Jun 30, 2011

CES Has Gadgets Galore

CES Has Gadgets Galore

The Consumer Electronics Show kicked off in Las Vegas this week. The city is packed with techies eager to show off all sorts of shiny gadgetry.

Jun 30, 2011

CES: New Chips Smaller, Stronger, Faster

CES: New Chips Smaller, Stronger, Faster

Sandy Bridge, Ontario microchips elevate graphic rendering, experience.

Jun 30, 2011

CES: A Really, Really Big Show

CES:  A Really, Really Big Show

The biggest tech show is about to kick off. Get ready to peek into the future.

Jun 30, 2011

Gone to the Dumps

Gone to the Dumps

A "relentless parade." That's what some residents of Sylmar are saying about the constant stream of huge dump trucks.

Jun 30, 2011

Newest iPod Dock Wants You to Take a Seat

Newest iPod Dock Wants You to Take a Seat

The iTamtam dock sits on the floor, and you sit on the dock. Odd, right?

Jun 30, 2011

Dongles Bring Mobile DTV to Smartphones and Laptops

Dongles Bring Mobile DTV to Smartphones and Laptops

Along with 3D, 2010 will be the year for mobile digital TV.

Jun 30, 2011

The Coolest (and Scariest) Thing at CES 2010

The Coolest (and Scariest) Thing at CES 2010

Want to see our future? Hint: It's got Intel inside.

Jun 30, 2011

HP Puts Giant CloudDrive in New Netbooks

HP Puts Giant CloudDrive in New Netbooks

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, HP announced that its new lined of mini notebooks, netbooks, will come with a an external drive of 2 GB.

Jun 30, 2011

Sony Touts Spiffy HDTVs, Cool Camera, Chumby Chumminess

Sony Touts Spiffy HDTVs, Cool Camera, Chumby Chumminess

Sony's CES 2010 press conference started with a short serenade from off-key teeny bopper singer Taylor Swift, and winded its way through a boatload of new products.

Jun 30, 2011

Holographic Laser Touchscreen of Tomorrow Here Today

Holographic Laser Touchscreen of Tomorrow Here Today

This holographic laser projector brings the future to life.

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Man Sentenced to Prison in Death of Diving Partner

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SDSU Student With Meningitis Off Life Support

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U.S. Limits Entry From Ebola Countries to 5 Airports

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