A look at the variety of innovative products for wireless devices seen at the CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show in San Francisco, including an 8GB microSDHC card, a portable power supply, mobile cell phone storefronts, and a GPS-based call-forwarding service.
Photosynth.net takes your large collection of photos of a place or an object, analyzes them for similarities, and then reconstructs them in 3D space. You can navigate through a scene to see photos from multiple angles. Senior Associate Editor Danny Allen takes a look.
At Nvidia's first conference, NVISION'08, there was something for everyone: Sci-fi celebrities, 3D gaming on your TV, new car dashboard interfaces, and the Tegra mobile chipset.
Intel announced new processor developments at the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco, and displayed prototypes of the Nehalem processor as well as Centrino 2 chipsets. Assistant Editor Nick Mediati investigated.
Senior editor Darren Gladstone takes a look at two powerful laptops, the Sony VAIO VGN-FW198U/H and the Micro Express JFL9226. Both devices use Intel's Centrino processor and have roughly the same hardware specs, but the two machines are as similar otherwise as Beauty and the Beast.
Senior Editor Denny Arar takes a look at the Motorola Rokr E8, and finds that while it's not great to use for text messaging, browsing the Web or e-mail, it excels as a music player. And it includes a really cool feature called Music ID that figures out music you can't identify.
Frequent PC voice chatters who'd like to stretch their legs from time to time might want to check out Logitech's ClearChat PC Wireless headset.
The BlackBerry Curve 8830 may not match the iPhone in pure design elegance or in entertainment apps, but its ace in the hole--messaging--makes the 8830 well worth the money for hardcore messaging enthusiasts and business users.