InterviewStephen Elop is relaxed. The Nokia CEO breezes into our meeting room away from the hubbub of the CES show floor and immediately starts to talk about the show and the launch of the Lumia 900.
Wireless standards are a funny thing. It seems that many demand that Wi-Fi is on board their devices but turn their noses up at DLNA support. So it's interesting that the arrival of AirPlay, a fairly new standard, has been welcomed and is cropping up on many a music player.
Pure has launched two new radios at CES 2012, with the most eye-catching being the Pure Sensio 200D Connect.
Now that our jetlag is subsiding, it's time to take a look back at the utter madness that was and is, the Consumer Electronics Show.
Without a launch date for Windows 8 or even a firm set of system requirements, there were no real Windows 8 tablet announcements at CES. Instead we saw demos of support for key Windows 8 features and standards on current Intel tablets and prototype ARM systems.
In DepthIf Intel is right about the high percentage of new PCs bought that will be Ultrabooks – and the $300 million it's putting behind the Ultrabook concept should help with that – AMD needs a processor to put in budget thin and light notebooks as well.
CES 2012Third party lens manufacturer, Sigma, opted to maximise image quality rather than minimise the size of its new compact system lenses according to Kazuto Yamaki, the Chief Operating Officer.