It's been a full 28 hours since we set foot inside of the Las Vegas Convention Center. There are plenty of gadgets that we've yet to lay eyes on, but for now here's a quick look at what we, and our brethern at Maximum PC, have seen so far at this year's show.
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This morning's Verizon CES 2011 keynote was a bit of a let down. After all, we were expecting a grand announcement about Verizon's plans to shake hands with Apple. But, instead of a CDMA-compatible iPhone 4, users of the Verizon network can look forward to the debut of Motorola's very own Android tablet. The Xoom, as it's dubbed, will run Android 3.3--or, Honeycomb--and will feature a Tegra 2 SOC dual-core processor. It'll also have HTML 5 and Adobe Flash 10.2 compatability right out of the box.
Our friends over at our sister site, Maximum PC, got a chance to play with this upcoming tablet. Check out the video to see if this tablet is really the iPad killer Android's hoping for.
You thought you knew everything you knew about displays, but you were wrong. Did you know that the control labeled "contrast" on your monitor actually has absolutely no effect on image contrast? Or that most HDTVs have the same basic user controls as the original analog NTSC color TV?