Now that the booths have been broken down, the awards have been handed out and the last bit of per diem has been fed into a slot machine at McCarran International Airport, there's a general sense that something was missing from CES. Somehow, among the thousands of exhibitors, products and prototypes, the biggest splash was a television that few consumers could afford and a keynote presentation that the greatest minds in tech journalism are still trying to figure out.
It must be tough to be a public figure in any line of work, with the media constantly waiting to pounce on every word you speak. Such is the case with Dell CEO Michael Dell, who once famously suggested that Apple had no hope of recovery and should simply close its doors and return money to the shareholders. Read on to find out why that statement is so ironic nearly 16 years later...
The hour is nigh for the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. We've seen some amazing televisions and other exciting gadgets from Las Vegas this week, but like any good thing there is an end. Thankfully, the team at sister site TechRadar is still cranking out some great hands-on previews and news. Let's take a look at a brief sample of Thursday's happenings.
As the second official day of the Consumer Electronics Show winds to a close, we're bringing you a handful of the biggest stories from our sister site, TechRadar. Hands-on with gaming-goggles, Oculus Rift; a first look at Microsoft's next hybrid tablet, Surface Pro; and wearable 1080p video cameras from Panasonic. Let's take a small peek at the day that was in Las Vegas.
Does anyone really think that Apple won't make a cheaper iPhone eventually? As Cupertino gradually reaches the loftiest heights of their profit margins, it would seem inevitable they will start to explore less-expensive options to soak up any remaining market share worldwide. But hey, if this is news to you, read on to find out what The Wall Street Journal has to say on the subject in our Tuesday recap...
Are you tired yet? The team at our sister site TechRadar is probably dead tired, because Tuesday was the official kick-off to all the tech gadget excitement that is the Consumer Electronics Show out in Las vegas. But fear not: we have assembled this handy wrap-up of some of the most exciting stories from the big day.
Thunderbolt expansion docks have been as elusive as Bigfoot, despite several companies actually showing off prototypes at last year's CES event, but one of them is finally inching closer to reality at this year's show.
Stuck with a mere 16GB on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad? That may no longer be an issue if manufacturer Kanex has anything to say about it, introducing a new inexpensive option for creating a private cloud at CES.