LG Electronics will debut a new, smaller Pocket Photo 2.0 mobile printer at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week, and it will feature a number of upgrades including a slimmer design, 313dpi printing, and a total of 30 prints per charge.
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Once upon a time, I started this site as an outlet for my interests in music, and later on, I started covering movies, television, gaming, and travel. While that beginning doesn’t feel all that long ago (in some ways), this November the site will celebrate its 13th year, and if the first couple of months are any indication, it’s going to be a very good year.
You could call this an experiment, but after my time two weeks ago at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, I found myself with a lot of extra video clips and details that it was hard to sum up into one overall story about the event and everything I had seen. I’m still putting together reviews and coverage, but the only way that it seemed possible to cover everything properly, was to vlog about it.
At CES Unveiled, the media event leading into CES 2013, UrbanHello co-founder Hervé Artus demonstrated the prototype for what his company is calling the new home phone that works as a hand-set, and as a 360 degree hands-free speaker phone.
This year’s CES in Las Vegas was packed, as usual, with some majorly inventive technology that will leave gadget fanatics dreaming of the day these products hit the shelves, but few companies had as impressive a showing as Samsung.
Daily Planet host and producer Ziya Tong was busy in Las Vegas last week as the 2013 International CES brought international companies, experts, and media together to admire the latest consumer products and technological innovations.
I am in the thick of CES in Las Vegas this week, and today is the first big day of events at Mandalay Bay Convention Center where all of the press conferences are taking place for LG, Panasonic, Netgear, Samsung, and Ford, to name a few.
If you’re a fan of anything electronic, next week is going to be a very busy week for news as the wall-to-wall technology mayhem that is known to the world as the 2013 International CES–or as most of us just call it, CES–takes over Las Vegas for four days of gadget overload.
While I’m stuck in Toronto, missing out on CES in Las Vegas, there are some pretty cool gadgets being shown off to the assembled media hordes. I’ve seen more press releases about electronics this month than I care to count, but the coolest might be LG’s wrist watch style 3G phone, the LG-GD910.