CES 2010 News Centre

Catch up on this week's CES action

The CES 2010 News Centre

The CES 2010 News Centre

The world's largest consumer electronic tradeshow, CES, kicked off in Las Vegas this week with a slew of company announcements and product releases in tow. More than 2500 exhibitors from around the world – including a record number of 330 new participants – are expected to take part in the annual show.

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, well known for his ‘dynamic’ live performances, has already shocked attendees with his down-sized keynote performance.

To catch up on the action, see our selection of CES stories below or subscribe to the RSS feed.

CES 2010 articles:

Australia to have tiny presence at CES

Should Australia's governments sponsor companies to go to CES?

Intel launches next-generation laptop, desktop chips

3D, thin TVs and e-readers among Samsung's CES announcements

Microsoft keynote highlights gaming announcements

See-through screens - gimmick or instant gadget love?

New Sony Cyber-shots full of surprises

New Panasonic Lumix cameras go high-capacity

Mobile digital TV coming to US in 2010

Lenovo laptop splits in two

Klipsch combines a wireless speaker and LED light

Laptops and 3D TV expected to headline show

Marvell sees fleet of Plug Computer-based products coming

Tablets are hot this year's CES

Cisco readying home telepresence trials in US

HP's multi-touch tablet previewed, arrives late 2010

First TransferJet devices coming in February

Quick hands-on from CES: Que and Skiff e-readers

First looks from CES: Google Nexus One and Motorola Backflip

Samsung focuses on 3D LED TVs

Panasonic promises 3D plasma HDTVs

Sony emphasises 3D across all HDTV lines

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Sharp QuadPixel technology promises better HDTV color

CES 2010: New Panasonic Lumix cameras go high-capacity

Cisco's Chambers demonstrates home TelePresence

Android madness at CES: Fad or future?

LaCie announces compact Wi-Fi HD media center

Tablets are hot this year's CES

Toshiba announces 'Cell TV' HDTV, set-top box

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