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Posted On 20 May 2013 By Tim Stevens. Under: Uncategorized.
When it comes to tech events, there's nothing quite like the International CES. It's a challenge, it's a marathon and it can be a little overwhelming -- but we wouldn't miss it for the world. CES has evolved dramatically since its inception in 196...
Posted On 26 Jan 2013 By Brian Heater. Under: Uncategorized.
Many entered, but it was Daniel Orren who sent in a great green-screened video that snagged him a temporary spot on the Engadget crew at this year's CES. Hanging with the team in our trusty trailer, getting comped meals, roaming the floor, wearing min...
Posted On 24 Jan 2013 By Brian Heater. Under: Uncategorized.
The craziest week of the tech year is at end, and we have to say, we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Sure, it wasn't quite as epic as it has been in years past, but CES is still the show that sets the stage for the rest of 2013. By that measure, we may...
Posted On 23 Jan 2013 By Brian Heater. Under: Uncategorized.
In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. We've been talking about Securifi's Almond rou...
Posted On 20 Jan 2013 By David Fishman. Under: Uncategorized.
You might say the week is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workweek, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Weekly Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 7 days -- all handp...
Posted On 18 Jan 2013 By Stephen. Under: Uncategorized.
iPhoneLife contributor, Todd Bernhard, just reported on a very cool product that he saw at CES (Consumer Electronics Show). It’s an IndieGogo crowdsourced project, available now at $25 but will be retailing later for $100. Take a look at his write-up and let us know what you think of this product… It is not coming [...]
Posted On 18 Jan 2013 By Billy Steele. Under: Uncategorized.
Now that we're all back to the normal grind outside of the confines of a double-wide trailer, it's time to reflect on the last week's events in chilly Las Vegas. In a return to weekly installments of our tablet mag, we recall the high points of CES 2...
Posted On 16 Jan 2013 By Brian Heater. Under: Uncategorized.
Microsoft's decision to drop out of CES prompted a lot of questions with regards to the future relevance of CES, not the least of which was how much the industry really needed an in-person tech trade show in an age where business is primarily done on...
Posted On 15 Jan 2013 By Richard Lai. Under: Uncategorized.
We've seen a handful of rugged Androids in our time, but none are as affordable and as weird as these ones at CES. The backstory here is that a couple of Chinese guys in camouflage gear approached us at our CES stage, and after an awkward conversatio...
Posted On 15 Jan 2013 By Brian Heater. Under: Uncategorized.
It was all bad timing, really. Just ahead of CES 2012, Microsoft announced that year's event would be its last, blaming product schedules that just didn't match up with the annual show. There was no question that the tech giant's absence would be fel...