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The great, the bad and the ho hum from CES

Consumer Electronics Show supplied plenty of innovation without borders

A look at global IT spending this year

Plus, USB 3.0 and Apple tops Greenpeace's ranking list

The future of IT project management software

The project management software industry's future looks especially promising

D&H Canada signs HP and announces new promo

Distributor to offering HP's Smart Buy series of products to SMB resellers

Lenovo T400s notebook

This notebook is a gem, but it comes with a premium price tag. The touch-screen is a nice feature to have, but how useful is it really?

Is Google’s Android Nexus One device a threat to Apple’s iPhone?

Plus, Sony's 3D TV plans and Microsoft's Azure cloud services plansrnrn

CES: Asustek unveils netbook that unfolds to big-screen tablet

The company showed off a concept 47-inch LED TV and flexible screen wristwatch as well

CES: Samsung’s new e-readers add up to four

Samsung is also showing a 5-inch touchscreen e-reader and 6-inch with QWERTY keypad

CES: HTC brews up entry-level smartphone

Smartphone runs Qualcomm's Brew MP operating system instead of Android or Windows Mobile

CES: Intel launches next-generation laptop, desktop chips

Intel's latest Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 double the system and graphics performance of earlier chips

CES Video: Microsoft and Lenovo showcase slates, Sony’s 3D Love Story

CES is underway with product announcements from Microsoft and Lenovo, while Sony brings in Taylor Swift as its new HDTVs go 3D

CES: Samsung builds 3D TV home system, thinnest LED TV ever

Samsung also unveiled an app store for mobiles and HD TVs

CES: First certified USB 3.0 products announced

Superspeed USB ten times faster than USB 2.0

CES: Ballmer shows off Windows 7 slate PCs, but he’s coy about Courier

Microsoft's dual-screen e-reader fails to make rumored appearance at keynote rn

CES: HP gets touchy with new touch-enabled netbooks, notebooks

The PC vendor also wants you to know the desktop PC lives, launching several new consumer and business desktops at the Consumer Electronics Show

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