Keecker is an expensive, smart Android projector robot that can follow you around to entertain you.
Now that CES is winding down, what’s your takeaway? What were the products that really impressed you? What will you remember a year from now?
International CES is winding down, but that doesn’t mean that the hands-on videos are stopping. The latest device to be given the hands-on treatment by our Josh Vergara is the Sony Xperia Z1S.
The first Snapdragon 805 devices are rumored to launch as soon as May, although no Android smartphone or tablet maker has announced such devices yet.
Let’s face it, today’s rear view mirrors are pretty boring and certainly in need of spicing up. Okay, maybe not, but that’s not stopping Pioneer and Robin Labs from bringing the power of Android to our rear view mirror.
Lenovo will release new Chromebook models at multiple price points this summer, a company executive revealed. Chromebooks have been one of the few bright spots in an otherwise desolate landscape for the PC industry.
At CES Samsung announced a collaboration with BMW that lets owners of the BMW i3 electric car control some parts of their car with the Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Read on for more!
A Samsung exec revealed that the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 flagships will launch with accompanying wearables, without saying what they will be.
The Hisense X1 is a 6.8-inch smartphone that was unveiled at CES 2014 and will launch in the USA later this summer.
A Toshiba 5-in-1 concept laptop/tablet may one day dual-boot Android and Windows 8, assuming the device moves past concept phase.