In Pictures: Biggest Fails of CES 2011

We took a look at the best, but now it's time to sift through some of the worst on show at CES 2011

Please, No More Proprietary Network Technology



I hate it when network vendors pile on proprietary technologies to differentiate their products, because it forces you to stick with one vendor in order to reap the benefits. That's what happened with 802.11g (remember the days of Turbo-G, Super-G, and the like?), and now it's happening with HomePlug AV powerline gear. Several vendors announced products that speed HomePlug powerline networks to 500 mbps (the spec only does 200 mbps)—but only if all of the gear on the network uses the technology. — Yardena Arar

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  • Bob

    Until they start making phones with duel core processors then we wont be seeing Gingerbread on a phone. It has been made very clear that this OS, for the now, Is a tablet only OS and I find this review the be the most apple bias, misinformed article I have read in a while.

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