CES Week 2012: Complete Coverage
Stories and more from the World's biggest consumer electronics event
The Consumer Electronics Show - CES to its friends - takes place in Las Vegas this week. It's the biggest show of its kind in the world and is the launch pad for almost all of 2012's most important technology products.
Just ahead of CES' official opening tomorrow, 10 January, Reg Hardware today starts its CES Week - seven days of dedicated coverage.
And not just news of the latest, hottest products - though there will be plenty of that - but also special App of the Week columns, plus special features and, of course, we'll be announcing the winners of our Reg Hardware Awards.
Check back here regularly - we'll be listing all our CES 2012 coverage below.
CES 2012 News
• Samsung loads Netflix onto smart TVs
• LG touts tellies with cloud-gaming capabilities
• Bond Blu-ray box set marks 50 years on film
• WD updates video streamer for Netflix, iPlayer
• Sony goes inorganic for 'eye popping' OLED TV rival
• Samsung shows 55in OLED über-TV
• Lenovo outs Ice Cream Sarnie telly
• LG: 1mm bezel on your telly, anyone?
• LG to show 55in, 4mm-thick OLED TV at CES
Computers and Tablets
• Sony shows slider tablet
• Seagate mulls flogging precious drives at auction
• Dell dithers over fresh fondleslabs
• Dell debuts shrunken Ultrabook
• HP unveils glass-cased Ultrabook
• Samsung joins Ultrabook race
• Orange touts tropical tablet
• Intel ignores Steve Jobs, adds touchscreen to Ultrabook
• OLPC shows off XO 3 tablet running Android or Linux
• Intel demos transparent-lid hybrid PC
• Asus updates netbook line with Intel, AMD chippery
• Elgato readies Thunderbolt-fed external SSD
• Acer unveils 'world's thinnest' Ultrabook
• Lenovo primed with keyboard-connectable tablet
• Acer intros skinny 15in notebook
• CES outing for 'world's thinnest' tablet, Ultrabook, says Toshiba
• LG preps '14in screen in 13in chassis' Ultrabook
Smartphones and Mobility
• Nokia partners with EA in major WinPho game push
• Micro-mech chips to free phones from 'grip of death'
• Imagination uncloaks 'over 20X faster' smartphone GPU
• RIM demos PlayBook OS2
• Sony slips out strap-on Android aid
• Samsung: 'We'll nick Nokia's global mobe crown this year'
• Sony shows off NXT-generation smartphone
• Nokia sheds light on latest Lumia
• Huawei uncloaks sleek, slim, sexy smartphones
• Sony outs Xperia Ion
• Phone maker punts AA-powered blower
• LG calls up 720p IPS screen smartphone for Verizon
• AR app brings aid to tailgaters
• iPhone demand strong months after 4S release
• Sony Ericsson hints at major CES product launch
• IK caters for mobile musicians with iOS peripherals
• Griffin plugs Midi for iPad musos
• Parrot puts on headphone gesture gadgetry
• Android-powered goggles bring virtual reality closer
• Panasonic pitches portable Skype screen
• Microsoft schedules Kinect for Windows launch
• Powerline Ethernet group posts 1Gb/s spec
• Ion refreshes arcade cabinet for iOS
• Parrot takes flight with next-gen quadricopter
• Ubuntu hoists skirt, flashes 'concept' gadget at CES
• Toyota teases next-gen Prius styling
• Honda NSX reborn as a hybrid
• Vauxhall prices up Ampera e-car for Blighty
• VW catches electric Beetle
• Tesla 300-mile e-car UK Debut set for 2103
• Ford unwraps '2013 Mondeo'
• Fujifilm unveils X-Pro1 APS-C compact system camera
• Polaroid develops Android camera combo
• Canon focuses on compact snapper spruce-up
Odds and Sods
• Top techs preview CES 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017...
• Opera's new store beams HTML5 apps into tellies
• Ubuntu Linux shop reveals 'TV for human beings'
• 802.11n Wi-Fi uploaded to SD card spec
• 1TB USB stick shoved into Swiss Army penknife
• 75 wirelessly charged devices will demo at CES
Consumer Tech Reviews
• Fujifilm Finepix X10 compact camera
• Philips Cinema 21:9 Gold 50in ultra widescreen TV
• Lindy wireless extender and projection server
• Pure Highway 300Di in-car digital radio kit
• X-Dream Rocker wireless gaming chair
• HP Pavilion dv6 15.6in quad-core notebook
• HD JuiceBox HDMI over Powerline kit
• Archos G9 101 8GB Android tablet
• Ten... mini hi-fi systems
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