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CES 2011: Lunch at Piero’s

pierosLunch at Piero’s

The TechwareLabs team will be onsite Thursday 6th and Friday 7th January   to bring you the latest breaking releases and industry news produced by industry veteran, Pat Meier-Johnson. Some items of interest at the upcoming lunch include:

  • Cloud-based tools for creating and sharing ePublications
  • Dazzling photo-realistic 3D maps for geo-location apps
  • A smartphone app to track your valuables
  • Cool devices that will make your home the hottest spot
  • World’s thinnest LED monitor display
  • The hottest new mobile productivity apps
  • Android tablet devices that expand existing markets
  • The Number One mobile wallet
  • A tablet that proves size really does matter
  • Reliable wireless 1080p HDMI connectivity
  • Faster, more mobile data with USB 3.0 technologies
  • Multi-platform on-demand mobile TV subscription service
  • New longest-range cordless radar detector
  • Touchscreen digital Bible on new slate devices
  • Breakthrough multi-dimensional color video technology
  • Software to protect your devices and save your sanity
  • LCD TVs with personality and style from every angle
  • USB speakers with a small footprint and big sound
  • Industry-leading gaming platforms for tomorrow’s PCs
  • Voice-activated technology that enhances how people interact with their devices.

Lunch at Piero’s features product demonstrations and interviews with the developers behind tomorrow’s cool gadgets and technologies, so be sure to check back throughout the week as we keep you in the loop with CES 2011 news and releases.

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