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Reporter's notebook: Why iPad isn't cracking the Japanese market
1/28/2010   8 comments
Not only Japan is a nation of gadget-lovers, it's a country where people still read -- a lot. And yet, there is this unanimous ennui among the Japanese over iPad and, more significantly, e-books in general, due to a total lack of e-book eco-system in Japan.
What was hot, cold and in between at CES
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1/12/2010   9 comments
Here's our take on what was hot and what was not at CES. If you attended, or have strong opinions based on what you have been reading, we invite you to chime in with your own picks and pans.
NXP courting buyers for TriMedia; negotiations at CES
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1/9/2010   2 comments
NXP Semiconductors is looking for buyers of TriMedia -- once the Dutch company's most coveted VLIW multimedia processor. Those with potential interest in TriMedia's intellectual properties are in Las Vegas this week during the Consumer Electronics Show.
CES: Will Sony work well with others?
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
Sony Corp. is sending a clear message at Consumer Electronics Show: It will work with others and will no longer resist developing new products based on competitors' ideas.
CES: Toshiba pitching $10,000 Cell TV in the U.S.
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
Toshiba is again pitching Cell TV, this time as "ultimate TV," at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Netbook pioneer Asus avoids tech debate; stresses style
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
Netbook leader Asus at CES avoided tech debates that could pit Intel Corp.'s Atom against ARM, or that could promote Android over Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 7. Instead, the Taiwan-based company is focused on fashion statement for its new notebook PCs.
CES: Show exposes incomplete 3-D TV products
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1/6/2010   1 comment
What's required to make a TV capable of displaying 3-D content? Mitsubishi says it has the answer.

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