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.
Roundup: here’s what happened on Sunday at CES + video playlist
Our team has been hard at work at CES and we have the posts and video to show it. If you just want all the good stuff in one place, we have you covered. Here’s a look at what went down at CES 2014 on Sunday.
CES 2014 may not be officially underway but the crowds have already amalgamated. Tonight it’s a Mandalay Bay conference room that’s swarming with techies. You can tell you’re in the right place because of the flashing lanyards and abundance of gadgetry.
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.
The Exynos 5 Octa eight-core mobile chip was one of the new products that Samsung unveiled at CES 2013 last week. However, the company failed to tell us which future Android devices will user the high-end power-efficient processor this year.
Runbo unveils the X3 and X5, two bizarre, cheap and tough Android 4.0 smartphones
We know it’s not easy to find a rugged smartphone with decent specs and a sensible price point, but this year’s CES might have brought to light the first devices to tick all those boxes. Meet Runbo’s X3 and X5, two tough as nails ICS-based handhelds going for less than $400.
Sony Xperia Z wins 12 CES awards; was it really the shiniest star of the show?
With over 3,000 exhibitors, around 20,000 new products launched and “more than 150,000 attendees”, the recently completed CES 2013 trade show has definitely been a major success for technology in general and mobile in particular.