At Microsoft’s keynote conference last night, we got a first look at the Samsung 7 series sliding PC with Windows 7. Today we were able to get our hands on the tablet-PC. It’s a 10.1-inch touch screen with a slide out keyboard. It weighs 2.2 pounds and includes dual facing cameras. The tablet-PC will be available in second quarter of 2011 and could be Microsoft’s most consumer friendly hardware ad
The smartphone market has quickly become one of the most fiercely competitive fields in the electronic world, and Samsung hopes to scale to the top of the heap with its new 4G LTE smartphone. The name may still change, but the power this device wields will remain awesome.
Nvidia’s Tegra2 supplies more than enough horsepower for LG’s Optimus to perform a number of clever tricks including 1080p screen mirroring that essentially allows you to use the phone as a game controller.
The Tab is coming. Samsung’s upcoming Android tablet may present the best chance yet of challenging Apple’s iPad in the slate space. The Tab will be available on all four major US networks, but pricing and exact launch dates have yet to be announced. We went hands-on with an early version of the Tab at CEDIA 2010.
Once the founder of Sling Media, now a homeowner with too much time on his hands, Blake Krikorian took his knack for programming and enthusiasm for his Crestron home automation system to new extremes by coding R2. The home automation app, currently in private beta testing, allows full access to all the same features typically accessible from a dedicated touch panel, on any Android phone. We went
Apple’s new 27-inch iMac features a beautiful LED-backlit IPS display, which takes resolution beyond 1080p all the way up to 2650 x 1440. The next generation also introduces Intel’s high powered Core i3, i5, and i7 processors, and full-power desktop versions of ATI’s Radeon HD graphics cards. The option to add both a solid-state-drive and conventional magnetic drive can drastically improve boot-t
From improved voice recognition and instant control over a car’s interior LED lighting to a text-to-speech engine that will read text messages off your phone out loud for you, Ford’s new MyFord Touch in-car computing builds on the legacy of Sync and takes it a step further, too. Check out our hands-on demonstration of a few of our favorite features – as well as some that don’t quite work as plann