At first, I thought it was a regular motorcycle that had foldable wheels, but it ended up being, what you can call, an “electric unicycle”. It technically has 2 wheels, but it’s pretty sweet looking. Check out a few more pictures below. You can check out more information on this thing on Wikipedia or on [...]
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Finally! A tablet (other than the iPad) that I actually like! The BlackBerry PlayBook is quite the stunner when it comes to software. Its multitasking capabilities is really nice, and the hardware seems to support everything. Check out our little hands-on video below!
GM is demoing their new-ish “EN-V” electric vehicle. While it’s currently a concept, it features 2 seats, 2 steering wheels, and a maximum speed of 24MPH. View our video of the EN-V in action, as well as our [tiny] photo gallery. This isn’t too exciting, but it’s sort of neat.
AR Drone is back at CES. What’s new this year? New in-air games for their AR Drone’s. Each one is $299, which is a bit pricey, but these WiFi-enabled “quadracopters” are able to be controlled by any iOS device (that has WiFI, of course). Using your iDevice’s accelerometer, you can easily control one of these [...]
It seems as though a stylus is becoming a popular accessory for touch-screen devices, such as an iPad. Available in multiple colors, these are some really slick looking aluminum styluses. It’s fairly affordable, at $24.95, but shipping is quite expensive. More info down below.
Today was the first day of CES. While, to me, it was disappointing, there was some decent stuff to check out. I took a number of pictures, and you can check them out below.
The Motorola Atrix 4G is “the world’s most powerful smartphone”. While it is fast, there are a number of applications that really don’t take advantage of the power. Speaking of power, the Atrix has a dual-core Tegra 2 processor and 1GB RAM. A small photo gallery is below.
Yet another Android phone. This one’s by LG, and has a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. What does that mean? This phone’s very fast and snappy, although Need for Speed: Shift took ages to load. Once it did, the frame rate was a solid 60 with no stuttering. The phone itself isn’t stylish at all, [...]
Microsoft keynote video and photos – Announces Hulu Plus, Netflix, Windows SoC, Surface 2.0, Windows Phone 7 updates, and more!
Today was Microsoft’s annual keynote presentation, which was led by CEO Steve Ballmer. They’ve announced a number of new things, such as: Zune/Netflix/Hulu Plus/ESPN integration with Kinect avatarkinect Copy and paste for Windows Phone 7 New laptops using Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors Windows 8 [?] running on SoC chips (such as ARM) Microsoft Surface 2.0 [...]
<a href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=1667c4a09c” mce_href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=1667c4a09c” >[CES 2011] Live from the Microsoft keynote</a> We’ll be live blogging the 2011 Microsoft keynote from the Las Vegas Hilton. TUNE IN AT 6:30PM PST AT THE BOX ABOVE FOR ALL OF THE LIVE BLOGGING GOODNESS! Also, don’t forget to follow@gumballtech for all things CES and tech!