Online Editor Robbie Baldwin and Associate Editor Nic Vargus are trolling the hallways of the Las Vegas Convention Center at this year's CES so that you don't have to! Watch the video after the cut as the guys officially introduce you to the show, and stay tuned to Maclife.com for exclusive coverage. And don't forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all of our CES 2011 coverage!
Oh, come on -- you can’t say you didn’t see this one coming. A Chinese manufacturer is exhibiting at CES 2011 and showing off a next-generation iPad 2 case, complete with a mockup of what everyone thinks Apple’s sequel will look like.
AT&T is firing on all cylinders at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, and most of their news is related to the company’s forthcoming 4G LTE plans. Among the companies listed as launching LTE devices in 2012 is Apple -- does that mean what we think it does?
Everyone this year is going to try to release an iPad killer. Seriously. It's on everyone's radar and chances are, they're going to fail. But we guess it doesn't hurt to dream big, to live large, to announce fanciful hardware that might just never see the market. Enter Lenovo and their dual purpose LePad. LeWhat?
AT&T is on stage at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Wednesday with a flurry of announcements, including a new option for U-verse television customers to enjoy extra content on their iPads.
Does anyone see the irony of releasing an iPhone-connected blood pressure monitor at an event like the Consumer Electronics Show? Apparently Withings doesn’t, and they’re rolling out the device this week for a cool $129.
Remember this time last year, when Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer stepped on stage at CES to show off HP’s Slate? That was supposed to be their answer to the as-yet unannounced iPad, but we all know how that went down. Now Microsoft is back at CES 2011, with both Apple TV and Google TV in their crosshairs.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show will invade Las Vegas this week, running from Thursday, January 6 through Sunday, January 9. Although Apple historically doesn’t attend this four-day showcase of digital delight, that doesn’t mean that the rumor mills aren’t churning round the clock leading up to the big event just the same.
Although I’m writing this as December dawns, when you’re reading it I’ll be in Las Vegas at January’s Consumer Electronics Show, poking and prodding the promised plethora of computing goodness powered by AMD’s new Fusion line of processors. One company that won’t be demonstrating AMD-powered wares at CES is Apple—all Macs are currently powered by Intel processors. But that doesn’t mean that Jobs & Co. aren’t contemplating putting AMD under the hood of some future bit of shiny-shiny. In fact, they’d be crazy not to.
A bit of background. Soon after AMD acquired graphics chipmaker ATI in mid-2006, the combined company announced a future chip line that would integrate AMD’s central processing units (CPUs) with ATI’s graphics processing units (GPUs) onto the same chunk of silicon.