Last week we posted an exposé of Peep Wireless. Despite repeated attempts, we initially couldn't reach the company for comment, but founder Scott Redmond has since contacted us. He's nonplussed. For transparency's sake, we'd like to show you his objections.
In the tech world, a few questions are usually enough. Does the product work? Is the idea good? How much does it cost? But as Peep Telephony reminds us, there's a fourth, all-important qualification: Is it real?
One day, you'll have a little tablet or phone, and carry it everywhere. It'll be your only computer. When you need to use a "real" PC, you'll dock it. Motorola's Atrix is a little glimpse at that day.
It's funny, the moments in your life that happen in slow motion. Like watching a $5000 camera with a $1700 lens bolted to it tumble onto concrete, followed by an ejaculation of glass.
Thinner, lighter and swoopier, Samsung's 9 series laptop is the MacBook Air's supervillain counterpart. It even brings bigger guns to the fight: Intel Core i5 chips, USB 3.0 and WiMax. Take a look.
CES is tough. You have to blog a lot, walk a lot, and drunk a lot, usually without getting nearly enough sleep or eating your proper food pyramid portions. Kyle was hungry all the time! So he ate a lot.
Booth babes usually have it easy, (aside from being used as inanimate perma-smiling pieces of cleavage furniture). This one doesn't. I spied this disturbing scene and could only wonder what she was thinking. "How did it come to this?"
Hey, so remember when building VCRs into TVs seemed like a good idea? And then how it turned out that is wasn't? Yeah, connected TVs are basically just like that.
You know what? There's some pretty sweet gear at this year's CES: tablets galore, smart cameras, cool phones, audiophile pr0n. Woot! This little trade show might have a future! Check out some of our favorites. Updated
They're the cornerstones of our home theaters—and there's always an ungodly number of them at CES. We scrutinized this year's more intriguing 3D Blu-ray players and found the one that looks like the king of the hill.
Congratulations, Barho Ventilation Facilities Co., Ltd. Your display at CES 2011—and by display I mean three fans lying on the floor—is so bad that the person you hired to represent you abandoned it.
Tablets! Tablets tablets tablets. They're the hot ticket at this year's CES. Just about everyone's got one (not that everyone should). We've parsed, prodded, and played with the main contenders. And this one's best. Well, these ones.
I'm not good at videogames. And while I don't even attempt to figure out most of today's crazy-ass console games, I can certainly appreciate some old school arcade-style button mashing. Ion Audio's iCade brings that familiar satisfaction to your iPad.
Wow. The TV manufacturers of the world just excreted a gajillion alphanumerically named HDTVs at CES. We cruised the booths, parsed the display technologies, connectivity features, claimed performance and specs, and found the one we think is the best.
Having an Eye-Fi wireless SD card in your camera is useful, but only if there's a wireless network to connect to. Soon, though, anyone with an Eye-Fi X2 will be able to upload photos through their phone's 3G connection.
Hey, people with ContourGPS sports cameras: CONGRATULATIONS! YOU'VE WON A PRIZE! That camera you've got strapped to your helmet has been hiding a secret Bluetooth chip, which you'll soon be able to use to stream live video to your smartphone.
Live Taser demos! Easily one of my favorite parts of CES. But is getting Tasered worth it? You do walk away with this Taser hat and commemorative coin! On the other hand, well, here's the release you sign. Gulp.
This solidly designed Polaroid GL30 beauty is a modern take on the old-school Polaroid camera you may own and love. It's digital, has an adjustable display, and will spit out your photos in seconds. And did I mention it's freakin' gorgeous?
If you're trying to play PS3 Move FPS games with style, Nyko's got you. They just announced two new gun accessories for PS3's new motion control system, which may (or may not) have you reeling off headshots in no time.