Well this is maybe something! We've gotten word of a Star Wars-related announcement coming to CES on Thursday. Stormtroopers! Darth Vader himself! All wrapped up in some sort of announcement that's not so very far, far away.
The last time Toshiba tried its hand at a Tegra 2 tablet, it stank. Will this mysterious 10.1-inch Android tablet do any better? Probably not. It will run on Android Honeycomb, however. Updated: Hands On
At CES next week, LG plans on announcing the Smart TV Upgrader, but they've given us a sneak-preview today. What does it do? Basically, the add-on upgrades non-"smart" TV sets with DLNA, apps, plus a web browser.
New gadgets are the stars of CES, but there was a ton of gear behind the scenes that was instrumental to our coverage of the event. Here's what kept us alive in Vegas.
My love for Blu-ray players grows whenever companies add another feature that has nothing to do with Blu-ray. Now any worthwhile player is a home-entertainment hub, replacing cable box and Apple TV alike. How soon till they handle everything?
Last week you were crying out for more ideas from Haier's wall o' ideas, so I swung by there on the last day of the show to see if there were any more hare-brained suggestions. I was in luck!
I'm going to tell you a tale, a tale of friendship that, with the help of a Chinese automatic nail printer, blossomed into a full-out, wet and sticky bromance.
The fastest laptops usually get lousy battery life, but Asus has made a few innovations that supposedly net its memorably named UL80JT laptop an incredible 12 hours of battery life, despite its Core i7 processor. I really hope it's true.
If you applied a PC gamer's obsession with gear and tweakability to a console controller, Razer's Onza Xbox 360 controller is basically what you'd expect: Reprogrammable buttons, elongated triggers, two extra buttons and joystick tension adjustment (!).
This BBC clip isn't just funny because a reporter breaks an unbreakable phone, it's that the company's CEO just starts laughing like, "You got us!" Meanwhile, the phone will probably be relabeled, "unbreakable by anything but edges of fish tanks."
I'm a skeptic who's seen every consumer-grade 3D TV in existence from manufacturers like Panasonic, Samsung, and Sony. I've seen OLED 3D, plasma 3D, LCD 3D and LED LCD 3D. And I've finally made up my mind on the matter.
Click to viewHere's your job: Stand for ten hours in a noisy convention center. (You might want to wear something revealing.) Try to get the attention of thousands of men—and a few women—who rush by. And don't forget to smile.
DailyTech reports that a number of companies with tiny budgets who resorted to the survival tactic of showing their new gear at hotel suites around Vegas during CES were kicked out of hotel rooms they paid for by CES's organizers.
CES week meant one thing: Absolute gadget overload. Here's the best of Gizmodo's dispatches from gadget hell, all in one place.
Not only that: a big-ass telescope that you can attach a camera to.
Usually, people know better than to actually use a display toilet, especially one that's on a show floor for an event with tens of thousands of people in attendance. Usually.
Through the photonic assault, I saw a patch of green in a booth. I walked up and touched it. The grass, it was real, and cool and fresh for the moment. I could not have smiled more broadly. Happy Moments...