Today at CES, Alcatel unveiled a number of new devices including the Evo 7 and Evo 7 HD tablets and the Scribe line of 5-inch phablets led by the full HD Scribe X. The phone maker didn’t stop here though, and has also introduced what it calls “the world’s slimmest smartphone”, the One Touch Idol Ultra.
Have you ever wanted to control your house lights using your smartphone? If so, then the people at Belkin have just the product for you, and it’s now coming to Android users too.
Alcatel has spilled the details on the One Touch Evo 7 and Evo 7 HD tablets. These small, budget Android tablets offer an optional cellular module as an add-on.
Acer announced at CES 2013 plans to bring the AcerCloud Docs, clear.fi and PicSteam cloud services to mobile devices. The cloud service comes with plenty of features, including its own AcerCloud Docs software, and media steaming services.
CES 2013 got off to a raging start with a press conference where NVIDIA revealed its newest quad-core chip, the Shield gaming handheld and the Grid cloud system, but we knew all that’s going to be no more than a drop in the ocean compared with what’s coming.
More and more CES 2013 announcements are coming in, and after having shown you a review of an Acer Iconia B1 prototype tablet earlier today, we can now tell you that the device is finally official.
Samsung has given a press release outlining its latest digital audio products. Their new DA-F60 speaker will support NFC devices and features Soundshare technology, which enables Bluetooth connectivity to compatible TVs.
HTC has posted its financial results for Q4 2012. Before revealing the extent of HTC’s fall from glory, it is worth pointing out that the company has made a profit, in fact it has made a profit which a lot of companies would dearly love to see, we are talking profits in the millions of dollars. Not revenue, but profit… millions of dollars of profit.
CES 2013 is underway and we already have the first new exciting products for Android fans, and not only, the new Tegra 4 SoC and NVIDIA’s very own gaming device, Project Shield.
While we have to admit that we traditionally used to get excited only about high-end Android devices, you don’t have to pack a gadget with the fastest CPU in the world or a display with the highest pixel count to grab people’s attention.