CES 2013

CES 2013: Are Phone/Tablet Hybrid Devices the New Trend?


It’s been an interesting CES this year, as the mobile space was surprisingly lacking with the handfuls of device that are usually announced. While we saw a few Windows Phone 8 handsets pop up from both Samsung and Huawei, an odd amount of tablet/phone hybrid devices, annoyingly aka phablets, were announced. While we wouldn’t go…

ST-Ericsson unveils its quad-core processor too, says it needs less power than competing products

ST-Ericsson unveils its quad-core processor too, says it needs less power than competing products

ST-Ericsson is joining the “quad-core revolution” with its brand new NovaThor L8580 system-on-chip. However, it’s important to note that this product won’t find its place at the very top of the market. Rather, it will be used by mid-to-top end handset makers which just want the “quad-core” label slammed on their product boxes. The reason…

CES 2013: Archos Announces Titanium Tablet Line


Archos made its presence known at CES today by unveiling its new line of affordable, powerful tablets. Named the Titanium line, Archos is releasing 4 new tablets that offer similar features to some pricier offerings out there.  The Titanium line of tablets will come in four varying sizes: 7″, 8″,9.7″ and 10.1″. The naming scheme…

CES 2013: Liquipel will send water running from your phone


A nice demo is always good to woo potential customers, and that’s exactly what we saw from Liquipel during CES this year. Making smartphones water-safe is a trend we’re beginning to see from many manufacturers today, but if you’re current device doesn’t ship with such a nano coating, then Liquipel might be the perfect solution for you! This year…

CES 2013: Eyes-on with the Lenovo K900


Of all the devices announced here at CES, the Lenovo K900 remains one of our top picks. The powerful phablet device might not be coming to the states, but it certainly doesn’t mean it hasn’t left an impression. All of the units were locked in meetings, and given time restraints, we took a few shots…

CES 2013: Hands-On with the Huawei Ascend W1


Huawei is kicking off 2013 with a bang, introducing not one, but three high-end handsets at CES this year. Besides the oversized Ascend Mate and the souped-up D2, the Chinese manufacturer also introduced the Ascend W1, the company’s first Windows Phone 8 handset. The most striking feature of the W1 is its colorful, slab design. Available in…

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