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CES 2014: Keep Track Of What We’re Seeing At CES Via Our Social Media

The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 has not officially started yet, but our team has already been on the floor at CES Unveiled getting an early preview of just a few of the things to expect over the next few days. Since...
Filed in: CES, News

Griffin’s Twenty Audio Amplifier for Airport Express Now Available

  Twenty provides a simple solution for streaming high-fidelity audio wirelessly to existing speakers from iOS devices and iTunes Griffin Technology, one of the world’s foremost creators of innovations for everyday life, announces...

CES 2013 Registration now open, dates set for January 8th through the 11th

This news might not be all that important to the general public, but we know a lot of developers and writers that are going to be pretty excited. Today is the first day of the official registration for CES 2013. That would be the Consumer Electronics Show...
Filed in: CES, News
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Attention Outdoors-men and tech lovers, you need to see the BioLite Campstove

CES was packed to the gills with solar powered battery chargers and portable backup batteries. It is that time in tech evolution where we tend to do more longer than our devices can run for. While battery backups are a great solution,...
Filed in: Accessories, CES, News

CES2012 Mobile App Showdown Registration is now Open – Think you’ve got the right Stuff?

During last years Mobile App Showdown, our very own Simon Walker, helped to add his two cents during the judging. During that event, 2.0, took home the trophy based on audience applause and Line2 took the gold from the online...
Filed in: Applications, CES
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#CES2011 LG’s Interactive Information Screens – Optimus 2X

At CES every company does something a little different to set themselves apart from the other companies.  One of my favorite displays (and booths for that matter) was LG’s.  They had a group of tables set up, each one had a group...

#CES2011 – What Was Missing – Part Two

In Part One of a series of articles, I mentioned the TOTAL absence of NFC enabled cell phones at CES 2011.  In this article I am going to look at Infotainment/Car Audio/Car Navigation systems.  This was not a complete wash, as we found...

#CES2011 – What was missing? Part One

One of the most notable technologies missing happens to be Near Field Communications technology or NFC. On December 16th, 2010 the Nexus S was released with a Near Field Communications technology (NFC).  According to numerous sources...

#CES2011 HTC Inspire 4G, the Desire HD we’ve been waiting for in the US

HTC announced three new models this year at CES, and in a private event we got our grubby little mits on all three. This one is the Inspire 4G heading to AT&T later this year on their recently renamed 4G network. The Insipre 4G is...
Filed in: CES, Events, Hardware, Phones

#CES2011 Voltaic Systems charges your Android phone on the Go

One of the things mentioned the most during CES was the need for better battery technologies for smart phones. While we haven’t seen any new technologies to give us a weeks worth of use for our Android devices, we did run across...
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#CES2011 – One on One with nVidia, the Tegra2 and the Motorola Atrix 4G

          Today we had a 1:1 meeting with the guys at nVidia and we walked through the nVidia Tegra Zone , as well had some cool demonstrations of the Motorola Atrix, all showing off the commitment nVidia has...
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