Monday was Press Day at International CES and the day when the show kicked off in earnest. While we had some interesting stuff on Sunday, it was yesterday that the big guns, like Samsung, Sony, and Asus, held press events to introduce exciting new products.
Asus is now bringing a new set of Intel-powered budget handsets to the market, under the new ZenPhone name. Pricing for the handsets range from $99 to as much as $199.
The Asus Transformer Book Duet is now official, bringing us a 4-in-1 device that can easily switch back and forth between Windows and Android — all without running Androidon top of Windows, vice versa. Keep reading for more details!
Padfone X announced: today at CES, Asus unveiled a new generation of its PadFone two-in-one device that will be carried by AT&T in the coming months.
It’s day zero of the International Consumer Electronics Show, one of the oldest and most important electronics shows in the world and the unofficial kickoff of the technology year.
We’ll do our best to help you make out the signal from the noise – here’s what to expect.
What do you look forward to at this years’ CES? What are the companies and products that piqued your interest so far and what developments do you hope to see?
Asus has posted a second video on its YouTube channel in which it may be teasing new 4, 5 and 6 inches handsets for CES 2014.
A short teaser posted by Asus on YouTube teases a dual-booting Android/Windows tablet coming at CES 2014.
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we talk about the fine distinction between Google’s own Nexus devices and the devices sold through the Google Play edition program. What do you prefer? If money was no object, what would you buy and why? Is the Nexus line superior to Google Play edition phones? Is the fact that GPE devices were designed with certain software features in mind taking away from their appeal as pure Android devices?
Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!
We review the biggest Android news of 2013. These are the devices and stories that made the headlines as Android extended its lead as the biggest mobile platform around.