Since specs can only convey so much, we thought you’d also be interested in seeing a quick video demonstration of LG’s upcoming Google TV, the GA7900.
A few weeks ago we showed you the Mini MK802 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich computer – basically a dongle that can be hooked up to a display and transformed into an Android computer.
Last week the Android Authority Team traveled far, some really far, to attend the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We attended sessions, events, had interviews, meetings, and plenty of hands-on time with all sorts of new Android devices. We even drank an adult beverage or two…or twelve. There’s a lot of talk around the Internet about how CES was a disappointment this year. It couldn’t have been all that bad with over 150, 000 attendees, right? So what did we learn? Well, for starters, I’m horrible at one on one interviews, having to talk about products I know…
Since companies such as Samsung, LG and decided not to announce any new Android smartphone and/or tablet this past week, Sony had a chance to shine at CES 2013.
Android fans all over the world still waiting to purchase the Nexus 4 should better sit down for this particular rumor, as they would certainly not going to like to hear that LG may be shutting down Nexus 4 production.
Tactus has released a new video to show off its morphing touchscreen technology, which allows a physical keyboard to rise out of the screen – not only does it look cool, but it should help enhance your typing experience.
LG has released Jelly Bean 4.1.2 for the Optimus G in South Korea. No confirmation on when those in other countries and carriers can expect the update.
Archos has shown off four more tablets at CES, this time part of the Titanium series. Can the their sleek design and serious hardware help Archos break into the already crowded tablet marketplace?
Did you happen to miss Samsung’s big announcement at the CES 2013 yesterday? If you got the time to spare, you can catch the magic unfolds right in your living room by viewing Samsung’s keynote presentation in its entirety.
Texas Instruments announced at CES that it will be expanding its range of DLP pico projectors with the introduction of a new chip called Tilt and Roll.