Written by Eric Savitz, Published on Forbes
Year after year, consumer electronics companies come to Las Vegas for the annual gadget-palooza that is the International CES, and promise that we’re getting closer to the day that people can watch whatever they want, anywhere they want, on any device they want.
Written by Melissa J. Perenson, Published on PC World
The Nvidia Tegra 4 was not a very well-kept secret, something that even Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang admitted. Project Wayne, as it was codenamed, was tagged for a first quarter 2013 launch way back in the first quarter of 2012.
Written by Nicholas Aaron Khoo, Published on CNET
Lenovo has just unveiled a 27-inch all-in-one desktop at CES called the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC. As a Table PC, Horizon can lie flat on any surface, lets two or more people use the screen at the same time…
Written by Shan McGlaun, Published on Slash Gear
The new product announcements are coming at a furious pace already from CES 2013. One of the most interesting new products to surface from the show so far this year comes from Lilliputian Systems.
Written by Nilay Pate, Published on The Verge
Vizio’s 10-inch Android tablet might be one of the first Tegra 4 devices to be announced, but the California company also has a 7-inch tablet here at CES that’s equally interesting: it’s essentially a Nexus 7 in a package the size of a Kindle e-reader.