In tech, knowing what’s next is always a good thing, and the orgy of near-future awesomeness that was last month’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the best crystal ball we have. This year it racked up 2700 exhibitors and 140,000 visitors; the fact that it’s in Las Vegas, the Alton Towers for dads, has nothing at all to do with its popularity. In the March edition of Stuff, you can check out our 10 highlights from CES – likely to be leading the tech charge in 2011.
Vegas had more tablets than an Ibiza nightclub, and we've got details of Motorola's Xoom – the first slate to run Android 3.0 Honeycomb and a genuine threat to Apple's tablet dominance. Mobiles remain the most useful and important gadgets, hence this issue’s epic Battle of the Smartphones in which we pitch the mobile OSs head-to-head. It’s like 300, but with better pecs.
We've also tested 3D laptops, electric cars, ebook readers, step-up SLRs and cycling satnav, plus the new crop of iPad docks and Google's brilliant Nexus S smartphone. Get yourself down to your local shop and grab a copy of the world's favourite gadget magazine. Or spare your legs and grab a subscription on the right hand side of this page.
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