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    Lenovo K800 is an Intel Powered Android, the First of Many

    It looks as though Intel and Motorola Mobility have begun what looks like a beautiful friendship with a multi-year and multi-device partnership starting with the Lenovo K800. It is a smartphone based on Intel technology while running on the Android platform. It will be available in the second quarter of this year in China. This […]

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    Logitech’s Cube is a Tiny Multitasking Mighty Mouse

    Logitech presented the Cube at CES 2012. It is a tiny little box that acts as both a mouse and a presentation tool. Use it with one side up and it is a mouse with all mice like abilities such as scrolling, clicking, and is wireless too. Flip it over on the otherside or just […]

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    Moshi’s Luna Keyboard Takes Illumination Lessons from Tron

    CES 2012 saw Moshi light up with Luna, an illuminated keyboard that lights up both day and night. It features laser-etched illuminated keys with adjustable brightness levels. The keys themselves boast near silence and ultimate touch response time with what they call “optimized scissor-key mechanisms.” It is trimmed with a clear acrylic frame that is […]

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    Hands On with Sony’s Xperia Android Phones

    Sony has taken the plunge and dived into the Android world with the Sony Xperia S and Xperia Ion smartphones. Both phones are similar in design and features, but the Xperia Ion is Sony’s first 4G LTE phone and features a slightly larger screen. Each phone is powered by a 1.5Ghz dual-core processor and features a […]

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    Samsung Unveils Super OLED TV

    If you’ve ever seen a smartphone with an OLED display, you’d have to agree it’s one of the sharpest images, with most vibrant colors, and blackest blacks. Scaling up the beautiful 3″ OLED screen seemed like it was never going to happen until now. Samsung has just unveiled their amazingly gorgeous 55 inch Super OLED […]

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    Hands On with Playstation PSVita

    It looks like a new PSP, but it’s so much more! Sony’s brand new Playstation PS Vita is an amazing new gaming device and then some. It features two joy sticks, a beautiful 5″ OLED multitouch display, a front and rear camera, and almost the entire back of the device is a touchscreen too! It […]

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    Samsung Unveils and Redefines Smart TV

    Until now, “Smart TV” meant an Internet-capable TV with some apps. Here, at CES 2012, Samsung has just redesigned the concept with the 2012 Smart TVs. They explain it as “TVs that recognize and respond to you, connect your family in and out of the home, and offer amazing new content options personalized to your […]

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    Sony Debuts Crystal LED Prototype

    Move over plasma and LCD, Sony’s Crystal LED might soon be making waves. The Sony Crystal LED is just a prototype and a proof-of-concept, but the beauty, accuracy, and crispness of the image is very real. A lot of TVs have use a feature called “local dimming” where areas of the TV can dim independently […]

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    Mercedes Wants Augmented Reality Integration with Your Windshield. Hello Future.

    Mercedes gets conceptual with a telematics strategy called @yourCOMAND, where the car becomes a mobile communications center that enables driver and passengers alike to access any modern media and services. They want to make a comfortable and easy integration of smartphone and car while utilizing cloud perks. They provide what they call “a visionary perspective” with […]

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    Hands On with Samsung Galaxy Note

    The Samsung Galaxy Note is a somewhere in between an Android smartphone and tablet. It features a beautiful 5.3″ HD Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1280×800. This little tablet, or mega-phone, comes with a stylus and is differentiated as a digital notepad/sketchpad. We saw artists sketching CES attendants and couldn’t believe the detail […]

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    Fisher Price Kid-Tough Portable DVR Can Take a Beating

    Fisher Price truly understands the kids market, and their new portable DVR player fills a gap you didn’t know it had. Designed to be ultra tough, their new portable video player can be dropped, thrown and kicked around, without it affecting playback quality or sound. Available in two rather sexists shades of pink and blue […]

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    iTwin Multi Expands on the Already Limitless Remote Access Storage

    iTwin announced at CES 2012 a free upgrade to the existing iTwin we reviewed back in July. As our reporter Scott then explained: “Plug each half of the iTwin USB drive into an online computer, and you’ll be able to securely access, edit, download, and upload files between both computers. iTwin uses an end-to-end AES-256 […]