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CES 2008 - lasts bits of coverage

Posted on Friday, January 25 2008 @ 05:55:17 CET by

The North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center is home to mobile audio, navigation and other vehicle accessories, and is a great place to see some really cool rides. But, being the car enthusiasts that we are, we took things a few steps further and also visited the Imperial Palace Auto Collection AND Exotic Cars at Caesars Palace. Odds are, you won't find all of these cars in any other CES coverage. So, sit back and enjoy the ride - we sure did!

Check it out at OCIA.

GPU computing is something we were not familiar with, but as Chris explained, the key behind GPU computing is utilizing the stream processors on NVIDIA graphics cards. These stream processors can provide anywhere from 10x to 100x speedups in your algorithms over conventional CPU cores. According to Tycrid, a single Titan workstation can replace over 50 dual quad-core workstations!

Check it out at OCIA.

It goes without saying that HDTV is a huge industry. Both LCD and Plasma manufacturers had a lot to show us, both proclaiming just how great their image quality is and how accurate their color reproduction is. In fact, several firms offer both technologies, and some do the DLP thing instead. And then there's OLED too. Man alive, there are a lot of televisions to consider, but let's have a look at four of the biggest players in the game and what they had to offer in terms of TV at the Consumer Electronics Show this year.

More at Futurelooks.



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