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.
Although Asus has shown off some interesting products during CES 2013, it has revealed it's getting ready for an even greater showing at Mobile World Congress next month.
T-Mobile has announced a partnership with MLB for the coming years, and it looks like there's a pattern starting to emerge between carriers and pro sports teams
T-Mobile made some major announcements during CES 2013. The first was a partnership with Major League Baseball, the sport's first such deal in 15 years. The second is will bring HD Voice to the bullpens at MLB stadiums and 4G enabled smartphones.
T-Mobile made some noise at its CES 2013 press conference. We hope it amounts to be a bit more than just that talk. Unlimited data plans with no annual contract, expanded LTE coverage, and a new attitude as the "Uncarrier" are among the highlights of the…
Polaroid is out to prove that a slick, well-designed, and powerful tablet doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. But at these prices, the slates may prove too good to be true. One path to success in the Android tablet market is to make a low-cost device…
Verizon boasts NFL partnership, promises to broadcast Superbowl via LTE broadcast technology in 2014
The Keynote from Verizon ended with a promise by CEO & Chairman Lowell McAdam for LTE Broadcasting of the 2014 Superbowl.
Lenovo has announced the K900, a smartphone/tablet hybrid with a 1080p, 5.5-inch screen and Intel Atom power, but sadly it's not currently expected to come to the U.S. or Europe.
Polaroid is branching out into mobile device technology with their first release, a 7-inch tablet for kids.