Las Vegas — Apple’s Mac computers make a fashion statement all on their own, and Taylor Burghard’s jewelry takes that a step further by letting you show off your tech flair with style. Her jewelry stands on its own despite the fact that she’s only 13 years old — a fact that’s easy to overlook thanks to her eye for design and business savvy.
LAS VEGAS—IK Multimedia unveiled several new devices and apps for musicians who want to use iPad and iPhone to record and perform music with their iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches, including iRig STOMP, a stomp box for Amplitube. The device is aimed at musicians who want to integrate their iOS device into their analog music gear by allowing them to activate it with their feet.
LAS VEGAS—Direct from the floor of CES 2012, Bryan Chaffin offers part 1 of our show floor photo galleries. In this installment we have robots, art projects, gorgeous Star Wars fangirls, and lots of cool new Mac and iPhone/iPad stuff!
Unsurprisingly, Apple employees are walking the show floor at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show, according to a source who told Reuters that more than 250 of the tech giant’s employees are registered to attend. Apple has no official presence at the trade show.
Las Vegas — Liquipel is hoping to cut down on headaches from water damaged iPhones with its self-named coating that protects your combo iPod and smartphone by preventing moisture from contacting the device’s sensitive electronic components. The coating doesn’t require a case, and keeps your iPhone dry even if it’s completely submerged in water.
Las Vegas — Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s recurring theme through the company’s final keynote presentation at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show was Windows 8. Mr. Ballmer used the event to show off what’s in store for the next version of Windows on PCs, tablets and smartphones, and to indirectly show how the OS will compete with innovations from Apple’s own iOS and OS X operating systems.
The Mac Observer is packing up and heading out to the Consumer Electronics Show again, and we’ll be scouring the massive expo halls to find the latest and greatest in tech. This year, just like last, it already looks like the common theme for companies is to try to catch up with Apple, or even out-Apple Apple, and the show hasn’t even started yet.
As another Consumer Electronics Show gets underway in Las Vegas (TMO’s Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet are on location and will be filing reports), Apple’s lack of participation once again weighs heavily on the proceedings; the company hasn’t exhibited at the show since 1994. San Francisco Chronicle columnist James Temple says that ultrabooks will be a major factor this year, thanks to the success of Apple’s MacBook Air.
LAS VEGAS - We’re wrapping up our “Count the Tablets” coverage of CES with eight tablets that Intel was demonstrating. These were a mix of Windows and Android-powered devices, and they include one device (the Motion CL900) that we already covered from Microsoft’s booth, for a total of 51 tablets we were able to round up.
LAS VEGAS - Continuing our “Count the Tablets” coverage of CES, we have five tablets being shown off by Microsoft (only four of them are new to our Count, bringing). These tablets are the real deal in that they are definitely going to ship, if they haven’t already, and we got two added bonuses compared to the Android tablets we saw in other parts of CES: We could touch them and they were turned on and operational.
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