January 11, 2013 |
As the Consumer Electronics Show winds down, technology innovators gave a glimpse into the world they are creating. Hayley Tsukayama wrote : The gadgetry world gathered in Las Vegas this week to show off their best ideas for how technology can solve problems, improve daily life and basically make the world more efficient. There's always a deluge of products coming out of the International CES show, so it can be hard to see how adopting all of this tech could actually change your daily life.
January 8, 2013 |
The first official day of International CES, the enormous annual tech show in Las Vegas, brought news of new televisions, car technology and even some fun news for gamers. Panasonic was the main keynote speaker of the day, showing off some new television technology and a new 20-inch tablet with the capability to display ultra high-definition content. The tablet also has a stylus — what it lacks is any release or pricing information. Audi also made a splash with its announcements.
January 7, 2013
The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show officially kicks off Tuesday in Las Vegas, but that hasn't stopped tech companies from making news already. At the technology event, Nvidia showed off a new concept gaming device called "Project Shield" Sunday, as The Post's Hayley Tsukayama reports : ...the new gadget resembles a console game controller with a screen, but is designed to give PC gamers a way to play more easily from anywhere in their homes....
January 7, 2013 |
Nvidia is starting off CES with a bang , showing off a new concept device at Sunday's pre-show kickoff event. Codenamed "Project SHIELD," the new gadget resembles a console game controller with a screen, but is designed to give PC gamers a way to play more easily from anywhere in their homes. Project SHIELD is an Android device and can stream PC games from any computer with a Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics processing unit as well as titles from the gaming platform Steam. Project SHIELD is designed to work with Steam's big...
June 1, 2012 |
It may be hard to believe it's already June, but this is the month for video game manufacturers. The Electronics Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, is coming up June 5 and is the game industry's event of the year. Here are five things to look for as a prelude to the big day: Nintendo's big push: Nintendo needs to wow at E3, in a big way. The company is offering more details on the Wii U, its newest console and much-needed update for the Wii. The Wii U has a tablet controller, which is supposed to act as a second screen for the...
May 23, 2012 |
In the first 24 hours of its release Diablo 3 sold more than 3.5 million copies, Blizzard announced this morning. The pace sets a new record for PC games sales, it said. And that number doesn't include the 1.2 million people who received the game after signing up for the World of Warcraft annual pass promotion. As of this week, 6.3 million people are playing Diablo 3. None of these numbers include the game's successes in Internet gaming rooms. In Korea, for instance, more than 39 percent of gamers are...