Its back...its bigger...etc. Over the next few weeks you will hear about the eagerly anticpated CES show. Truth is...it is massive and in order to get the best out of it we have kicked off our popular blog cunningly called the CES Blog.Genius!
It may be two months until the madness starts proper, but with so much stuff to see and a massively expanded show coming in January, the VNU team has started early.
For the next two months we'll be posting all the pre-show news and gossip as well as providing background on the hots and nots to see on the show floor. Come new year, we'll all be jumping on planes and jetting out to Sin City to bring you the best and most comprehensive show coverage on the whole wide interweb.
Given the size of the beast we have to tackle, we'll be joining forces across the extended family to create the biggest and most up to date show news you could ever wish for.
There'll be reps from Computer Active's Active Home and PCW's Test Bed to keep tabs on the latest consumer and enthusiast announcements, while the Silicon Valley Sleuth will be in town to spy on the press room shenanigans and back room dealings. The Gizmodo boys will be drooling over the gadgets while our very own Security Watchdog will be keeping a cursory eye over proceedings.
It's going to be big, and this is just the beginning.
We will also be dscussing all the gossip and pre show buzz at ourdedicated Forum. Comment here--discuss there!
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New findings contradict conventional belief that Saturn's rings were formed along with the planet about 4.5 billion years ago
Such an earthquake would lead to a complete stress release in this segment of the fault system
Four types of test were performed to assess the performance of parachutes that could be used in missions to Mars