Velocity Micro has announced a pair of Android tablets, the Cruz D610 and the Cruz Q610. Both models are similar in features in that they are both sporting a 9.7-inch displays at 1024 x 768 and running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. These two tablets are expected to come available in the later part of Q1 2013 and will be priced at $199 and $249 respectively.
expecting to happen, Polaroid has come forward with an official announcement for their Android based camera. The model is the iM1836 and as was rumored, the camera is running Android and sporting a removable lens. Polaroid has yet to offer anything specific in terms of a release date, however those interested should not have all that long of a wait.
Pantech smartphone with AT&T, the Discover. This device will be available in just a few days time, on January 11. But perhaps key for some -- the Discover will launch at a rather nice price point -- $49.99 on a two-year agreement. And unlike some budget priced phones, the Pantech Discover has a rather nice set of specs.
CES earlier this morning, we learned that Nuance had added some new features to Swype. And more recently we have learned that Nuance has partnered with ZTE. The ZTE partnership is described as being multi-year, but really means that ZTE smartphone users will have the power of voice thanks to Nuance.
released the SDK emulator for the M100 Smart Glasses. And while we suspect the success of the glasses may come down to apps, we were interested in learning some additional details about the glasses themselves. Not to mention, spending some hands-on time.
Asus was planning to launch a Google TV offering at CES. Of course, thanks to the FCC we also started to get familiar with what the Qube. And well, coming out of CES, Asus has come forward with an official announcement for the Qube Google TV. The catch, they have yet to offer anything in terms of pricing or a release date.
CES, we have word of a gadget that we suspect those traveling may have wished had been announced ahead of the show. The gadget is the Trakdot Luggage tracker and just as the name would imply, this will allow you to keep track of your luggage. In fact, the Trakdot Luggage tracker provides real-time tracking.
Pantech is often thought of as a budget device here in the US market, the company may be looking to change that opinion with this latest AT&T announcement. Pantech, along with AT&T have announced the upcoming availability of the Discover smartphone. And nicely done, with a few exceptions, the Pantech Discover looks to be a handset to consider -- especially at the announced price point.
Dead Trigger game. Of course, as a solid game that is often updated and available for free, it would probably be harder not to like. On that thought, it looks like Dead Trigger fans have a follow-up to look forward to seeing arrive later in the year.
One Touch Scribe X and Scribe HD-LTE smartphones, Alcatel also announced the One Touch Idol and Idol Ultra during CES 2013. These devices have yet to get any official pricing or release details, however Alcatel is touting the One Touch Idol Ultra as the "world's slimmest smartphone" which comes courtesy of the 6.45mm thickness.