By Lisa Johnston
New products on display at the American International Toy Fair, held in N
Intel introduced its new 32-nanometer processor architecture today.
The formal announcement follows one made last month to the press during which Intel laid out its plan for its latest processor family.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.
Netgear bowed two wireless-N routers here at International CES, in the Las Vegas Convention Center's South Hall 4, booth 36270MP.
The wireless-N router with DSL modem — Mobile Broadband edition, model number DGN2200M — is an 802.11n wireless router with dual Internet access options. Users have the option of connecting via its integrated DSL modem or with a high-speed cellular connection that can be established through a 3G, 4G or WiMax USB dongle.
Cisco CEO John Chambers' International CES talk was light on new products but long on vision as he predicted 90 percent of all Web traffic in the near future will be video-based, and that his company is preparing to make these video experiences as consumer friendly as possible.
Nvidia introduced a Tegra processor for what company CEO Jen-Hsun Huang called the latest computer category, tablet computers.
Despite the similarity in name between tablet computers and tablet PCs, the Nvidia powered devices are smaller, do not use a Windows platform and can deliver better performance then a netbook. They are intended for consumers who want a better computing experience than can now be delivered by a handheld device like an iPhone or BlackBerry, he said.
Stamford, Conn. - Gartner has again boosted is 2010 worldwide PC shipment forecast, with unit shipments expected to increase almost 20 percent.
Gartner expects 366.1 million units to ship this year, up from the 305.8 million units that shipped in 2009. Spending on PCs will rise 12.2 percent to $245 billion. The research firm's December 2009 prediction anticipated a 13.3 percent shipment increase. Spending was expecte Stamford, Conn. - Gartner has again boosted is 2010 worldwide PC shipment forecast, with unit shipments expected to increase almost 20 percent.