ces 2012

  • Samsung’s Smart TV Can “Listen, See, And Do” No Evil

    Samsung’s Smart TV Can “Listen, See, And Do” No Evil

    We’re live here at Samsung’s live press conference at CES International 2012, and Samsung is introducing a new Smart TV with the ability to “listen, see, and do” what it wants, without ever touching the remote control. The idea is that the TV will get smarter the longer you own it, presumably through updates, eliminating the need for you to buy a new TV to keep up pace. Read More

  • Samsung Press Conference at CES 2012

    Samsung’s Live Press Conference At CES International 2012

    It would be a huge understatement to say that Samsung had a good 2011. But that’s not what today’s about. Today, we’re looking into the future of Samsung and no place is better than the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. If you feel like following along, check out the webcast below. Read More

  • Verizon’s Droid RAZR MAXX Seems To Be The Droid RAZR With Better Battery Life

    Verizon’s Droid RAZR MAXX Seems To Be The Droid RAZR With Better Battery Life

    Remember the exceptionally long-named Droid RAZR MAXX that got spotted in Verizon’s inventory system a few weeks ago? It’s real now — and so far it seems to be… pretty much the same as the Droid RAZR, save for extra storage space and claims of a super long battery life. Read More

  • LG Officially Unveils The Spectrum With 720p Display And Verizon LTE

    LG Officially Unveils The Spectrum With 720p Display And Verizon LTE

    LG and Verizon have just announced their latest LTE Android 2.3 Gingerbread-powered smartphone: the LG Spectrum. Most impressive of all its reported specs would be the 720p display, measuring in at 4.5-inches. The only phone thus far that is able to tout such an impressive display would be the HTC Rezound, which has a slightly smaller screen and measures .53 inches thick. The new LG… Read More

  • Verizon Makes The Motorola Droid 4 Official

    Verizon Makes The Motorola Droid 4 Official

    It’s been but 5 months since the Droid 3 hit the shelves — but hey, who doesn’t like a bit of rapid obsolescence in the morning? Meet the just announced Droid 4 for Verizon; it’s got all of the staples people know and love from the Droid line (the slide-out keyboard, the 4 inch display) with one big perk over its predecessors: 4G LTE support. Read More

  • Pioneer Announces Android Support For AppRadio 2

    Pioneer Announces Android Support For AppRadio 2

    AppRadio has always been a pretty sweet offering from Pioneer, but something important was missing: support for Android. In 2012, however, Pioneer’s new AppRadio 2 platform will support both iPhone 4/4S as well as select Android phones. It has built-in Bluetooth, which only makes sense in the car, along with two configurable RCA Pre-outs for connecting to aftermarket or OEM amplifiers. Read More

  • Netgear Intros Media Storage Router At CES: The WNDR4500

    Netgear Intros Media Storage Router At CES: The WNDR4500

    Here at the CES International 2012 in Las Vegas, Netgear has whipped out the latest iteration in its line of flagship routers: the WNDR4500. Just like the previous model, you’ll find integrated storage but this new model offers up to 2TB of built-in storage. Consumers can upgrade at any time to get more capacity. But it gets better than that. Read More

  • Ustream: Watch Sharp’s CES 2012 Press Conference Live!

    Ustream: Watch Sharp’s CES 2012 Press Conference Live!

    Sharp. Everyone likes Sharp. They can do wrong, really, and they are taking the stage next at CES 2012. Their press conference, which is embedded after the jump, is set to kick off at 11:00 am PST. Expect thin LCDS and perhaps a thin LCD with Google TV built in. The event is expect to take 45 minutes. We’ll be there live as well, ready to post on whatever exciting products coming from… Read More

  • BlackBerry PlayBook’s Next OS Plays To RIM’s Strengths: Email, Calendar, Productivity

    BlackBerry PlayBook’s Next OS Plays To RIM’s Strengths: Email, Calendar, Productivity

    CES generally isn’t RIM’s stomping ground, but the Canadian company is here in force. Chief among RIM’s news is details about the upcoming PlayBook refresh. Available for download next month, PlayBook 2.0, as RIM is calling it, seems to right many of the PlayBook’s wrongs. This is the feature set the tablet so badly needed at launch. Read More