ESPN is planning a major presence at International CES that will include the first-ever live boxing card at the show, as well as television and radio broadcasts, a network executive announced at the CES press preview in New York Tuesday.
A look at some of the unique technologies and concepts populating the show floor that are, or could soon surface, in the Japanese market (Photos: Nancy Klosek)
Sony on July 13 provided a sneak peek of the two Android 3.0-based tablet devices it announced in late April in Japan, as they progress toward their market debuts later this year. The Wi-Fi-only tablet, code-named S1, and its Wi-Fi and 3G (and eventually 4G)-capable dual-screen folding tablet cousin, code-named S2, were demonstrated at a press meeting held in Sony’s New York offices.
Samsung said last week that it has crossed the 60 percent mark in domestic market share for 3D TVs. The company cited data from NPD Group's tracking survey measuring late April and early May.
Samsung Electronics America presented a broad swath of home entertainment, mobility, computing and digital imaging products at a New York showing Wednesday that its president, Tim Baxter, said dovetails with the company’s commitment to executing its “Nth-Screen” strategy – an all-encompassing game plan emphasizing seamless connectivity and interoperability among devices.
Samsung launches new 3DTVs, plasma, tablet, notebook, cameras and monitors at 2011 CES
Panasonic showed a Consumer Electronics Show press audience Wednesday night what it is calling its VIERA tablet – an Android-based mobile device that was being formally announced Thursday in Japan and was due to reach global markets later this year, according to Panasonic Consumer Electronics Co. president Shiro Kitajima.
LG Electronics rolled in the New Year at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show with a bevy of connected and 3D TVs and mobile phone products and technologies – and its first-ever home appliance intros at a CES.
Toshiba showed off both its still-unnamed new tablet device and its glasses-free 3D TV Tuesday night at a press party at International CES. Both will appear on the show floor later this week.
Vizio, ahead of International CES, on Monday officially announced a wide variety of new products, including a line of 3D TVs and the company's first smartphone and tablet.
LG Electronics said Monday that it will bring a 72″ 3D LED-backlight TV to International CES next week, the largest TV of its kind.