A new survey reveals that nearly 10 percent of people who own a USB device containing corporate data have lost it, and more than 75 percent of them never reported it to their bosses. Full story
LAS VEGAS — Every year, while the Consumer Electronics Show displays the newest gadgets for home theaters, computing and cameras, the Adult Entertainment Expo shows off gadgets of another kind. This year, like many others, the AEE featured some consumer electronics systems that could soon find thems Full story
In person, the physical "Virtual Iraq" setup doesn't look like much — just an office chair sitting on a platform over a subwoofer, next to a nondescript PC with a rather low-resolution VR headset and a USB gamepad attached to a mock M4 carbine.
Consider the typical PC mouse: So timid, so boring, so bulbous. But this credit-card-size rodent, the MoGo Mouse BT, is anything but.Plug the tiny MoGo Bluetooth adapter into your laptop's USB port, flip down the kickstand to angle the mouse, and then navigate using the MoGo's concave "buttons" an
Creative's Vado HD Pocket Video Cam ($230) is most like the Flip with its built-in USB connector. It also comes with an HDMI cable for connecting the camcorder to a high-definition TV.
An exhibitor demonstrates the VPAD, a videophone developed for deaf and hard of hearing people, at CES Unveiled, the official press event of the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 6, 2009. Viable's newest VPAD, the VPAD, features Bluetooth, built-in WiFi and dual USB