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Samsung is apparently planning on revealing a television at CES 2013 that will take TVs to the next level: see through.
New Years Eve, a time for change, even revolution. From the looks of it, 2013 promises major change towards something that is important to almost all of us: our multimedia experience in the living room.
Have you ever wanted to go from Beijing to Guangzhou in 8 hours? If so, your dreams just came true.
The Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 were released to the U.S. market just a few months ago now, but as The Wall Street Journal reports, their starting prices are already dropping quite significantly.
How does an 84 inch Ultra High Definition TV sound for your living room or den? With CES 2013 just around the corner, LG has millions and millions of pixels to show off.
LG has announced it will release a brand new line of Google TVs with 3.0 software starting in 2013. These very sleek and slim TVs will come in sizes ranging from 42 inches to 60 inches.
So what is the cutoff before a phone is more of a tablet that can place calls? Evidently bigger than 6.1 inches as far as Huawei is concerned. They are getting ready to release the Ascend Mate, a 6.1 inch 1080p Android phone.
Holiday apps sales are abound with Christmas just days away. Yesterday we covered the sales for Square Enix games, now it is Sega's turn.
Flexible display technology is by far one of the coolest new concept technologies. Now that Super AMOLED and 1080p displays have been introduced, we look forward for the next big thing, and what better a place to show them off than CES 2013.
When it comes to mobile games, you get what you pay for. While many great games are only a few dollars, if you want a truly detailed and engrossing mobile experience, you generally have to pay quite a bit more.
According to SamMobile, Samsung is preparing a new mid-ranged device for its first showing at CES.
It appears that ZTE is going to be releasing a new supposed superphone at CES 2013 early next year. While there has been rumors and whispering of this in the past, it has now been confirmed by event information posted on the press page at CES.
Yesterday we reported on the teaser that suggested “Something new” is coming for CES 2013 from Samsung. We personally doubted that Samsung was referring to the highly-anticipated Galaxy S4, and it seems that CNET agrees.
Samsung has now officially released a teaser trailer, saying that “Something New” is coming for CES 2013. Before you get too excited, odds are against this being the revelation of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Why? For starters, the S4 would be an improvement, but not really something new.
Always wanted to get an iPhone directly from T-Mobile? Until now, the carrier has been left in the dark when it comes to Apple's popular smartphone, but no longer is this the case. T-Mobile and Apple have now entered into an agreement and will start selling iDevices through T-Mobile beginning next year.
Sony has announced the upcoming release of the Xperia E, a “no-nonsense Android smartphone”.
With the recent launch of Windows Phone 8, Nokia has seen a great deal of initial success with the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820. In order to keep the ball rolling forward, the company has also now announced a third member to its Windows Phone 8 family, the Lumia 620.
Looking to get your family a Kindle Fire or Fire HD this holiday season? For those with small children, that means doing your best to watch what apps they are using and to make sure they aren't getting into settings they shouldn't be. The good news is that Amazon has now released a tool to make life much easier on parents with Kindle Fire hardware.
Early last year LG had announced it would license ARM’s processor designs in order to bring its own chips to the market. Now Korea Times is reporting that LG will unveil its first in-house chip at CES 2013.
Taiwan’s Mediatek has had an astonishing year thanks to their range of low-cost, high performance CPU’s. The year started with the company offering the...
There was a time when a gaming system was for something called “gaming”. Yes, those we strange times indeed. Today's systems might be gaming devices, but they are also becoming robust multimedia systems that go way beyond shooters, RPGs and action gaming.
Not satisfied with sitting on its laurels, LG is reportedly already working on a successor to the Optimus G and it will--appropriately enough--be called the Optimus G2. And it could be even more beastly.
Thinking about making the jump into the world of Windows Phone but aren't sure if you want to pay anything up-front to do it? Right now is the perfect time to make the switch to T-Mobile, then.
Ever dreamed of turning your iPhone or iPad into a TV? Your wish comes true thanks to the EyeTV adapter from Elgato and Dyle mobile.
A new rumor suggests that Samsung will be showing off a new 4.99-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels at CES in January 2013. This is the same time that the company is expected to show off its new “global look”. So what is this new display going into? Connecting the dots, it seems possible it could be meant for the Samsung Galaxy S4.
The problem with many tablet/phone keyboard and stand combos is that they are generally for only one platform. This is great if you tend to stick with the same ecosystem no matter what, but what if you are platform agnostic and like owning multiple devices from various ecosystems. More than likely, you'll be stuck buying multiple keyboard/stand units, right? Nope, not if you get a ZAGGkeys FLEX tablet keyboard.
Google is introducing a new feature that allows you to push YouTube videos from your Android phone to your Google TV. Sound familiar? That's because this is basically like what we've already seen with the PS3/Youtube and a smartphone, or even what happens with Apple's Airplay.
