Release dates for Dell's refreshed XPS laptops have turned into a moving target, and all the specs haven't been quite clear. Yet Dell on Tuesday suddenly announced immediate US availability for both the 15- and 17-inch models, along with a finalized feature set that now officially includes 3D video.
Analysis: The 5- and 7-inch Windows 7 tablets are geared to folks who want to combine serious gaming for fun with their day jobs.
Analysis: ViewSonic expands its tablet line with a smaller edition.
The computer maker's 13-inch notebook looks a bit like a MacBook Air, while its slider is more reminiscent of the original Droid smartphone, with a keyboard that slides out from underneath its touchscreen.
Lenovo’s product rollouts at CES 2011 will also include new IdeaCentre PCs that could help to reimagine the all-in-one category by adding fresh features for TV watching, gaming, and 3D entertainment.
Barnes & Noble unveils Nookcolor, Nook Kids, and an application development program for Android.
The laptops come loaded with advanced features including Intel Core i-series processors, a 2-megapixel HD Webcam and JBL 2.0 speakers with a Waves MaxxAudio enhancement.
A tech showcase hosts developments in robotics inspired by Rosie and other friendly and helpful futuristic bots.
Lenovo will outfit three models of T Series laptops with Optimus, a technology aimed at automatically switching between a built-in discrete graphics chipset and an integrated graphics chipset, for faster PC performance and longer battery life.
Point-and-shoot FinePix Real 3D W3 camera lets people display 3D photos on either a 3D TV or a PC.
Today is the official launch date for a pair of mobile software applications from Phone.com aimed at giving users of Android handsets, iPhones and other smartphones sophisticated telephone and VOiP calling features that might otherwise coat a boatload of money.
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