Sorry we didn’t have a posting for yesterday or last weekend, but I spent all day traveling to Vegas for CES 2010. I’ll report more on that later, but here’s what I have since last week.
For those that want to live out their Samurai dreams, you might want to try out this Samurai Air Sword.
Cobra has come up with a fuzzbuster with a color touchscreen. Better use the Cobra XRS 9970G in states that allow it, though.
Samsung has a nice PMP with a touchscreen and trasparent AMOLED screen known as the IceTouch.
There will be a lot of ebook readers and tablets at CES 2010, and the Skiff could be the biggest that there is!
For those that constantly lose their cellular phone, may I suggest you get the ZOMM? Better read about what it is.
The Lenovo U1 netbook has a screen with a removable tablet. I am impressed.
Gesture-recognition technology could be applied to mobile phones. Check it out.
Here’s a new Bluetooth headset from Technocel called the T360.
Blackfire Research is working on some Wi-Fi speakers for mobile devices.
I might see the Freescale Semiconductor at CES. You might want to read about it here.
After the New Year, some people reported getting texts from the year 2016. How can this be? Find out here.
Canon has some new cameras just in time for CES 2010. The point-and-shoots include the A3100 IS, A3000 IS, A495, and A490 while the camcorders include the HFR11, HFR10, and HFR100.
Sony Music introduces the bdporter, for those that want some Blu-ray on the go.
The Popbox will debut at CES 2010.
Check out the Gokivo Navigation app for the iPhone, starting at only $0.99 for the first free month.
BMW has an M Power iPhone app. You can read more about it here.
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