The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a major technology-related trade-show held each January in Las Vegas has just concluded.  Typically the CES hosts previews of products and new product announcements. 

One of the announcements at this year’s event was the growth of Blu-ray players in American homes.  According to the Digital Entertainment Group, a group that represents companies involved in the high-def disc industry, Blu-ray players are now in 27.5 million U.S. homes.   Andy Parsons, chairman of the Blu-ray Disc Association, announced at the show that sales of Blue-ray titles have doubled in the last year.

And with that comes the announcement from CES and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment that all 6 Star Wars Films, united in one complete set, will be available for the first time on Blu-Ray in September 2011!  You can pre-order now with some online retailers.

And finally this from Win7News:

2010's "Most Dangerous" List from TrendMicro

Security company TrendMicro has compiled a list naming the hardware, software, website, file format and more that posed the greatest security risks in 2010. Some of their picks might surprise you. The good news: Windows was not named the riskiest operating system; Mac OS X was. Google was considered the riskiest web site, and PDF (once considered safe) earned the title of riskiest file format. Read the rest of the list here: