Tag "CES 2012"
AT&T was quick to release all the info regarding their 6 new 4G LTE Android devices. Ranging from super high-end devices to low-budget handsets. Their keynote presentation included the following
The Xperia ion is Sony’s first LTE Android device running Android v2.3(gingerbread). This device will launch exclusively in the U.S. on the AT&T network in the 2nd quarter of 2012. Boasting a
The FAVI A3-WiFi is the latest in Android innovation, giving users a portable “pocket projector.” Priced at $374 this little doohickey uses Wifi and Google Chrome to project video on a wall
Vimeo is the “home for videos you create” and they are finally releasing an Android application that will be free on the Android Market and Amazon App Store for Android.
LTE handsets are multiplying on every carrier around the country and MetroPCS is proud to announce its newest additions with the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G and the LG Connect 4G.
Today at CES, TiVo announced that the TiVo App for Android is now available, and includes support for the Amazon Kindle Fire. According to TiVo PR reps: The free
CES has begun, and it’s time for the announcements to start flying in. In the latest from the madhouse, Huawei has announced two new phones: the Ascend P1 S and the
Toshiba hasn’t been too involved in the Android tablet world, save for the launch of their Thrive last year. It looks as if they’re aiming to change that in 2012,
The magic that is CES is starting a bit early, thanks to Lenovo. They’ve unveiled several new Android devices, and each is just as impressive as the next. Let’s start
With CES just hours away, everyone is curious as to what’s going on behind closed curtains. Based on the video below, Motorola’s got something a bit new under their hat. Following
If you’re looking for a good company to look to who has done a fantastic job of adapting to changing technologies, Cobra Electronics would be a good one. Mostly
It’s a rather unarguable fact that, when Google TV launched at the end of 2010, it didn’t quite make the impression that Google had intended. Indeed, a lot of
It seems that Sony Ericsson is teasing us with something identical to the Xperia Arc, as you can see from the photo, on which the caption read “just a few more
Do you want an Asus tablet, but aren’t too crazy about 10-inch form factors? You may soon have another option to consider, as the image of a new Android-powered Asus