January 8, 2009 |
At a press announcement today at CES, Palm announced a brand spankin' new handset: the Palm Pre. Running the much-gossiped new Palm WebOS (Not known as "Nova" afterall) and sporting a QWERTY slide-out keyboard below a 3.1" touchscreen, this might just be enough to get Palm out of their slump.
January 10, 2010 |
CES is over for CrunchGear (we'll still be posting some stragglers today and tomorrow) but we'd like to reflect on the best gear we saw at the show. These few days flew by and even with the glut of 3D TVs and ereaders we were actually impressed by a few small, good things that caught our eye on the show floor. Here are the winners of CrunchGear's Best of CES 2010 informal editor poll.
January 9, 2012 |
No surprises here, but Motorola and Verizon have just announced the 0.5-inches thick LTE Droid 4. The Droid 4 has a 4-inch, qHD display with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of onboard memory. Additionally, the 8 megapixel camera can shoot 1080p, HD video. There is no specific availability but it should be making its way to Verizon in the coming weeks. Developing... Related: Consumer Electronics Show: Complete Coverage PHOTOS: Coolest gadgets unveiled at CES CES organizers...
January 10, 2012 |
Cars are among the final frontiers for consumer technology. While there are several models with built-in GPS and other features, the idea of the truly connected car still eludes automakers. Ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Mercedes-Benz was pushing its connected car software, the mbrace 2, which brings apps, cloud computing and Web browsing right into its vehicles. The mbrace system also connects to drivers' smartphones to allow them to lock, unlock and find your car with their mobile device.
January 8, 2009 |
It's been another harsh day in the CES trenches, and as usual the CrunchGear team has put out a veritable cornucopia of content. Today was particularly notable for interviews: we got Mark Cuban and Bud Mayo, Dr. Dre , and Les Stroud of Survivorman in front of the camera to talk about the future of HD, DRM, and ruggedized camera gear. There were also, of course, a number of hands-ons: The prototype "Eeeboard" touchscreen+keyboard (a world first on CrunchGear)