Ces News & Articles
| Wednesday Jan 9, 2013
User experience (UX) discussions commonly assume keyboard, mouse or, more recently, touch screen interaction. Arguably, none of these are natural actions. But a raft of new gestural and other “in-the-air” interaction modes being presented at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and elsewhere suggest that more natural interaction is rapidly progressing beyond touch -- possibly leading to the dramatic reinvention of UX.
| Monday Jan 7, 2013
It looks like the tower case can finally be laid to rest outside the IT environment as Lenovo, NVIDIA and others shoehorn the PC, or streaming access to it, into all kinds of new formats.
| Friday Jan 4, 2013
As surely as January follows December, the big Consumer Electronics Show (CES) follows the fresh-in-memory holiday shopping season with an overwhelming display of candidates for next year’s presents. What new things are expected at this year’s Extravaganza in Vegas, opening next week?
| Friday Jan 13, 2012
While everyone else milled around at CES waving new products left, right and center, Apple is quietly getting on with the business of iPad and iPhone development. It also managed to sell rather more Macs than experts predicted.
| Wednesday Jan 4, 2012
Las Vegas' annual Consumer Electronics Show shindig starts on January 10 and, alongside the latest batch of smartphones and tablets, it is the new class of PC ultrabooks that will take center stage.
| Wednesday Jun 29, 2011
If you think that social graph and Sharepoint are opposites, think again. Thanks to harmon.ie, Sharepoint 3.0 just got more socially adept. Yes, version 2.2 was recently released, but 3.0 is designed to enhance the social elements of working, while 2.2 focused on basic elements of workflow.
| Thursday Jan 6, 2011
Microsoft (news, site) boss Steve Ballmer's keynote took a look into a varied future for the Seattle giant in the wake of turbulent times.
| Wednesday Jan 5, 2011
Among the announcements expected at this year's CES conference is Microsoft's answer to the Web TV craze. Microsoft Television is rumored to be a “stripped-down version of Windows” for your tube, and will run users approximately US$ 200.
| Tuesday Jan 4, 2011
While the C in CES (news, site) might stand for consumer, the E should stand for enterprise as all manner of executive gadgets are unveiled at this year's show, helping free up users and data.
| Thursday Jan 8, 2009
If Macworld wasn't enough to excite you all, worry not, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off today in Las Vegas and runs through January 11. The all-star lineup includes our dear friends at Opera who, aside from a few exciting happenings around their mobile broswer, remained relatively quiet in 2008. But because they spent the bulk of that down time working on their new SDK (unveiled at CES), we're willing to forgive and forget.