So I have been following the bits and pieces on Engadget, Gizmodo and CrunchGear and have cobbled together my highlights from today.
GPS: – toys toys everywhere
Delorme released a new EarthMate
Engadget looked at Garmin’s new line-up
Pioneer’s new voice controlled GPS with iPod and bluetooth support
MSI’s new line (I assume it is the motherboard manufacturer
Sony’s updated line
Hands-on with Nuvi 880
3D Monitors – Active stereo is expensive and kind of a pain sometimes, so I hope that some the passive 3D technologies announced over the last few years will eventually make a mark in the market.
MiraCube is a new passive 3D monitor model out of Korea
Samsung Series 4 and 5 Plasmas to do 3D
Microsoft Keynote – two of Bill’s big things (out of 3) are location and touch…now if I could just find the quote to prove it
Surface still looks cool at least
TellMe, a Microsoft Subsidiary, uses GPS and voice recognition for daily activities (find and purchase movie tickets was the example
Bill G wrapped up the keynote with a visual recognition demo that ties into MS Virtual Earth and location based on visual queues which I would guess uses Photosynth technology in the backend