Google Creates Education Transformation Center to Promote App Solutions

Last week the Google for Education Transformation Center was announced as a hub and launch pad for school change. Google has long been involved in pushing technology to improve and modernize education, but with the launch of the Center it hopes to spur a community of educational thought leaders to action. Persuading schools to adopt… Continue reading Google Creates Education Transformation Center to Promote App Solutions

Turn Ideas into 3D models with the MakerBot CupCake CNC

WebProNews got to check out a very cool invention at the Makerbot booth at CES 2010. The Makerbot Cupcake CNC is a 3D printer than can create almost anything up to 4″x4″x6″. Using 3D modeling software, the user can create anything they want and the printer will use ABS plastic to build it into a… Continue reading Turn Ideas into 3D models with the MakerBot CupCake CNC

Stop the Spread of Germs with Seal Shield Electronics

Seal Shield has created a line of products that can be cleaned using your dishwasher or sink, including remote controls, keyboards and mice. WebProNews got to check out these new, washable products at CES 2010. Seal Shield wanted to ensure the safety of its users by preventing the spread of bacteria that causes MERSA, staff… Continue reading Stop the Spread of Germs with Seal Shield Electronics

The Power of Powermat Products

WebProNews stopped by Powermat’s booth at CES 2010, and got to check out the new products on display. The Powermat Portable is the first product that was featured. This is an easy and cordless way to charge 3 devices at once. The mat folds up which makes it very convenient to take with you anywhere.… Continue reading The Power of Powermat Products

Intel Dashboard Technology To Help With Energy Consumption

Device concepts are quite common at CES, yet Intel showed off a product which stood out from the crowd. It’s called, Home Dashboard, and looks to be a HUB where various aspects of domestic living can be monitored and controlled. Most of the video shows off how the Home Dashboard is used to regulate energy… Continue reading Intel Dashboard Technology To Help With Energy Consumption

Microsoft Expands Software Offering In Ford’s Truck Line

Microsoft and Ford have partnered together in the past to create ‘Sync’. They’ve taken this idea a step further in the the 2011 Ford Super Duty, by expanding the available software. They’ve touted it as a ‘contractor’s dream’. The idea behind the software integration is to allow drivers to turn the cab of their truck… Continue reading Microsoft Expands Software Offering In Ford’s Truck Line

Infoscape – Changing the Way We View Information

Intel’s Infoscape is by the far, one of the most interesting and cool innovations at CES 2010. Mike McDonald, from WebProNews, got to check out what Infoscape is all about. Intel’s Infoscape was designed so people could access live information in a unique way. This cube-shaped double HD display is powered by Intel’s 2010 Core… Continue reading Infoscape – Changing the Way We View Information

ASUS – Products of the Future

Most products shown off at CES are centered around the actual release of a product. ASUS instead displayed products of the future. These proof-of-concept displays are within technical reality, but are far from mass release. The technology is called Waveface, and could provide stellar advancements in computing technology. Three devices were shown off using Waveface,… Continue reading ASUS – Products of the Future