CES: Kia’s New UVO Powered By Microsoft

Around the summer, Kia will start shipping a new stereo option on their existing 2010 model line. This new stereo will be powered by Microsoft’s Automotive division – the same thing that powers Ford Sync, only Kia has made some improvements. The unit is being called “UVO” and is labeled as an in-car infotainment system. […]

CES: Dual Screens Coming to your Laptop

While at CES, I managed to gain access to the briefing rooms upstairs in the Microsoft booth.  Here, I found all sorts of hot new tech that was talked about but not put down on the show floor for general press to lay their greasy hands on. One of the cool things I found was […]

CES: New iPhone Cases and Speaker Docks

I’m sure that you’ve heard of this new smartphone from Apple called the iPhone.  You’ll be happy to know that a couple manufacturers have decided to built cases, docks, and external speakers for this device. Each manufacturer had a radically different accessory design and function. The good news is that if you don’t like how […]

CES: HP’s Android Technology Demo

HP does have much of a presence at CES this year, but they are at ShowStoppers and Digital Experience. One of the things that they were showing off is a “Technology Demo” of Google’s Android OS running on an ultra slim netbook style device.  HP wouldn’t say much about what’s under the hood on this […]

CES: LG to Bring Device Remote Control to Your Car Stereo

As I was passing through the LG booth today when my eye caught something out of the ordinary. In the Converging Technologies corner of their booth they have an in-dash screen that was showing Windows Mobile 6.5 on it. This could mean one of two things, either they have put Windows Mobile into the car […]

CES: i-mate Shows off the Small Yet Rugged 810

During my trek around the floor at ShowStoppers last night, I came across the i-mate booth and had a chance to talk with Jim Morrison about the small, yet rugged 810 mobile device, as well as the health of the company. First off, we put the rumors to rest – i-mate is alive and kicking. […]

CES: HTC Announces the new Smart Phone

HTC has launched a new phone based off the Brew platform called Smart. HTC’s Smart features the HTC Sense interface that everyone has come to know and love. As well you find 256MB RAM, 256MB ROM, weighing 108 grams, a 2.8 inch screen, QVGA resolution, Quad-band GSM/GRPS/Edge with HSDPA of 2100 for Europe and Asia, […]

CES: 3D Televisions Everywhere You Look

There’s been talk of 3D television for a while. However, over the last couple weeks the buzz seems to be building. Here at CES you will find a company around every corner that is preaching to you about the glories of 3D TV. The first thing you need to understand is how 3D TV works. […]

CES: HTC HD2 Coming to T-Mobile this Spring

Today, during the keynote at CES, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced that the HTC HD2 will be coming to T-Mobile’s network in the spring. If you’re not familiar with this smartphone, it’s the latest HTC device running Windows Mobile 6.5. It features a Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor with a high-resolution 4.3 inch capacitive touch screen, […]

CES: Lenovo’s Hot New Portables

Lenovo has taken the ultra-portable netbook category by storm with the latest releases announced here at CES. I’ve owned more than a couple ThinkPad’s in the past and was disappointed to see that Lenovo had very little to offer when shopping for a new more portable laptop. While the designs looked nice, the price point […]