Daily Tech: 13 Jan 2010

CES 2010 has come to an end. Lots of amazing stuff being shown off this year. But makes you wonder, which gadget will end up in the market and which is vaporware. We’ll see.

Oh, if you just bought your Nexus One, there is a 3G connectivity bug. Don’t worry, the workaround is pretty simple.

CES 2010 Round Up
– Cnet: Best of CES Awards
– Engadget: Engadget’s gear of CES 2010
– Engadget: Crapgadget Crapdown, CES 2010: the best of the worst
– Cnet: CES 2010 wrap-up: Computers and hardware
– Cnet: CES 2010: Gaming wrap-up
– Cnet: TVs from the third dimension, a wrap-up
– BBC: Microsoft and HP show off ‘slate’ PC
– Cnet: Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 available this spring
– Engadget: Inbrics M1
– Cnet: Ford brings smartphone Web apps to cars
– Telegraph: Palm unveils new Pre and Pixi handsets
– Engadget: Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5.3 shown off very, very quietly
– TechieLobang: RCA Airenergy Charger, Harvest WiFi Energy and Charges Gadgets

– Lenovo Blog: Lenovo RapidDrive Technology
– PCWorld: Nexus One Has $174.15 Worth of Hardware
– TechinLobang: Summing Up Google Chrome OS Event
– Mad Shrimps: Intel Clarkdale vs AMD Phenom II with 785G

Reviews | Guides
– Tech65: Gear65 #51 – LG Chocolate BL40
– LesterChan.net: Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-L2S
– Dee Kay Dot As Gee: Nexus One 3G connectivity issue

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