Travel back to January 9, 2007, just after Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone onstage at Macworld and CNET’s Declan McCullagh got a first glimpse of it under glass.
Relive the moment when Steve Jobs first showed the world the iPhone.
It’s time to get over the sci-fi dreams and get to somewhere more real. Join us for a discussion with industry experts on where we’re at and what’s coming next.
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We put our CES 2017 highlights into one (literally) snappy video, counting down all of the best tech you’ll want to buy into 2017 and beyond. This includes Razer laptops with three screens, LG OLED 4K TVs with HDR, and a really fast electric car,
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Project Valerie is a system that takes advantage of three 17.3-inch 4K IGZO displays, which all combine to provide users with the most efficient and immersive experience possible. Read more on TechnoBuffalo.com: http://www.technobuffalo.com/2017/01/05/razer-project-valerie-details/ Blade Stealth Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vOxGp7hV7g New USB-C Options at CES 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JDomWmNzIE Slickwraps:
EVGA shocked everyone when they announced the SC17 at CES 2016. This year, it’s not as much of a shock, but the SC15 looks like it could be a fantastic option for gamers on the move moving forward… Thanks to dbrand for sponsoring this video
Josh sits down with one of the first people that got him into technology – the great Patrick Norton of TekThing and classic TechTV days. They sit down to talk about CES and Patrick goes off about how much he loves music and audio, all