Consumer Electronics Show: 11 Tech Trends for 2011

The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show has officially drawn to a close. The biggest tech show around, CES covers over 3 million square feet of floor space and draws over 100,000 industry insiders to Las Vegas in early January every year to set the tone for what we can expect to see from the world of technology in the not-too-distant future. …

CES: Buying a Tablet? Wait Until Spring (or Later)

The Consumer Electronics Show is in full swing here in Las Vegas and, as promised, there are tablets as far as the eye can see.

Just about every major manufacturer has been showing off some sort of tablet or line of tablets here but the general trend seems to be that most of them aren’t planning to release their respective products …

Intel Promises 35 Tablets in 2011

For the most part, Intel’s been left out in the cold when it comes to tablets and smartphones. While the company’s processors are relatively powerful compared to mobile-centric processors from competitors like Qualcomm and Marvell, they aren’t able to eke out nearly as much battery life.

To address the growing tablet market Intel

Acer Outs New Tablets, 4.8-inch Phone, Dual Screen Laptop

It’s official. Acer’s getting into the tablet game. That’s a good thing for consumers because Acer is one of the most aggressive companies out there when it comes to pricing, so it may be able to drive the costs of tablets down in general. We won’t see anything until next year, but here’s what’s coming.

For starters, the company plans …

Dell Netbook-Tablet Hybrid to Cost $549 in Early December

Dell’s flippy-faced Inspiron Duo will be here in early December, with pricing starting at $549 depending upon the configuration.

The base model will sport a dual-core Intel Atom processor, 2GB of RAM, 250GB hard drive, and Windows 7 Home Premium. The touchscreen measures 10.1-inches and is of the capacitive variety—similar to …

Galaxy Tab Torn Apart, Shows It’s Mostly Battery

Ever wondered what the inside of a tablet looks like? The fine folks at iFixit recently tore the new Samsung Galaxy Tab apart to reveal a big, fat battery surrounded by a C-shaped logic board that handles everything else.

As computer components get exponentially smaller and faster all the time, gadgets’ weight and thickness are still …

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