ces 2011 stories

Why do chalkboards still even exist in classrooms? With today's amazing touchscreen surfaces, the dusty chalkboard is practically a relic. No chalkboard can compare to LG's Touch TV, an interactive multitouch 60-inch plasma that lets anyone add their own layer of content on top of the TV's.
Intel's big announcement at CES is their new Sandy Bridge architecture. Without getting too far into the technical side, the important thing about this is the addition of graphics processing onto the main CPU itself. It may sound like a simple upgrade, but it could change the way we all do a lot of things with our computers.
When the world heard that Polaroid was ending the instant camera business, photographers and even neophytes mourned the loss of a classic camera and hobby. Polaroid then revived instant film with the ugly Polaroid 300, a rebrand of an already plastic-licious FujiFilm Instax Mini 7. Lady Gaga hopped onboard as Polaroid's new creative director and the result wasn't only a bizarre pair of camera sunglasses, but also the Grey Label GL30 Instant Digital Camera.