This isn’t the first time Samsung flexible OLED displays are presented at CES, but this time around it looks like the South Korean company is closer and closer to launching mobile devices sporting such technology.
Panasonic is set to release its next generation of rugged Toughpad tablets. This time there will be a Windows 8 version in addition to an Android one.
T-Mobile has been rolling up its sleeves and getting some work done on their network. They are now the first carrier in the United States with nationwide HD voice calling and they will soon be starting their LTE roll out in Las Vegas.
The second Samsung keynote is currently underway in Las Vegas and the company already has a very interesting product to announce – one we suspected was coming – the Exynos5 Octa high-performance power-efficient big.LITTLE ARM-based SoC.
Our Android crack team in Las Vegas has been prowling the halls of CES looking for the weird and the wonderful, and boy they found it.
T-Mobile announced the first prepaid unlimited 4G data plan in the U.S., which will be available to subscribers starting January 9.
NVIDIA took the world by surprise at CES when it announced its first gaming console device, the Android-based Project Shield. And while the Shield will launch in the following months, the device won’t be the company’s last piece of hardware.
Not only did we interview NVIDIA at CES 2013, talking about the company’s recently announced products, but we also got a chance to speak to Samsung about its mobile performance in 2012 and some of its plans for the future.
We’ve had our share of “bombs” dropped upon us in Vegas during the opening days of CES, but I’m sure there’s room for at least another. Enter the stage the Asus Transformer AiO, the Frankenstein-esque creature that is part Windows-based all-in-one PC and part Android tablet.
All Lenovo Idea (consumer-focused) laptops will ship with the Bluestacks App Player, giving consumers the ability the run over 750,000 Android apps on their laptops.