It seems that Samsung is ready for its makeover. The company is now working with brand consultant Scott Bedbury, a big name consultant that has worked with companies such as Nike and Starbucks in the past.
In 2006 the first Intel-based consumer-level Mac computers starting rolling out, and Apple hasn't looked back-- or have they? Apparently Apple is considering yet another architecture move, this time over to ARM.
Dragon Go is on its way out the door. Its successor is the new Dragon Mobile Assistant that expands on its predecessor's voice features and capabilities. The newest version of Naunce's software brings near Siri-quality features over to Android and is certainly competition for Google Now and Samsung S Voice.
What we have here is an Android Mini-PC that is shamelessly close in design to Apple's Mac Mini. The big difference here is that this isn't an Intel-based PC, instead we have the power of ARM and Android inside.
While everyone saw the iPad Mini coming from a million miles away, there was much less talk about the possibility of 4th generation iPad. While the 3rd generation model is just six months old, it also includes a dock connector that Apple is probably trying to get rid of for good.
Apple has a press event today that is almost 100% likely to show us the iPad Mini, among a few other possibilities like refreshes...
When it comes to getting an RC car at a cheap price, you are generally out of luck. Between the cars and the remote controls, you often find yourself easily spending $100 or more on such devices. If you are looking to save some money, Griffin makes some low-cost RC devices that communicate with your existing iOS device instead of using a traditional controller.
Own a Sony Xperia smartphone and looking forward to Jelly Bean? Bad news, then. It seems that Android 4.1 won't be making its way to Xperia devices until early 2013, according to Sony.
To jailbreak or not to jailbreak, that is the question. There are ways to get a jailbreak up and running for iOS 6 A4-powered devices that will fully work and install the unofficial appstore we know and love (Cydia), but they require a tethered approach.
Remember back when Mobile Magazine covered a Samsung patent regarding smell and the ability to shoot perfume? Apparently Samsung isn't the only one that is looking into such an option, now the Chaku Perfume Company is preparing its own “ChatPerf” accessory for use on the iPhone.
Wish you iPhone's flash capabilities had a little more oomph? Check out the unique Paparazzo concept device.
We recently reported that many iPhone 5 users are having problems with their new phones arriving with scuffs and dents. Unfortunately, the iPhone 5's problems don't end there. Apparently there is a keyboard issue, as well.
Fitbit seems committed to making their clip monitors even better and have now announced two new models. Thew new models are the FitBit One and the FitBit Zip.
It seems that a new HP device has shown up under the code-name Bender with HP branding as well. This device is a Qualcomm S4 dual-core Android smartphone.
Recently, Mobile Magazine reported that Motorola had plans to bring Jelly Bean to every device possible that was made in 2011 or later. While this was enough to get somewhat excited about, the biggest news was that Motorola promised that if it couldn't bring Jelly Bean to your 2011-2012 Motorola device it would instead give you an $100 credit towards a new Motorola device.
LG Chem might not be as well-known as its parent, but that doesn't mean the branch isn't important. A new development by the South Korean electronics company could have major potential down the road. What is it? A whole new form factor, a battery that is a wire.
On September 5th Nokia and Microsoft will unveil two new Windows Phone 8 devices at a special event. The working names for the two phones are the “Arrow” and the “Phi”.
Verizon hasn't been very receptive of Microsoft ever since the huge failure that was the Microsoft Kin, not to mention that even Verizon's WP efforts have proven to be less than profitable. Good news for those that like Windows, Verizon Wireless might be giving the boys at Redmond another chance with Windows Phone 8.
Instragram has recently updated to version 3.0, arguably one of the most epic versions of the app so far. What makes version 3.0 so compelling? A new feature called “Photo Maps” allows geotagged photos on a map to appear to various friends that a user is open to sharing them with.
The next generation Exynos 5 Dual mobile chip is shaping up to be one powerful monster. The Arm-based mobile CPU not only runs at speeds of 1.7GHz but also has a quad-core Mali-T604 GPU.
What if you could have an external battery that could expand and grow with your needs? That's what you get with the Exovolt Plus from EXOGEAR, billed as the world's first stackable battery pack.
It seems that Samsung is once again preparing for a special “Unpacked” Event, this time in Berlin. While many companies choose to use major events like CES, IFA and MWC for their unveils, recently Samsung has done its own thing and anytime an Unpacked event is announced we know a major announcement is just around the corner.
There was a time when even the smallest SSD drive could easily fetch you close to a thousand dollars, maybe even more. Today the price has dropped quite a bit, but we still have yet to see that many 'budget' flash options either, luckily this is all changing with the 2.5-inch Crucial V4 drive series.