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Steven Sinofsky's latest Learning by Shipping blog post gives his "snark free" thoughts on CES 2013, while also serving as his own example of a standard company "trip report".
CES 2013 saw a lot of odd gadgets, but few were as interesting as a Windows 7-based PC that also serves as a touchscreen table made for restaurant customers to look at menus, order food and more.
Samsung is blaming the weak reception of Windows RT, and the amount of consumer education required, as reasons to why their ATIV Tab won't be released in the United States
If you've ever wanted to build your own all-in-one desktop, Gigabyte and Intel have teamed up to provide the necessary parts, including low-profile motherboards and custom monitor-cases.
Some brief previews of Microsoft's upcoming Surface Pro tablet from CES 2013, running Windows 8 Pro, have revealed more differences compared to the Surface RT tablet.
Musician and actor LL Cool J is helping to develop an upcoming music app exclusively for Windows 8 called Liquid MyConnect Studio that's designed to allow for long distance music collaboration.
A statement from Sprint's Ryan Sullivan suggests that Sprint may be bringing two new devices to the network from HTC and Samsung, as opposed to simply rehashing the Windows Phone 8X or ATIV S
At CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Samsung has unveiled a brand new mobile chipset called the Exynos 5 Octa, which combines four Cortex-A15 cores with four Cortex-A7s for supreme battery life and performance
Research in Motion's chief marketing officer, Frank Boulben, said that the company plans to launch six BlackBerry 10 smartphone products in 2013, with a range of price points from budget to high end.
Samsung demonstrated its upcoming Youm fexlible display technology at its CES 2013 press conference in part by using what it might look like on a version of a Windows Phone device.
Microsoft Research has revealed a new project called IllumiRoom as part of Samsung's CES 2013 press conference that could see future Xbox games projected outside a TV screen in a living room.
As part of its CES 2013 announcements, Panasonic revealed plans to launch the FZ-G1 Toughbook, a 10 inch rugged tablet that runs on Windows 8 that will be released in March for $2,900.
In a new interview with Valve founder Gabe Newell, he states flat out that Valve's own Steam Box will be based on Linux, while also continuing his hate of Windows 8, calling it "this giant sadness."
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs said today during a press briefing at CES 2013, "I never count out Microsoft out" when it comes to the company's current drive to push Windows Phone-based smartphones.
Microsoft has released a new video to show some of the new Windows 8 notebooks, tablets and all-in-one PCs that are being announced by third party OEM makers at CES 2013.
Panasonic has revealed plans to launch a Windows 8 tablet that will be 20 inches in size but will have a 4K resolution screen. No other information on this tablet has been announced.
Gigabyte, best known for their PC motherboard and graphics card products, announced plans to expand its Windows 8 tablet business at CES 2013 with another upcoming product.
Asus has announced plans to launch the Transformer AiO, an 18.4 inch PC with a monitor that can detach from a base and the ability to switch between Windows 8 and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).
Viewsonic used CES 2013 to introduce new touchscreen monitors that are based on Windows 8, including a 23 inch monitor that can be adjusted so it is flat on a surface.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer made a surprise appearance at CES 2013 on Monday, saying, among other things, that Windows Phone devices sold five times their 2011 numbers for Christmas 2012.
The PC maker Xi3 has announced it has received an investment from Valve and will launch a new PC that will use Valve's Steam client and its Big Picture mode.
A few hours before Qualcomm are set to take the stage at CES 2013, we've found details of what they're going to announce, including a super-powered Qualcomm 800 2.3 Ghz quad-core chipset
The Samsung ATIV Odyssey has been officially announced at CES 2013, bringing a new entry-level Windows Phone 8 device to Verizon in the coming weeks for an unspecified price
Intel made a number of new processor announcements during its CES 2013 press conference, including a new "Bay Trail" Atom processor for tablets and a new lower power version of its Core chips.
In a new interview, Acer president JT Wong keeps making comments against Microsoft's Surface tablet, claiming that Microsoft's plan to promote the Surface has so far been "confusing to consumers."
Kingston Digital has announced plans to launch the DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0, a new Flash drive based on USB 3.0 that will come with up to a whopping 1 TB of storage space.
Asus has announced the new VivoTab Smart Tablet, a new Windows 8 tablet that includes a "TransSleeve" a keyboard that doubles as a cover that looks a lot like the Type Cover for Microsoft's Surface.
NVIDIA has surprised everyone and announced a portable gaming console, running both Android via the Tegra 4 chip, and your home PC games from Steam through streaming technologies
NVIDIA has just announced the Tegra 4, bringing 72 GPU cores to smartphones, tablets and netbooks; plus four ARM Cortex-A15 CPU cores, and 4G LTE - making it NVIDIA's fastest chipset ever
Another Windows 8 laptop has been announced before the show has even kicked off, and this time it's the $800 Toshiba Satellite U845t budget Ultrabook packing decent specs for the price
There's nothing more awesome than a giant touchscreen, which is exactly what 3M has brought to CES 2013 with an 84-inch, 3840 x 2160 (4K), 40-point capacitive multitouch table
Lenovo enters the gaming PC desktop industry with its newly revealed Erazer X700, which includes a way to overclock the PC's processor without having to go into the BIOS.
Lenovo has announced a new slate of touchscreen-based Windows 8 PCs as part of its CES 2013 lineup, including new IdeaPad and ThinkPad notebooks and a new ThinkVision 13.3 inch mobile monitor.
Lenovo announced plans to release the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC, a Windows 8 27 inch touchscreen AIO PC that can be laid flat on any surface. It also announced it was testing a 39 inch version.
Vizio has announced a brand new Windows 8 tablet, packing (for the first time) an AMD Z60 "Hondo" processor along with an 11-inch, 1080p display and a "Microsoft Signature" install of Windows
Even though Microsoft will not be exhibiting at CES 2013, or delivering the opening keynote, there will still be a load of products on show utilizing Microsoft's software such as Windows 8
Ahead of CES 2013 next week, Samsung has already revealed plans to show off two upcoming PC monitors at the trade show, including the Series 7 Touch SC770 that's made for Windows 8-based PCs.
Despite rumors that Samsung would at least announce the Samsung Galaxy S IV smartphone at CES 2013 in January, a new report says that Samsung will concentrate on its TV products at the trade show.
Microsoft may not be an exhibitor at CES 2013 in January but the show's organizers at the CEA predict lots of Windows 8-based hardware will be shown at the Las Vegas electronics trade show.
Samsung is reportedly prepping itself for a brand makeover according to sources in Australia. The makeover is said to be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show on January 2013.
Panasonic and its new president Kazuhiro Tsuga will have the keynote presentation at CES 2013 in January, taking over the spot that has now been vacated by Microsoft.
The organization behind CES 2012 reported record attendance this week for the trade show with over 153,000 people coming to Las Vegas to check out the exhibits and keynote addresses.
Microsoft's exhibit hall space for CES in the Las Vegas Convention Center has already been sold for the 2013 show in a process that took just 45 minutes, according to a new report.
Gary Shapiro, the head of the Consumer Electronics Association, claims that Microsoft will return to both exhibit and hold a keynote event at the CES trade show sometime in the future.
More information has come to light about Microsoft's announcement Wednesday about its planned departure from exhibiting and holding a keynote speech at CES starting in 2013.
Microsoft has announced that it will no longer exhibit or hold a keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show after it makes its last appearance next month for CES 2012.