Technology news writing (CES 2009)

by Dean on January 10, 2009

ces coverage Technology news writing (CES 2009)

From January 5-9, I wrote the following technology news articles as part of TechRadar’s coverage of the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Monday, January 5

MSI X-Slim vs. the MacBook Air
Are you logging into the right Twitter?
Samsung and Yahoo! unleash Internet Widgets
Meet Denon’s luxury AH-D7000 headphones
Seagate first to demo USB 3.0
New JVC HDTV is only 7mm thick

Tuesday, January 6

Apple fires iWork ‘09 into the Cloud
GarageBand ‘09 (now with added Sting)
iMovie ‘09 adds “the depth users want”
New iPhoto ‘09 with face recognition
iTunes goes DRM-free at last
New 17-inch MacBook Pro has 8-hour battery
Want to Facebook from the Sahara?
Rez up your DVDs with CyberLink TrueTheater
Xbox 360 trounces PS3 in worldwide sales
Apple to announce more DRM-free music?

Wednesday, January 7

Sharp shoehorns Blu-ray into an Aquos
New JVC HDTVs have iPod docks
Facebook soars to 150 million users
LG debuts HDTV with wireless HDMI
The future of HDTV, LG-style
Kodak M-series cameras going cheap
All hail the Kodak EasyShare Z980
Olympus 550WP camera is ‘dunk and shoot’
Olympus touts world’s best optical zoom
Olympus launches super-slim cameras
Miniature 3M projector will be big news

Thursday, January 8

Play your PC games in stereoscopic 3D
Nvidia’s GTX 295 goes like a rocket
Sony bloats Memory Stick capacity to 16GB
SanDisk’s new ‘anti-download’ MP3 player
Financial crisis boosts Freesat sales
Sennheiser brags about world’s best headphones
Store 100 HD movies on a single SD card
New Sharp Blu-ray decks go Profile 2.0
Sharp demos 1080p XV-Z15000 projector

Friday, January 9

And the top-selling game of 2008 was…
Intel Classmate PC now a ‘convertible’
Sacked IT worker hacked his colleagues
Google quietly polishes Chrome browser
How to stalk your girlfriend with GPS
Build-it-yourself Xbox gaming
Star in your own homemade 3D movies

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