NPR’s Digital Culture Consultant, Laura Sydell, went for a ride in a GM Suburban hooked up with a WiMAX connection. Listen to her experience with broadband on the go.
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Leslie Cauley reports for USA Today on how cell phone companies and internet companies will have to cooperate to navigate the surge towards mobile web and the personal internet.
This is my seventh consecutive CES, and this year’s show was more about what people can do with technology rather than just tauting the new things technology can do. The core theme of Intel CEO Paul Otellini’s keynote was refreshing … Read more
Reblogged from the Silicon Valley Watcher. Tom Foremski goes undercover at the “It won’t stay in Vegas” blogger party sponsored by Intel and the PodTech Bloghaus. He even got a few frames of my ugly mug:
A surprise of CES, was finding myself in the Chocolate Rain meme. First it was meeting Tay Zonday in the booth, then working with Intel to publish a video interview with him, then noticing the floor-to-ceiling fountain of chocolate rain … Read more
Linux Journal blogger Doc Searls feels Ottelini’s Keynote pointed towards an increase in Big Business acting small. Big Stage Entertainment gave Smash Mouth a virtual spin during the Intel Keynote — Watch a clip. The demand for mobility is huge … Read more
In an exciting CES keynote, General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner showed a dazzled crowd their automotive future. A cool new innovation he described was “Stolen Vehicle Slow Down” that uses GPS technology to pinpoint the location of a stolen car, … Read more
Adam Berger from Gadgetell covered Paul’s keynote live from the floor. Here’s his live blog. Thanks Adam. Good blog.
CNET covers the chip-makers attending CES…
Valleywag has some surprisingly goods tips on attending CES. Tips from a CES veteran includes such gems as > When leaving the Las Vegas Convention Center, don’t wait in the cab line — walk straight up the cross street it’s … Read more