CES 2014 had it all, but there was a large focus on wearable technology, ranging from fitness bands with great new features and associated apps, to a slew of smart watches, and even a few augmented reality smart glasses. Add to the mix smartphones, tablets, all-in-one dual-boot tablet PCs, AR gaming tech, chipset announcements, and Android-powered connected cars, there was a lot to take in over the course of the event.
Here’s a roundup of some of the amazing wearable technology we got see at CES 2014!
After looking at all the devices launched at CES 2014, we’ve settled on the three best in show in the following categories: Best Android Phone, Best Android Tablet, and Best Android Accessory. Check them out!
LG has unveiled the LG Chromebase, an All-In-One style Chrome OS running device, and we took a look at it at CES 2014. Read on for all of the details!
At CES last week we managed to get a little time with the Sony SmartBand, Sony’s unique fitness tracker that is designed to communicate with the new Lifelog Android app.
At CES our team spent some time over at the LG booth, where a rep was able to give us a closer look at the Lifeband Touch.
Last week at CES, our team got to spend some time with Alcatel’s new OneTouch Idol X+, an affordable yet powerful device from a Chinese player with international ambitions.
At CES 2014 we managed to get a hands-on look at Alcatel’s 6-inch One Touch Hero. Keep reading to learn more about our first impressions of the device!
Samsung has been showing off its latest foldable AMOLED display technology at a special side event during CES 2014.
This week, in your world of Android: Samsung introduced four new tablets, CES teemed with cool new wearables, smart cars were in the spotlight, Sony launched the Xperia Z1 Compact, Nvidia teased the new K1, Asus launched a line of ultra-cheap smartphones, an exec talked about the launch of the Galaxy S5, and the CyanogenMod-running OnePlus One became official.