Dan Frakes discovers that Apple's success with the iPod (among other things) has dramatically changed the perception of the Mac market among exhibitors at this week's Consumer Electronics Show.
Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang's message of keeping things simple for the company's home page was reflected in the keynote he gave Monday at CES.
Bill Gates outlined his vision of the future in the Microsoft chairman's final CES keynote Sunday night. And Christopher Breen thinks that vision has a shelf life of exactly 10 days—about the same time between now and when Steve Jobs takes the stage for Macworld Expo.
The newly unveiled chips mark a refresh to the fourth-generation (Santa Rosa) Centrino laptop platform and should begin to appear in new laptops next week, although there's no definitive word if that includes Apple hardware.
Fraunhofer is pushing its HD-AAC music encoding format, which it says can sound better than audio CDs.
Myvu has introduced new sunglass versions of its video eyewear
Macworld Expo may be the biggest event of the year for Mac users, but for the consumer-electronics industry, the main event is already underway.
Belkin's new RockStar turns your iPod into a social experience where up to four other people can listen in, or even share their own iPod music.
The iTornado is a new USB appliance that simplifies the migration of PC-to-Mac "switchers."
Bluetooth, the wireless technology used in mice, keyboards, wireless headsets and other devices, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.