IFA 2009: Gadget-fest in Berlin

roundup Like its American counterpart, CES, the IFA show in Berlin is big stage for consumer electronics companies and their latest gizmos.

Like American counterpart CES, the IFA show in Berlin is a big stage for consumer electronics companies and their latest gizmos.

Wackiest sights of IFA 2009

Every year we go to IFA, and every year we spot bigger demonstrations of corporate wealth and visitor stupidity. See for yourself.
(Posted in Crave by Nate Lanxon)
September 7, 2009 5:43 PM PDT

Photos: LG's 15-inch OLED TV

LG shows off its OLED TV at IFA, which at 15 inches is larger than Sony's XEL-1.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 6, 2009 9:19 AM PDT

Sony's 3D PlayStation 3: Hands-on photos

Sony demonstrates technology that would add another dimension to its gaming console.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 6, 2009 6:15 AM PDT

Wireless high-def battle goes overseas

Though we've been promised the technology for years and it has yet to really hit the mainstream, wireless high-definition shows some signs of life at IFA Berlin.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 6, 2009 5:12 AM PDT

TV makers push3D at home

Consumer electronics makers, including those at IFA, say 3D at home is the next step in entertainment. But we've heard that before. Are consumers buying it this time around?
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 4, 2009 11:30 AM PDT

iRobot CEO: Robot nurses to cut health care costs

Remote monitoring equipment that keeps a virtual eye on patients in their own home would save money, says Colin Angle.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 4, 2009 6:53 AM PDT

LG shows off 'borderless TVs' at IFA

Already announced for North America, Europe gets its turn with the HDTVs without any noticeable bezel.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 3, 2009 8:46 AM PDT

Toshiba to launch its first touch-screen tablet

The JournE Touch has 7-inch screen and is meant as a third device for consumers, for accessing the Internet or sharing content to other devices around the home.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 3, 2009 8:22 AM PDT

Philips: Don't get too excited about 3D

The Dutch company is joining the bandwagon that promotes 3D TV as the next big thing, but throws in a healthy dose of realism.
(Posted in Crave by Rich Trenholm)
September 3, 2009 10:00 AM PDT

Samsung X3 ultrathin notebook offers 9-hour battery

The X3 weighs under 4 pounds and offers a 14-inch screen, a dual-core Intel processor, and extra photo-based security.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 3, 2009 4:54 AM PDT

Panasonic touts Micro Four Thirds camera, 3D plans

"Next year TV will change dramatically" with 3D tech, an exec tells the IFA crowd. Panasonic also unveils a new Micro Four Thirds camera, the GF1.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 3, 2009 1:08 AM PDT

Sony unveils X Series Vaio, Xperia 2 smartphone

CEO Howard Stringer also rolls out a global brand campaign, which he says is the new future of Sony.
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 2, 2009 9:05 AM PDT

From Sony: 3D Bravia TV, film downloads for PS3 and PSP

Sony has announced its first 3D-compatible Bravia LCD TV, to arrive in 2010. The company is also unveiling a new global motto for the company: "Make.Believe."
(Posted in Crave by Rich Trenholm)
September 2, 2009 12:14 PM PDT

IFA Berlin: From OLED TVs to e-lederhosen

The curtain rises Wednesday on the German gadget gala, promising the very latest in consumer electronics. What will be the ubergadget?
(Posted in Crave by Erica Ogg)
September 2, 2009 12:01 AM PDT
 

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