CES 2009

CES 2009: GeForce 3D Vision ads a new dimension to PC gaming

CES 2009: GeForce 3D Vision ads a new dimension to PC gaming

Today NVIDIA took the time to show us one amazing product that still has me awestruck. Little did we know that they would be showing off several demos of the new GeForce 3D Vision glasses. Needless to say it wasn’t easy getting me away from the machine.

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Bug Labs Bug gets 5 new modules

Bug Labs Bug gets 5 new modules

Bug Labs has announced 5 new modules for their ever so strange module based and Linux-based device. Changing the functionality of this device is as simple as purchasing and exchanging the different pieces to get the desired function.

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Schwinn announces new Pedal Assisted Bikes

Schwinn announces new Pedal Assisted Bikes

Schwinn has announced a new Pedal Assisted Bike that, as the name applies, assists the user with pedaling. This in turn takes half of the effort that you would normally put into pedaling a bike up a hill. ShashGear had a few moments to test drive these bikes and now I feel I must have one.

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Xlink Bluetooth Wireless Gateway

Xlink Bluetooth Wireless Gateway

Xlink allows users to transfer calls from their mobile phone to any phone in the house. This service works with any Bluetooth capable phone. Pair up to any three devices that will also shoot over any caller information straight to the home phone.

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Telenav services being built in to select Ford models

Telenav services being built in to select Ford models

Telenav CEO HP Jin stopped by to give us the scoop on a new integrated Telenav service that will be available in Ford Sync compatible cars.  Unlike most personal navigation devices (PND) this service will be always updating itself.

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Gracenote technology being integrated into navigation systems

Gracenote technology being integrated into navigation systems

Gracenote has come out with a new technology that is being integrated into car navigation systems that helps users navigate thorough there music while staying safe on the road. One of the highlights of this technology is the music CD recognition.

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Shapeways 3D modeling

Shapeways 3D modeling

Shapeways.com has just launched a new service that allows users to create their own 3D items. Online you can create unique and personal items from 3D images to test sculptures.

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CES 2009: iRiver WAVE HOME multimedia device hands-on

CES 2009: iRiver WAVE HOME multimedia device hands-on

iRiver can always be relied on to bring something interesting to CES, and this year is no exception.  The WAVE HOME is this year's multimedia maven, combining local video and music playback, internet access and VoIP voice and messaging into a compact, minimalist desktop unit.  SlashGear stopped by the iRiver booth to spend some hands-on time with the WAVE, and while it might do its darnedest to defy categorisation, that didn't stop us wanting to bring it home.

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CES 2009: vReveal makes video editing easy for everyone

CES 2009: vReveal makes video editing easy for everyone

Designed by MotionDSP for the NVIDIA CUDA, vReveal is a very easy to use software for Windows customers that allows just about anyone to easily make dramatic improvements to the quality of their videos with unrivaled enchantment software technology.

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CES 2009: Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds hands-on

CES 2009: Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds hands-on

Lenovo's ThinkPad W700ds may have been around for a few weeks, but CES has been the first opportunity we at SlashGear have had to play with the dual-display behemoth.  Based on Lenovo's original W700, complete with a Wacom graphics digitizer integrated into the palm rest, the W700ds adds a pull-out 10.6-inch LCD display that slides from the main 17-inch panel.  It's an interesting concept, but our hands-on impressions leave us wondering if the compromises are worth it.

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Palm Pre: What we know

Palm Pre: What we know

Well, Palm's CES Press Conference has come and gone, and we now have our first look at the company's new smartphone - the Pre.  What do we know about Palm's new device?  We'll give you the rundown (and treat you to the photos we weren't supposed to liveblog) after the jump.  Also note: We'll have an exclusive hands-on with the Pre today at 3:30 PM PST.  Look for more on the Pre afterwards!  And be sure to check out PreCommunity.com, our new site for everything Pre.

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Palm’s CES Press Conference: We’ve got it covered

Palm’s CES Press Conference: We’ve got it covered

Just a heads up - we're covering Palm's Press Conference at CES and liveblogging it over at live.slashgear.com.  This is a very important moment for Palm.  The Nova has created high expectations and, from what we've seen, this could be the landmark event of CES.

Will this be the shot of life the company needs or are the curtains closing on the once dominant PDA giant?  Watch our liveblog and find out!

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