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Hands On With the Kyobo eReader and Its Mirasol Display

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Originally shown at CES a couple of years ago, Qualcomm's Mirasol display technology was promised to bridge the gap between LCD and e-ink display technology. And even though Qualcomm dumped a lot of money into building the infrastructure to put the displays into production, their arrival has been very, very slow.

Hands On Intel's Last, Best Mobile Hope

By Kyle Wagner on at

Intel would be the first to admit that it's fallen far behind int he mobile game. The company desperately wants in on the post-PC land grab, but so far hasn't been able to put out a chip that's not a battery-draining false start. Medfield is the processor that's supposed to change all that. And based on our brief hands on, it honestly just might.

Here's How Siri Can Power an Apple HDTV

By Casey Chan on at

Nuance, the amazing voice recognition technology behind Siri and other voice recognition software on phones, has announced that they'll be bringing their voice tech to TVs now with Dragon TV. Basically, Nuance wants you to talk to your TVs. And since Apple is supposedly making an HDTV that let's you talk to the TV, this is getting VERY interesting.

Intel Caught Faking Ultrabook Gaming Demo

By Jesus Diaz on at

This video shows proof that Intel faked their CES 2012 ultrabook gaming demo. Instead of using the real racing game, Mooley Eden pretended he was driving a car while in fact he was just moving the wheel while a video was playing.

Parrot's New Headphones Are Mighty Purty

By Brent Rose on at

I bet you're looking at these ZIK Parrot by Starck cans and thinking how hot they are. Hey! Eyes up here, buddy. Don't be shallow. They're packed tight with some very cool tech, but yes, they are begging to be stroked.