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The new Optrix X5 turns the iPhone 5 into a rugged sports camera and adds a three-element wide-angle lens.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung promoted new capabilities and integration between tablets and HDTV. The South Korean Consumer Electronics manufacturer announced that it would be easier to have a multi-screen environment between tablets and TVs as ...
iHealth introduced two devices to help iPhone users track their blood glucose levels, blood oxygen saturation and pulse at CES, pending FDA approval.
The Impact Band from tech21 is a great shock resistant iPhone case. Check out the demo from a representative here.
At CES Speck showed off a collection of its new iPad mini cases including popular CandyShell and iGuy cases. The new iPad mini cases are coming soon to Speck's site and Apple stores.
The Nectar Mobile system turns small cartridges into two weeks of power for smartphones without the need to recharge the Nectar system. When it runs out of power, recycle the used cartridge and pop in a nw one for 2 more weeks of power.
All versions of the Galaxy S series have featured Gorilla Glass. Gorilla Glass 3 will be out in mid-2013. That could mean a mid-2013 Galaxy S4 release date.
How much tablet do you get for a device that costs between $130 and $150 in the U.S.? In our first look of the Acer Iconia B1 tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show, you actually get quite a bit of tablet on paper, but the experience may not be worth the cost of entry.
Olympus unveiled the Stylus Tough TG-2 iHS as its new flagship waterproof point-and-shoot camera. Priced at $379, the TG-2 appears to be the best mainstream waterproof camera for the new year.
The official Nexus 7 dock from Asus has made an appearance at CES 2013 though its pricing and release date remains unclear for customers in the U.S.
Fitbit was demonstrating its new Fitbit Flex fitness band at the Consumer Electronics Show and we were able to take a closer look at the device.
At CES 2013, we got to take a look at Samsung's first Windows Phone 8 smartphone for the U.S. market in the form of the ATIV Odyssey, a device that's now promised for Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE network in the coming weeks.
Corning introduced the new Gorilla Glass 3 for smartphones and tablets in mid-2013.
The new Acer Iconia B1-A71 Android tablet will cost less than $150 and compete with the Nexus 7, other 7-inch Android tablets like the Kindle Fire and the iPad mini..
The Hapifork is a bluetooth device that helps count bites and monitors how fast your food disappears from your plate, and asks you to slow down when you eat to fast.
Sony has announced the Sony Xperia Z at CES 2013 to take on Apple's iPhone 5 and the rumored Samsung Galaxy S4 which could arrive as soon as next month.
Kingston's new DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 flash drive hold up to 1TB of storage, with fast read/write speeds.
Intel's new quad-core Atom processors will come in super thin Windows 8 tablets and convertibles in late 2013. The new chips will offer longer battery life and arrive in thinner devices.
Intel announced the Intel Core i 4th generation processors at CES 2013 today, demoing a reference design that shows the full potential of this low power, high impact mobile chip.
At CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Huawei has taken the wraps off of two Galaxy Note size devices including the 5-inch Ascend D2 and the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, AT&T announced the Pantech Discover, which is priced to target mid-range users despite an impressive an impressive array of features.
Samsung and Verizon had announced at the Consumer Electronics Show that the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet and the Windows Phone 8-powered ATIV Odyssey smartphone will be available for customers to purchase 'in the coming weeks.'
Sprint, the last of the four largest national U.S. carriers, is announcing that it will finally be supporting Windows Phone 8 on its 3G/4G LTE network come this summer.
To further AT&T's vision of the connected lifestyle, the U.S. 4G LTE wireless carrier is looking to enter the home security market with its own prepackaged solutions that will allow smartphone and tablet customers to monitor their homes while away.
The Pantech Discover is a new smartphone on AT&T that has similar specifications of the Galaxy S3 at the low price of $49.
Intel announced new Intel 3rd generation Intel Core i ULV processors that pave the way for thinner, lighter and longer lasting Ultrabooks, Ultrabook Convertibles and Ultrabook Detachables.
Intel has announced a new low-power Lexington processor aimed at bringing high performance to emerging markets without the price.
Roku partnered with Time Warner Cable to bring live streaming TV channels to the streaming boxes, saving users money on extra cable boxes.
The NuGuard KX from OWC is a rugged case with a specialized design to take impact from extreme height. Check it out here.
At the AT&T keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show, CEO Ralph de la Vega talked about the Rethink Possible network's vision for a connected digital life that spans the phone, the home, and the car.
The FitBit Flex takes on the Nike+ FuelBand as a mobile fitness bracelet that syncs to the iPhone as wella s the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2.
Masimo showe off the iSpO2, a device that turns the iPhone into an oximeter. This is a great example of how the iPhone can be more than 'just' a phone.
Vizio unveiled the first Android tablet with Nvidia Tegra 4 processor at CES. The device lacks a name, release and price, but runs stock Android 4.2.
Vuzix is now ready to give the SDK for its M100 Smart Glasses to Android developers looking to create apps for the Google Glasses competitor.
The Belkin Thunderstorm is an iPad case that greatly enhances the audio quality of the speakers that are built into the iPad. Read more here.