dragon-go

For quite some time now, Nuance’s voice recognition app, Dragon, has already been available on the Android Market. But during CES 2012, they launched a new app called Dragon Go! for Android... users.

The new previous app has been given a major makeover and is now called Dragon Go!, taking with it the very best of the company’s voice technology. Through the app, users get to produce...

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For just a short period of time, BuddyTV’s web service has already gained the interest of the public. They have been known as the source of a wide selection of TV programs, sports, and news... activities. Because of the success they have gained, the only logical thing to do was to come up with a multi-platform mobile client for the use of its smartphone and tablet users. To which, BuddyTV di...

viewpad-e70

On the first day of CES 2012, ViewSonic Corp. has announced their newest tablet—the ViewPad E70. What makes this 7” tablet different is that ViewSonic promises to deliver a ‘premium tablet... experience at an affordable price.’ However, we do like the idea that the tablet is already running the latest Android OS, the Ice Cream Sandwich. Plus, we like that the tablet has a super lightweight a...

pantech-burst

The Pantech Burst was announced on the first day of CES 2012 as an inexpensive 4G LTE Android smartphone. At only $49 with a two-year AT&T contract, you get a 4-inch Super AMOLED display... powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 16GB on-board memory (expandable to 32GB). Another option is to get a bundle contract with the Pantech Element Honeycomb tablet—and the phone will be free...

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It seems like the first day of CES 2012 was dominated by the thinnest everything. While there was the fight between Motorola Droid 4 and Huawei Ascend P1 S for the title of the... thinnest Android smartphone, it was the former who claimed the spot. In the Android tablet category however, there was no competition to Tohsiba’s claim as the ‘thinnest and lightest tablet’ on...

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Even though the Motorola Droid Razr held the title for the slimmest smartphone for quite some time, a new candidate was announced in today’s CES. Huawei’s Ascend P1 S smartphone was named... as the thinnest smartphone at the CES 2012 while a serious challenger, the Motorola Droid 4 (also announced as the thinnest smartphone on the same day) measured 12.7mm thick. The Ascend P1 S got the...

sony-xperia-ion

During the first day of CES 2012, Sony wasted no time in announcing their most recent Android smartphone, the Sony Xperia Ion. It is easy to fall in love with this phone—considering it hooks... up into the 4G LTE network of AT&T. But apart from its network connectivity, there is much to adore about the smartphone. Even without a hands-on look at the unit, its specs have surely gained the a...

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NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang spoke of great things to come for the company at CES 2012 while cross-referencing to a Toyota Corolla as the best-selling vehicle of all time. He shared that just because... it is a highly in demand car, not everyone wants or needs one. Huang referenced this with Android tablets because there are now a multitude of sizes, shapes, and specs available. After just four years, Andr...

motorola-droid-4-2

Today is CES 2012 and if you’re not here, then you’re probably not cool enough to know all the latest in consumer electronics, trends and technological innovations. It’s just the first... day and already, we’ve got exciting information to share!

First up: Motorola’s DROID 4, which was introduced to the public by both Motorola Mobility and Verizon Wireless earlier; is christe...

google-office

Did you ever wonder why Google decided to christen their series of operating systems after desserts and sweet treats? First there was the Cupcake, Donut, Éclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb,... and now, the Ice Cream Sandwich. They actually name it alphabetically as a way to take note of the chronological order of their updates.

But did you ever wonder why Google does it? Really, it star...