Got an older digital camera that you love to shoot with, but wish you didn’t need a cord or card reader to transfer your pics? The SD Association has some good news for you!
File synchronization service SugarSync works across PCs, laptops, smartphones and even some dumbphones.
Home-brew experts show off 3D printers at CES for under $1,300.
While most of the attention at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is devoted to gadgets rather than games, there were a few impressive showings of upcoming interactive entertainment. Here’s a glimpse at Square Enix’s Deus Ex: Human Revolution, currently in development at Eidos Montreal. Sync readers, how do you think it looks?
Despite the current excitement over tablets, they don’t quite do everything a laptop can.
In this informal video from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, I chat about the Acer Iconia, a prototype laptop that features not one but two 15-inch touchscreens — and no physical keyboard whatsoever. Awesome or asinine?
Streaming movies are convenient because you no longer need to leave the house to rent something. Then we saw a bump in quality, now delivering HD movies on services like Netflix. Well, now the audio can rival that of DVDs and Blu-ray discs thanks to Dolby Digital Plus technology. Here’s a video overview from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
CES 2011 attendees were treated to a technology preview at Sony’s booth. Is this the future of 3D?
One of the most impressive televisions on display at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was Sony’s next-generation Bravia XBR series of LED 3DTVs, available this March from 46- to 65-inches. What makes them so special? In this video I chat about its connectivity features, integrated camera with facial recognition, and more. Sync readers, are you in the market for a new TV in 2011?