Motorola and AT&T are diving into territories of the Palm Foleo, a prototype yet unreleased productivity device that runs your applications from the phone but doesn’t have any processing power of its own. For the AT&T Atrix 4G Android phone, Motorola had created a solution, available soon, for AT&T that will allow the Atrix to […]
The makers of one of my favorite gadgets, The PogoPlug see the shape of things to come (read web HD video) and the next PogoPlug device, appropriately called the PogoPlug Video. The PogoPlug video is built to help you stream that video from your own little personal cloud to whatever device you want to glue […]
So the Big Ballmer took the wraps off Windows for ARM, which turns out will be the next version of Windows, ruining predictions by myself and others that he would be showing Windows Embedded Compact 7. Can’t say I’m too upset by that, particularly since there’s more to this story than missing a prediction.
Rohan Marley, the son of music legend Bob Marley, launched a line of iPod and iPhone accessories at CES 2011. Reggae fans will instantly recognize the names behind the accessories. The Jammin, Freedom and Destiny lines of earbuds and iPod docks stand out in the sea of iAccessories. Many of the accessories feature wood grain, […]
Interesting if this comes to be. Video based phone conferencing is one of those things that everyone hopes will be the next big thing. (See Apple’s FaceTime, see Skype’s new update that allows video communication on the iPhone, see Qik being used for similar kinds of things on Android, see Fring.) And of course web […]
OtterBox announced a new line of mobile phone cases at CES 2011 today. The Reflex Series is inspired by automobile crumple zone design. When dropped, the Reflex Series case flexes and rebounds, absorbing the impact so your iPhone 4 or BlackBerry Curve doesn’t have to. OtterBox makes some of the best mobile cases out there […]
Motorola had announced the Motorola Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless yesterday at a press conference in Las Vegas, NV and we were there to get some hands-on time and a demo from Motorola’s team. The Bionic is the next generation of Droid, and as a Droid device, the “Droid [Bionic] Does” a lot with its […]
We were able to go hands-on with the HTC Inspire 4G, a large 4.3-inch Android 2.2 Froyo smartphone with HTC Sense. The HTC Inspire 4G is an HSPA+ smartphone that is essentially the AT&T re-badged version of the European HTC Desire HD. The design utilizes HTC’s unibody aluminum design and feels slim, solid, and very […]
At the Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung brought a few prototypes of its flexible AMOLED display panels, which are shown with curved, wavy hard plastic casings showing that the flexible displays can be curved and bended to fit different types of surfaces for new display applications. Perhaps a wearable watch where even the wristband could be […]
At the Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung Mobile was showing off some transparent 3D displays of screen sizes 14- and 19-inch. The displays essentially created a moving diorama and gives off a pretty impressive glasses-free 3D effect that you can see in the videos below. The displays use AMOLED technology.
Microsoft’s Surface technology has always been some very cool technology. If you’re a casino, or other big money business that can afford to play the game. I guess it’s no real surprise that after the release of Windows Phone 7 we’d see a Surface 2.0 update since one of the appealing factors of the Surface […]
Kevin Tofel and Engadget are reporting that RIM will be launching a 4G version of the RIM Playbook Tablet “this summer.” Interesting news on a number of fronts. First, as Xavier posted, folks are getting their hands on the device, so it does indeed exist. Second, Kevin is reporting that this seems to be a […]
Our friend Avram Piltch got to spend some quality time with the BlackBerry PlayBook at CES 2011. The PlayBook isn’t expected to start selling for a few more months and RIM’s been relatively shy, keeping the PlayBook behind glass at trade shows more often than not. Avram wrote up his impressions after spending some time […]
Motion Computing’s CL900 Tablet PC might look like a consumer slate at first glance at first glance, but the device is all business. The docking station and accessory module look sharp and will help businesses adapt the CL900 to their needs and working environment. In these photos you can see how the CL900 might be […]
Falling somewhere between “we all knew it was coming” and “we better announce this before we announce our new Tablets so we can sell a few” Samsung has officially announced the WiFi only version of the Galaxy Tab. The carrier supported versions have obviously been a hit so far and it looks like there were […]
Well there was some speculation that HTC might be making T-Mobile’s G-Slate Android Tablet but it looks like LG is going to be behind the hardware. Announced to today as the T-Mobile G-Slate with Google, it is also touted as being the first 4G Android Powered Tablet. I’m guessing we’ll hear much more about this […]