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ASUS teaser video for CES announcement hints at a dual-booting Cyanogen device

“Green or Blue? One or Two?” are the questions ASUS is asking. The video, seen below, is a teaser for their CES announcement, in which they want to know our preference. Green… or blue? Some are speculating it will be a color option, perhaps even switchable plates. Other think it’s going to be a dual-booting Windows device. We think it’s a lot more Android than that.

Meizu plans to enter US market, will bring their devices to CES 2014

According to a severely abbreviated press release, Meizu — an OEM popular overseas — is planning a foray into the US market. They will be bringing their devices to CES in January, and note it as “the first step in a long-term strategy to pursue the U.S. market”. If their intentions ring true, we could have another player in the mobile landscape stateside, but how good is Meizu?

NVIDIA Project SHIELD extended hands-on with Android and PC gaming

One of the biggest presentations shown at CES this year was, without a doubt, NVIDIA's Project SHIELD, complete with a Tegra 4 processor, streaming PC gaming, and the distinction of being the first Android-toting NVIDIA device, top to bottom. What we've got for you here is a sort of B-roll collection of videos collected at CES from several source including NVIDIA Technical Marketing Director Nick Stam and Product Line Manager for GeForce GPUs Jason Paul. Have a peek at gaming with the device, an extended look at Tegra 4, and an in-depth explanation of NVIDIA's full intentions with this new gaming ecosystem.

CES 2013 was home to more than 150k attendees

While there wasn't quite as much Android presence as we'd have liked, CES 2013 was still wildly successful and tons of fun. In case you didn't know, it was the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and as usual had a huge turn out with thousands of visitors. This year the CEA explained it was again one of the biggest in history and enjoyed over 150,000 attendees.
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