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 […]

FCC Has Eyes on AT&T Sponsored Data

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When we posted about AT&T’s CES 2014 announcement regarding its Sponsored Data plans we mentioned that the Net Neutrality advocates would probably be raising a few eyebrows. As it turns out the Net Neutrality advocates aren’t the only ones keeping a sharp eye and a keen focus on AT&T’s Sponsored Data efforts. At CES 2014 FCC […]

Kodak Joins the Lens Camera Revolution with PixPro Lenses

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It looks like Kodak is joining Sony with the latter’s QX lens camera. The Kodak offering is branded under the PixPro name and comes in two models, an SL10 and an SL25. Like the Sony QX series, the PixPro SL series is an attachment to your existing Android smartphone or iPhone. The lens clips onto […]

ZeroChroma Reveals iPhone 5s & iPad mini Cases with Kickstands

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ZeroChroma is back with a thinner iPhone 5s case, a new iPad mini case and a new design that offers more angles than previous cases. These cases include a built-in kickstand that lets users quickly prop up the iPhone or iPad mini without the need to carry a kickstand with you. The Gotta Be Mobile […]

HiSense X1 Phablet Makes the Galaxy Note 3 Appear Small

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If your mantra is bigger is better, then HiSense’s X1 is probably the best phablet to hit the U.S. in terms of screen size. Even if it’s not the “best” tablet in terms of specs when it officially lands in summer 2014 State-side, it definitely is the biggest phablet to be announced for the U.S. […]

QNX Puts a Giant BlackBerry PlayBook Inside Mercedes CLA45 Concept

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At the Consumer Electronics Show, QNX, which is owned by BlackBerry and is the underlying OS in many vehicle infotainment systems today, is showing off a newly appointed Mercedes CLA45 concept car that brings a massive BlackBerry PlayBook to the center dash. A large display that stretches from the edge of the steering wheel on […]

Fugoo Bluetooth Speaker Line Features Robust Build for the Outdoorsman

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Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen these days, but we rarely see one that’s rugged and meant for the ultimate outdoorsman. Fugoo thinks it has a solution with its new line of Bluetooth speakers that are waterproof, shockproof, dustproof and pretty much any other protection that you need. The speaker consists of an inner […]

UnCarrier 4.0: T-Mobile Aggressively Begins Poaching Subscribers From Rivals

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T-Mobile had just announced its UnCarrier 4.0 initiative at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that will make it easier for customers from its larger rivals to switch to the magenta-hued network. With UnCarrier 4.0, T-Mobile will be paying customers money in an effort to make it more affordable to switch, though don’t expect […]

Lepow Smart Pack: A Beautiful Customizable Bag For Your Commute

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The Lepow ADD Powerbank wasn’t the only Lepow product that caught our eye at CES 2014. The Hong Kong-based company also showed us a sleek bag, dubbed the Smart Pack, that doubles as a backpack and a messenger bag and has built-in capabilities that will appeal to geeks who are constantly on-the-go. Most of Lepow’s […]

Qi’s New Wireless Resonance Charging Could Give Smartwatches Big Boost

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While we saw the introduction of a few smartwatches in 2013, the efforts did not take off as expected due in part to high price points, complicated UIs, and anemic battery life. However, that could change this year if Qi’s new wireless resonance charging standard hits the market and wireless charging pads using the charging […]

Incipio Focal Camera Case: An App Enabled Smart Camera for iPhone 5s

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The new Incipio Focal Camera Case is adds physical zoom, shutter and a customizable shortcut that Incipio claims will deliver a better camera experience on the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5. This case includes a Bluetooth LE connection which is how the buttons connect and communicate with the iPhone and the case’s battery should last 400 […]

Android Software Can Give You 50 Percent More Battery Life on Phones

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One of the reasons that some of Samsung’s phones recent years have been getting spectacular battery life is due to the Galaxy-maker’s partnership with software company LucidLogix. LucidLogix’s PowerXtend software, which is installed at a l0w-level on a phone by Samsung, helps devices achieve up to fifty percent better battery life. This means that a […]

Epson Enters Wristband Market with Pulsense Fitness Lineup

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More and more companies are getting in on the fitness wristband fad, including printer manufacturer Epson, which has announced the Pulsense fitness wristband lineup, which includes two models: one with a small display and one without. The wristbands use Epson’s patented Bio sensing technology that detects continuous heart rate directly from the wrist, using a sensor on […]

Meet Mip: The App Controlled $99 Robot

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MiP is a brand new gesture and app controlled robot announced and being shown off at CES, and the best part is, you’ll be able to get one exclusively at Best Buy starting in May. The robotics company WowWee was here at CES 2014 showing off this latest fun little toy innovation at ShowStoppers, and […]

Anker Power IQ Automatically Optimizes Device Charging Based on Amps

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External batteries and other charger usually are only able to charge certain devices at a single amperage — a lot of phones charge at 1.0 amps (sometimes slightly more), while most tablets charge at 2.1 amps. This can pose a problem when you want to charge your iPad, but don’t have a compatible charger. Anker […]

7 Exciting Car Tech Announcements From CES 2014

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The 2014 International CES is well underway, and we are on the floor providing wall-to-wall coverage. In addition to news from Intel, Lenovo, and more, there is plenty of automotive news as well on the convention floor. The Ford Motor Company has long viewed themselves as a technology company, and now almost all the main […]

The iPhone Controlled Air Conditioner from Haier

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One of the themes of CES 2014 and the industry in general is The Internet of Things. Things that can be controlled via the Internet using mobile devices and sensors. We all want these things, or so we’re told. The idea is to be able to control appliances and other things remotely or have them […]