology previewed in an M4-based concept car, and a next-generation iDrive interface that is expected to arrive in the all-new 2016 BMW 7-Series due out later this year...
Autonomous (or self-driving) cars was clearly the central theme for automakers previewing their future tech at this week’s 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. Audi demonstrated the prowess of its autonomous driving technology, or “Piloted Driving” as the automaker calls it, by sending an A7 prototype capable of steering itself along...
For technology enthusiasts, Las Vegas is about to get even more wild and crazy. Next week kicks off CES 2015, otherwise known as the Consumer Electronics Show. Yes, that show. It’s like the mega convention for all things technology. This year’s iteration is being held in Sin City January 6 to 9. Show More Summary
On Jan. 6, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is where many of the cool gadgets for 2015 will receive their introductions. It should be a huge year for home automation, wearable devices, and fitness tools. Show More Summary
Mercedes-Benz used this week’s 2015 Consumer Electronics Show to present the new F015 Luxury in Motion concept car. It’s a self-driving, fully-connected, hydrogen-electric plug-in hybrid that Mercedes says hints at what its cars in the future may be like. Dutch performance brand Donkervoort has revealed a new special edition version of...
Chevrolet is using this week’s 2015 Consumer Electronics Show to preview a new connected car service that can predict and notify you when certain components of your car need attention—in many cases before performance is impacted. The service will be made available on several 2016 model year Chevrolets, as part of the OnStar 4G LTE...
General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] has used this week’s 2015 Consumer Electronics Show to tease its upcoming second-generation Chevrolet Volt. The new extended-range electric sedan was shown briefly during Chevy’s CES press preview on Sunday night and will be making its official debut in a week’s time at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show...
This is what you can expect to see and hear about in the upcoming week at the international Consumers Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show is proving ground for next year's product pitches.
Before this month’s 2015 Detroit Auto Show gets underway, a number of automakers will present new concept cars and technology at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show taking place in Las Vegas. The show is a mecca for the electronics industry but in recent years the major automakers have been turning up. Already confirmed for this year’s...
The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas kicks off Jan. 6; here's what you can expect