CES Archive

Vendors Ready To Showcase 64-Bit Smartphone Mobile Processors At CES 2014

The times they are a-changin’. Mobile is currently where all the fun in technology is at, and the involved parties are just starting to heat things up to another level on the processors front. Next month could

Microsoft Downplays Its Plans For CES 2014

Boy, if you did not know any better, you would think it is the International Downplay Week. Ford’s Alan Mulally tried to talk down speculation that suggested he was leading the race to become Microsoft CEO, and

Microsoft Reportedly Planning A Return To CES 2014

Though there may be some contrasting views on the effectiveness of such technology exhibitions, what with the rise of multimedia content on the Internet, CES still holds a special place. The 2014 edition of the Consumer Electronics

Is it Curtains for Windows 8 RT?

By now, our readers are probably familiar with the weak sales performance of Windows 8 RT, personified in the Surface RT. The Surface RT was released on October 26th, 2012, together with the general release of Windows

Steven Sinofsky offers a “trip report” about CES 2013

Former Windows Head Steven Sinofsky updated his blog with a disturbingly detailed recounting of CES 2013. Ironically, if you didn’t attend CES this year, this blog post actually does a great job in giving you the highlights

Project Fiona Crowdsourced Tablet Makes a Splash at CES 2013

One of the attractions at the International Consumer Electronics Show or CES has been the Project  Fiona or more formally Razer Edge concept tablet.  Using a 10.1 inch, 1280×800 display, this gaming tablet runs on an Intel Core

Gabe Newell – Windows 8 was like this giant sadness…

Ballmer Shows Up Unexpectedly at CES (video)

My recap of Steve Ballmer’s 2012 CES Keynote speech

Steve Ballmer gave his final keynote speech at 6:30 pm today in las vegas during the CES 2012 conference. He spoke about Windows 8, Windows Phone, Kinect, Bing, Office and the Xbox. He didn’t talk about Windows

Inside CES 2012 – No wonder Microsoft is leaving

So, what a morning. First of all, I have to give a big shout out to Mary Jo Foley and Paul Thurrott for having the sense to skip this event. So far, it has been a big