TV, movies & motion at the Consumer Electronics Show

Another International Consumer Electronics Show has come and gone, and although there was no earth-shattering news, there were some fun and interesting developments among the deluge of new mobile phones, laptops, tablets, ...

Sony's Music Unlimited comes to Android

Sony has released an app making its Music Unlimited online streaming available on smartphones running Google's Android system, amid growing competition from Amazon and Apple in cloud-based services.

DonanimHaber leaks data on new AMD processors

(PhysOrg.com) -- When it comes to the world of computer processors it is all about what it going to happen next. Even if the current generation of processors can do everything that you want them to that tantalizing prospect ...

Wii 2 goes HD?

(PhysOrg.com) -- Is Nintendo working on a high-definition console called the Wii 2? That is the big question flying around the world of gaming today.

Seeing a future without 3-D glasses

This month, technology lovers from around the world descended on Las Vegas for the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, an annual gathering of geekdom that features the latest in personal gadgetry.

3-D TV sets still viewed skeptically by many

While most TV buyers are still reluctant to dip into 3-D, David Cullers took the plunge in April, spending about $3,000 for a 55-inch Samsung LED LCD, with a 3-D Blu-ray player.

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