The name Nanoport magnetic connector alone gives us an idea that this is one cool concept. Anything with the word “nano” and “magnetic” could be something great and this new project from Nano Magnetics is no different.
It's hard to believe, but we are only a month away from the annual CES show in Las Vegas where hoards of new gadgets and electronics launch each year. With the show so close, the rumors are swirling about what products we may see at the show. One of the rumors says that LG will launch the G Flex 2 at CES 2015 next month.
Crazy – that’s the word we have for it. We have no arguments whatsoever that the tech industry moves heck fast, but Sony is trying to redefine that statement as we are continuing to receive leaks that Sony will indeed be launching its next flagship phone, the Xperia Z4 this coming January in Las Vegas.
Lenovo’s innovation of late has been wildly impressive. From new phones to interesting tablets, the new Android items from Lenovo are a breath of fresh air. Though Android desktops are a mixed bag, we got a hands-on with Lenovo’s ThinkVision here at CES 2014. Packing a punch is putting it mildly.
Smartphones seem to be growing in size, but there is a point where a device should be considered a phablet, or in the case with the recently unveiled Hisense X1 -- a tablet. Coming out of CES 2014, Hisense has unveiled the 6.8-inch X1 smartphone. Naturally, we were a bit curious about this oversized smartphone so we made sure to spend a bit of hands-on time checking it out.
Toshiba entered the Chromebook market here at CES 2014 with a 13.3-inch notebook. This has them sitting in sort of a middle ground as many of the other Chromebooks are sporting an 11-inch display. Then we have the HP Chromebook 14. But while Toshiba has found the middle ground in terms of display size, the resolution will come in at a familiar 1366 x 768.
AT&T's recent CES announcement of a new way to help cut down on data bills was met with mixed sentiment. Taking advantage of his on-stage time at CES 2014, FCC chair Tom Wheeler assured that crowd that the commission will look into the matter and put its weight on it but only if necessary.
We're no strangers to gadgets that try to do everything. After all, smartphones have mostly evolved to become just that. But there are just some things that leave you scratching your head and the ZTE Projector Hotspot unveiled at CES 2014 could be one of them.
All-in-one computers seem to be on a rise, at least here at CES 2014. But new models aren't just limited to Android or Windows operating systems. Indeed, LG has unveiled the LG Chromebase, the first all-in-one computer that runs nothing but Google's Chrome OS.
Modular smartphones might be a thing, or maybe it will just be a passing fascination. Whatever the outcome may be, ZTE is ready to dive into the modular smartphone game with the Eco-Mobius that it is showcasing here at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.