News from the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show

Tablets for the taking at CES

Rumors swirl around Apple tablet, to be announced in late January.

FCC chairman speaks, says little

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski fielded questions about the National Broadband Plan at CES, but he was coy about specifics.

At CES, Lenovo offers netbooks, hybrids, modest pricing

Lenovo brings its ThinkPad line down to more modest price points; offers an amazing hybrid notebook that lets you pull the top piece off and keep on working.

White House CTO talks innovation at CES

White House CTO Aneesh Chopra talks with reporters at CES about ways to increase innovation.

Green shoots at Consumer Electronics Show

The first day of CES 2010 shows improvements on existing ideas in netbooks, speech-recognition apps and virtualization.

Social media provides new ways for agencies to listen

Organizations should use social media to broadcast messages and to listen to what the public has to say, an expert says at Consumer Electronics Show.

Ballmer uses CES keynote to tout Windows 7

Microsoft's Steve Ballmer's keynote at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show rested on laurels of Windows 7 operating system, and looked ahead to more touch screens, tablets and smart phones.

Microsoft CEO highlights two screens at CES keynote

To kick off the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer referred to filling "all of the screens of our lives," but his talk mostly centered on TV broadcasts, video-on-demand, and games running on televisions and Xbox 360 consoles, as well as PCs.

ASUS debuts bamboo-covered computer

Renewable materials such as bamboo will help make computers more environmentally friendly, according to ASUSteK Computer's chairman.

The problem with portability: power

New ways to charge devices and get emergency power are a hot topic at Consumer Electronics Show.

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