CES

ZTE SPro2 pico projector to be offered exclusively on AT&T

Have you ever been in a situation where you want to show something on your phone, whether at a business meeting or at a party, but your device's screen will not do justice to the picture or video you want to share? This particular dilemma has been solved with the advent of pico projectors, and the ZTE SPro2 is the latest to join the party and it will be offered exclusively by AT&T.

Sennheiser intros new headphones at CES 2015

Sennheiser's Momentum line of headphones has always been a popular one. The last special edition Ingress Momentum headphones was shown off a couple of months ago. The audio specialist has launched a new paid of headphones but this time, it offers wireless listening experience made possible by Bluetooth and NFC technologies. This next generation MOMENTUM will actually be available in two versions: the MOMENTUM Wireless and MOMENTUM On-Ear Wireless.

iRig 2 launches at CES 2015, now available for Android

You don’t have to tell us how pissed you were when as excited as you were, you picked up an iRig guitar interface device, only to realize you can't gig with it on your Android phone or tablet. (You can record stuff, but that's not the same thing.) Yeah, we’ve all been there and cursed the heavens for it. But it seems that the guitar gadget gods have heard us, for lo and behold, iRig 2 has been launched at the hallowed halls of CES in Las Vegas, and the new version brings Android compatibility with it.

HTC, Under Armour to partner in creating fitness related digital products

One segment of the market that has reaped the benefits of this whole mobile wearable revolution and innovation is the fitness-minded and athletic people. At CES 2015, HTC has announced a partnership with fitness apparel brand Under Armour to create devices that will support the latter's recently launched fitness platform and network. Will this be HTC's predicted entry into the wearable and/or fitness device market.

HTC Desire 320 announced in Las Vegas

After the HTC Desire 826, the Taiwanese phone manufacturer has shown off another Desire phone. The HTC Desire 320 is an entry-level handset that is packed with a Quad-core 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, Android 4.4, a 5 megapixel camera, and a high resolution 4.5-inch screen. It's a follow up to last year's MediaTek-powered HTC Desired 310--putting it in the budget smartphone category.

BLU Products launches multiple Android phones at CES

If you have a batch of new Android products, the CES International Trade Show would be the ideal place to display it to gadget fans. Who knows, if your products have what it takes, they just might get noticed. That is exactly what BLU Products is hoping as they launch a bunch of new Android smartphones targeted firmly at the lower niches of the smartphone market at CES 2015.

Kodak IM5 Android phone announced at CES 2015

Just before 2014 ended, we noted that Kodak and Bullitt Group would be introducing a new mobile handset at the upcoming CES 2015. The International CES is happening this week and we're glad to finally see the first Kodak phone. Officially called as the Kodak IM5, this smartphone runs Android and features a 5-inch HD screen. Kodak wants to simplify the smartphone experience with this particular model with an intuitive user interface.

Razer introduces affordable smartband for notifications

If all you want from a wearable is the ability to show you notifications from your paired smartphone or tablet, then the smartwatches in the market may be a little too expensive for you for that kind of simple function. But this early, a lot of OEMs have been releasing more affordable, entry-level wearables, just either as activity trackers or notification hubs. The latest to join the fray is Razer, known for its gaming software and devices. But this time, they're introducing the Razer Nabu X.

Play Android games on your TV with Razer Forge TV mini-console

As much as mobile gaming has definitely relieved us of boredom (as well as productivity) while we're on the go, there are times when you'd want to play those Android games on a much bigger screen to fully appreciate the graphics and the gameplay. Razer, a gaming device and software maker, has come up with an entire gaming ecosystem to make this possible for users, which includes the Razer Forge TV and the Razer Serval gaming controller.
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