CES 2013 Mobile
The last months of 2012 saw a rush of huge phone and tablet releases, but it’s a new year and we’re about to get a glimpse of the year ahead. Though the role of CES is diminishing as other shows like Mobile World Congress (late February) gain popularity, most of the major phone, tablet, and gadget manufacturers are here in full force, ready to unveil a flurry of new devices you’ll want to break your contract to buy. We’ve got a full team on the show floor. Expect bigger phones, 1080p screens, wearable gadgets, more practical tablets, a bunch of new operating systems ready to put a beat down on Android and iOS.
Last night, I had my first introduction to T-Mobile's new CEO John Legere. He's crazy, hilarious, and may just have the vision to help T-Mobile take on Verizon and AT&T.
Huawei is releasing tons of products at CES, and while a lot of attention is on its huge phones, the company has also released the smallest data card yet.
Panasonic's new 20-inch, 4K tablet may seem like total overkill... until you actually see it. This is the ultimate in Windows 8 tablet awesomeness. Sadly, we may have to wait a long time before it's priced for the consumer market.
The Pebble smart watch, a project which set Kickstarter alight last year, will finally begin shipping on January 23, a date announced during a demonstration of the watch at CES 2013.
Escort MobileTV puts a new face on an old technology by adding a TV tuner to your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
Polaroid has announced a pair of Android tablets at CES 2013. The M7 and M10 have a 7-inch and a 10-inch screen respectively and considering their specifications, are very reasonably priced.
Lenovo covers all the bases by putting a touchscreen on virtually any size computing device you could want. Lenovo’s CES offerings are all about touch this year — and not just on your average-sized tablets. Nope, the company behind the…
Panasonic has released two more tablets into their Toughpad line, and completes a trio comprising of Windows 8 and Android alike.