Articles tagged with: Consumer Electronics Show

GSA Confirms 2,137 HSPA Devices Launched, 67 % Annual Growth

The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) confirmed today that 2,137 HSPA devices have been launched in the market by 214 manufacturers. This figure includes several new products which were announced at the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas earlier this month (CES 2010). more

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The 10 Big Trends That Will Emerge From CES

We've become a nation of early adopters -- now can the consumer electronics industry lead the U.S. recovery? That's what CE manufacturers (who happen to include a few of the world's biggest consumer marketers) hope for as they gather in Las Vegas this week for the annual Consumer Electronics Show. more

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iSuppli Exclusive: The Connected Car Arrives at CES

Automotive systems provider Visteon Corp. at the upcoming 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January is set to unveil its connected car demonstrator that sports a flexible approach to providing Internet access in motor vehicles, according to iSuppli Corp. more

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Huge Growth Set for Pico Projectors in Cell Phones, Other Mobile Electronics

Because of their capability to overcome screen-size limitations in mobile electronics devices, tiny pico projectors embedded into products such as smart phones are set for a staggering sixtyfold growth in shipments during the next four years, more

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Palm Loses Over Half a Billion Dollars in Three Months

Venerable, yet troubled smartphone and PDA vendor, Palm has reported a loss of over half a billion dollars for the second quarter of its fiscal year.  more

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50 Million Projectors Built into Phones by 2012

One of the newer innovations being discussed in the wireless arena are small micro or pico projectors designed for use with mobile devices.  more

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Telco Executives Call for FCC Overhaul; Question Agency Relevancy

Senior telecommunications company executives called for a radical overhaul of the Federal Communications Commission, saying the agency's focus is no longer relevant for the modern market. more

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Nokia Shares its Vision of Convergence

Nokia President and CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo will share the company's vision of how simplifying and converging mobility and the Internet with connected multimedia devices is making it possible to create, consume and share our experiences when and where we want. more

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Tech Execs Visit Las Vegas Seeking New Era For Hand-held Devices

SAN FRANCISCO (Dow Jones) -- If the creators of "Dick Tracy" or "Star Trek" were still alive and in Las Vegas in the coming days, they could be forgiven for asking for royalty payments.  more

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Expectations High For An Apple Cellphone At Macworld Show

The sprawling Consumer Electronics Show will kick off this weekend in Las Vegas, but Apple Computer may steal the show when the Macworld conference opens Tuesday in San Francisco.  more

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