Samsung's LED LCD televisions are here and the flagship C9000 is a doozy. It's the only one they're calling "ultra thin", has 3D support in late 2010 and a touch remote that shows you content from other video sources!
The Tegra system-on-a-chip, the zippy hardware that powers the Zune HD, had so much potential. Then, the delays. Slow pickup. Disappointment. Whatever happened to the Tegra, Nvidia doesn't want it to happen again. This time, they say, will be different.
3M pitching the MPro120 mini-projector as a "second generation" piece of hardware. For them, that means it's the first with the new MM200 projection engine. For everyone else, it could mean the first truly decent pico projector.
Mattel's mind-over-matter kid's toy MindFlex, first introduced at CES for about $80, will actually be $100 when it arrives on October 1. Still, it's a small price to pay for moving balls with your mind. [Amazon via I4U News]
This 5-minute clip of Current's Ben Hoffman at CES accurately sums up our day-to-day experience walking the floor, if we could only devote less time to writing and more time channeling our inner asshole.
Touch screens are everywhere now—on cell phones, televisions, airport kiosks, MP3 players and cameras. It's about time vending machines got in on the action, and that's just what Sapient's Coke machines are doing.