Sure, Monday's iPhone 3GS announcement may have unsettled some phone manufacturers, but there may be broader implications for gadget companies.
In this week’s show Atlantis launches to fix Hubble, the European Commission fines Intel, iRobot ships bots to the battlefield, Kabul gets WiMax, a Thai hospital boosts safety with robots and eye tracking systems go open source.
In this week’s show Amazon intros a new Kindle, the Microsoft Imagine Cup declares a US champion, Windows 7 release candidate becomes publicly available, Steve Ballmer gives Stanford students a pep talk, a robot mows the lawn, a computer snaps together like Legos and robots battle it out in Tokyo.
In this week’s show the New York Auto Show shows off car technology, Sun launches new servers, Sanyo unveils a laser projector, Sony intros a new Walkman and Honda demos two motion assistance devices.
In this week’s show IBM and Sun merger talks break down, Acer launches 20 new products, Nintendo’s DSi launches worldwide, the Mousegrips helps you exercise while checking e-mail, Nanotouch solves the fat finger problem, JAXA unveils a new supercomputer, iRobot updates the Looj, Skype helps marriages, GM and Segway unveil the PUMA and Casmobot mows the lawn.
In this week’s show mobile software and hardware debut at CTIA in Las Vegas, Canada looks to recycle more e-waste, Intel launches new processors, FujiFilm shows off a prototype 3D camera, the European Commission prepares to investigate how online data is being used and a brain machine controls robots.
In this week’s show Dell’s rugged laptop fails the drop test, MIT plans to race a solar car, a smart meter helps users save energy, the bathroom of tomorrow reminds you to brush your teeth, high school students build and compete with homemade robots, the biggest cell phone in the world is unveiled, Nintendo ships its 100 millionth DS and Woz does the cha-cha.
Amazon.com will let copyright holders opt out of having their books read aloud on the company's Kindle 2 book reader.
We break down the key differences between the Amazon Kindle 2 and the company’s original e-book reader.
In this week’s show from CES: Palm introduces a new phone, a wind and solar powered gadget charges electronics, Samsung shows off thin TVs and Blu-Ray Disc players, Tom Hanks and Howard Stringer try on futuristic glasses, Kodak displays an OLED photo frame, mobile internet devices shrink and Schlage Link makes sure you don’t get locked out.