One word cropped up over and over at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, and it wasn’t “speakerdock” (yes, that may be two words; but I’m merging them here because that’s what I’m doing). In fact, the word was “Bluetooth” — a word discordant with the very idea of a dock-equipped speaker. And [...]Show More Summary
On today’s Live NewsDesk Show, (see embed feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand), we’ll be discussing the availability of Nvidia Shield, one of the more noteworthy demos from the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year. Details have finally emerged on when … Continue reading ?
Nvidia Corp. (NASDAQ: NVDA) has begun taking orders for its new SHIELD hand-held video game console, which is expected to beginning shipping next month. The device was introduced at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in January and allows users to play online games designed for the Android operating system from Google Inc. Show More Summary
Nvidia provided one of the few real surprises at this January's Consumer Electronics Show, a plan to expand beyond selling chips and deliver a portable gadget for playing videogames. Now it is providing some long-awaited details, including a price and delivery date for the effort known as Project Shield.
Of course, I have no way of knowing whether space aliens actually had a hand in designing the Booq Boa Squeeze. I ran into a couple of Booq bigwigs in an elevator at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas once, and they seemed pretty cheery, completely normal, and not at all alien-like — too not-alien-like, [...]Show More Summary
At the recent consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, graphics chip maker NVIDIA highlighted its partnerships with Tesla, Audi, and other automakers. NVIDIA has shipped over 2.5 million processors that have helped these partners design...Show More Summary
If there was one concept I came away with from the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas this year, it’s this: Bluetooth has quickly seeped into everything audio. Nowhere was this more evident than with higher-end headphones; it felt like every manufacturer we visited that week had an obligatory wireless Bluetooth headphone on display. One [...]Show More Summary
One of the biggest trends we saw at the Consumer Electronics Show this year was every day devices that could connect to the Internet. There was a fork that alerted when you were eating to much. A refrigerator with Evernote integration. Show More Summary
At the Consumer Electronics Show in January, Samsung described an unusual eight-brained processor as a major step above competing chips. Now that U.S. buyers will be late to get it, the company is playing down the differences.
“Ultra HD” TVs from companies like Samsung and LG made a big showing at this past Consumer Electronics Show in January, but even the lead analyst at the Consumer Electronics Association — the group that organizes CES each year — thought ultra HD would be a flop. Show More Summary
Aside from 4K -- the next step in HD -- the only other significant advance in display technology that is currently within our reach is making one that's flexible. Consumer electronics events have been showing off flexible displays for a while now, but they're generally the equivalent of a tech demo rather than a marketable product. Show More Summary
LG announced on Thursday that its “world-first” curved OLED TVs will launch in the second half of this year, Engadget reported. The company unveiled its curved displays at the Consumer Electronics Show in January and promised that they deliver wider viewing angles than standard OLED TVs with an improved panoramic experience. Show More Summary
Back at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, ASUS revealed the Transformer AiO, a device which is actually a tablet/desktop hybrid. The Transformer AiO runs dual operating systems, Windows 8 when its a desktop and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean when its a tablet. Show More Summary
The stunning decline in PC shipments reported by IDC this week shows that Microsoft (MSFT) is really on the ropes in the consumer electronics market. What makes IDC’s report particularly cringe-worthy for Microsoft is that it pins some...Show More Summary
Do you remember much from the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show? Yeah, me neither. The one thing I do remember, however, is that 3-D television was heralded as the next big thing. Of course, we all know how that turned out: Despite the best efforts of such retailers as Best Buy Co., Inc. (NYSE:BBY) to stir demand for [...]
Do you remember much from the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show? Yeah, me neither. The one thing I do remember, however, is that 3-D television was heralded as the next big thing. Of course, we all know how that turned out: Despite theShow More Summary
The consumer electronics market has been taking cues from Lewis Carroll these past couple of years. Tablets are getting smaller, but smartphones are ballooning. However, new data is showing that phablets -- the bizarre hybrid of tablets and phones -- aren't being used as much as their larger and smaller counterparts. Show More Summary
At the Consumer Electronics Show in January Garmin showed off the K2 platform. They vowed many with their latest infotainment platform, including Daimler AG. According to their latest press release, future Mercedes Benz cars will now feature in-dash GPS navigation provided by Garmin. Show More Summary
It seems an understatement to say NVIDIA has been busy so far this year. First, at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, the graphics specialist simultaneously unveiled both its beefy Tegra 4 processor, and a curious Tegra 4-powered...Show More Summary
Electronic accessories maker ZAGG is down about 50% from its 2011 peak, but turned in a strong fourth-quarter earnings report. The Fool's Rex Moore spoke with ZAGG at the big International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. In this...Show More Summary