Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop Release Date: What Not to Expect

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With a Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop release date all but confirmed for early November, we want to take a look at what we do not expect from the Nexus 10, Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and Nexus 7 Android 5.0 Lollipop release date from Google. Google’s Android L update was first announced as Android 4.4 KitKat’s […]

The 5 Best Games from E3 2014 So Far

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It wasn’t that long ago that the gaming community stood at a giant fork in the road as far as next generation consoles are concerned. First there was the early launch of the Wii U. For sure, the $299 Wii U is a current generation console with a next generation controller, and to say that […]

Can Your Eyes Replace Touch on Mobile?

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Capacitive touch was a disruptive technology on smartphones when the iPhone debuted in 2007 as it didn’t require a stylus and offered a fluid experience without requiring users to apply pressure into the display with their fingernails. Now, companies are looking ahead to not only applying touch to new forms, but also to the eyes […]

CES 2014: The Year of Wearables Already Wearing Thin

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CES 2014 is over. The GBM Team that was on the ground looked pretty exhausted in a photo that was posted on Convo, our internal communication service. I’m sure all of those who went to Las Vegas to cover the big show were equally wrung out. Having been there before I can tell you it […]

HyperJuice Expand Offers External Power with Interchangeable Batteries

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Hyper announced a new line of external battery packs at CES this year called HyperJuice Expand. The idea behind these new external battery packs is that the size of the batteries are interchangeable and can be swapped out based on your needs for a certain situation. There’s a main head unit that includes three USB […]

Best of CES 2014: The Best New Tech of the Year

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The Gotta Be Mobile team presents our top picks from CES 2014. There are hundreds of quality devices and accessories here in Las Vegas, but there are only a handful that stand above the rest. Those are the devices that have received one of our Best of CES awards. Over the course of a week, […]

Lumo Lift: CES 2014′s Biggest Wearable Tech Surprise

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The Lumo Lift is a wearable device that tracks physical activity and helps improve posture. There are countless wearable gadgets at CES 2014, but the Lumo Lift simply is the only one that has the power to help alleviate completely avoidable back pain. The Lumo Lift is a tiny gadget that is held in place […]

Intel Edison Is How Your Baby Stays Wired

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With the Intel Edison, a new bite-sized computer, even smaller devices could connect to the internet and usher in a new wave of seamless web-based products. Announced at the Consumer Electronics Show, Intel Edison isn’t just some processor that’s about the size of an SD card. Instead, Intel Edison is a completely encapsulated dual-core processor […]

Sony 4K Camcorder Brings Ultra HD to Consumers

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4K is still a new technology, and not only is it expensive to consume 4K content, but it’s sometimes even more expensive to produce it. However, Sony thinks it’s time to bring 4K production into the everyday home with its Handycam FDR-AX100 4K camcorder. The camcorder is able to shoot 4K video (4096×2160 resolution — […]

Eco-Mobius is a Prototype Modular and Hardware-Upgradeable Phone from ZTE

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ZTE is chasing after Motorola’s modular Project Ara offering with its own prototype at the Consumer Electronics Show called the Eco-Mobius. At its core, the Eco-Mobius breaks down the phone’s internal hardware components into separare parts, or modules, so the end user can upgrade the parts that they want over time so that the phone […]

Acer’s New Android Tablet Looks Like an iPad mini but Costs Much Less

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At CES, Acer showed off its brand new tablet lineup that includes a refreshed version of its A1 series in the Iconia A1-830. The name isn’t glamorous but the tablet makes for it with a cheap price tag, some solid specifications and a design that looks a whole lot like Apple’s current 7.9-inch iPad, the […]

Lenovo Vibe Z Hands-On: Aiming for the Galaxy Note 3

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To kick off the new year Lenovo announced a collection of new smartphones including the company’s first 4G LTE, the slim and sleek Galaxy Note 3 competing Lenovo Vibe Z. Taking direct aim at Samsung’s latest popular Note smartphones, the Vibe Z offers a large 5.55-inch 1080p display and tosses out the S-Pen in favor […]

Dell’s $699 4k Monitor Looks Amazing (Video)

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Affordable 4k monitors are the trend of CES 2014 and Dell looks to sweep the competition with an incredibly affordable 4k monitor that even offers a matte finish to avoid reflections. The Dell Ultra HD 28-inch 4k monitor retails for $699, that’s $100 less than the competition thanks to a few small cuts that remove […]

Sony Core Fitness Tracker Aims to Be Your New Daily Journal

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We’ve seen a plethora of fitness trackers here at CES 2014 this year, but Sony thinks there’s room for one more in the mix. The company’s new Core fitness wristband is one of the latest health and fitness gadgets to be displayed here in Las Vegas. The Core’s design is fairly unique. While the whole […]

Sinister Controller Takes From Motorola Ara Playbook, Wins

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Someday users will have the option to simply replace parts of their gaming mouse. At least, they will if Tivitas’ Sinister controller makes it’s way to store shelves and catches on with users. Shown off at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Sinister isn’t necessarily a gaming mouse. Instead, it’s a mass of […]

The LG Lifeband Touch Is A Wearable You’ll Want to Embrace

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LG may have been one of the last companies to début a product in the wearable computing space, however at least its entry is arriving  in style. The company has managed to pack in a sophisticated accelerometer and a touch enabled OLED display into the Lifeband Touch. Costing $179.99, the Lifeband Touch has a more […]

Dell XPS 11 Hands-On Video

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The Dell XPS 11 is a Windows 2-in-1 Ultrabook that arrived on the market in late 2013 as a competitor to the Yoga 11 with multiple modes of use and a flat keyboard to help with the tactile feel of holding a notebook that folds into a tablet. Dell invited Gotta Be Mobile to their […]

Toshiba Reinvents the Wheel With 5-in-1 Laptop Concept

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At the Consumer Electronics Show, we got to see the Toshiba 5-in-1 laptop concept, a prototype of a convertible and detachable notebook computer that aims to satisfy multiple form factor needs depending on your computing environment. At its heart, the device bears a design that resembles your traditional slim clamshell notebook or Ultrabook, but thanks […]

Parrot MiniDrone Gets Cheaper and Kid Friendly at CES

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A few years ago Parrot announced its first AR Drone controlled by the iPhone at CES, but this year they’re showing just how far the technology has come. Showing off two new smartphone controlled robots that are set to hit shelves later this year. Remote or smartphone controlled drones (mini robots) are always fun, but […]

Yellow Jacket Stun Gun iPhone Case In Action (Video)

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About the only time when an iPhone can be used as a weapon is if you chuck it at someone, but if you don’t really have a good throwing arm, Yellow Jacket has a different solution. The company made a new iPhone case and attached a stun gun to it to stave off any unwanted […]