Tag Archives: CES

Green Power

You don’t usually associate bicycles with consumer electronics, but it seemed appropriate for Schwinn to have a booth this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). One of the CES themes was green technology, so Schwinn showed its latest eBike, … Continue reading

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Sharing the Connection

If you have a cellular data plan for your notebook or netbook computer, you may feel as though you’re paying a lot for very little flexibility. The plans tend to run about $60 a month, and the signal is tied … Continue reading

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Be a Slacker

You may have tried some Internet radio services and decided they aren’t worth the trouble. That’s what I thought until I encountered Slacker. At CES, I spoke with a Slacker representative at the RIM (Research in Motion) booth. I learned … Continue reading

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Versatile Wireless

The i2i Stream was one of the more interesting products I saw this year at CES. Many competing products use Bluetooth’s A2DP profile for their wireless audio, including the Kyocera Wireless Music Gateway, RIM BlackBerry Bluetooth Music Gateway, and Nokia … Continue reading

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Clear Sound

When Sennheiser launches a new flagship set of headphones, they’re well worth a listen. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the company had a sound booth where you could compare their former top headphones, the HD 650, with their new … Continue reading

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Palm Is Back

If you attend the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), you’ll inevitably be asked at least once during the day, “See anything good?” Or sometimes the question will be, “what’s the best thing you’ve seen so far?” It’s usually not that easy … Continue reading

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