Alcatel has come to CES and wasted no time in getting started with the announcements, which include the One Touch Scribe X and Scribe HD-LTE smartphones. Or maybe more accurately given the display size, the Scribe X and Scribe HD-LTE phablets. But regardless of the name you choose to use, these One Touch devices will each have a 5-inch display.
MOGA name due to the recent giveaway where PowerA offered the controller (along with Modern Combat 4) for free. Well, for free with small fee for shipping. That model MOGA aside though, the company has come to CES and officially announced the next-generation MOGA controller, the PowerA MOGA Pro.
officially announced the latest addition in their WeMo home automation device lineup. The new addition is the WeMo Light Switch and it arrives with support for Android. This is an internet connected light switch that is designed to replace the standard in-wall switch. That said, there are a few points we need to bring up in terms of the Android support.
keyboard market heating up lately. We have the new arrivals such as the Kii Keyboard and Snapkeys Si. Not to mention the favorites such as SwiftKey and Swype. And well, it looks like Swype has gotten out early in terms of CES and announced the latest new features for their swipe-based keyboard. The latest addition for Swype is called Living Language.
few leaks in the lead up to CES, and well, it looks like Acer has come forward with an official announcement for the Iconia B1 tablet. Or a bit more specifically, the Iconia B1-A71 tablet. This is a 7-inch device that will arrive running Jelly Bean. Perhaps key for some, the price will be relatively low.
NVIDIA's biggest announcement of the night is arguably the reveal of the Tegra 4, but the announcement of NVIDIA GRID is definitely giving the Tegra 4 a run for its money. NVIDIA GRID marks the company's entrance into the cloud gaming market, and though we often associate PCs with cloud gaming services, this is also a big announcement for those playing on tablets and smartphones.
CES 2013, and NVIDIA is using the show to make quite a few major announcements. After letting us know what it's been doing in the PC gaming space, NVIDIA pulled the veil off the long-rumored Tegra 4 mobile processor. Yes, we all knew it was going to be announced, but boy does it feel great to finally have official confirmation.
CES time! As you all know this is where we'll see the latest and greatest consumer electronics of all types, shapes and sizes. We'll be focusing heavily on Android obviously, and we have a lot planned so get ready for some fun.
Samsung's flexible smartphone screens throughout the years, but when CES rolls around in a couple of weeks, Samsung will be ready to show them off once again. This time around, the screen will be 5.5-inches and sport a resolution of 1280x720 - that gives us a pixel density of 267. There will also be a flexible 55-inch TV screen on display, so Samsung has been hard at work to bring us these nifty new displays.