CES 2011 round-up: Wednesday, January 5th

What a day. Here we are just halfway through CES 2011 and the mobile landscape has been seriously altered, especially in the realm of Android. AT&T is now a serious Android contender provided they play their cards right with software, T-Mobile is getting a powerful new tablets, LG and SE are rallying, and Verizon is ready to rock our worlds with high end gadgets. Standards are changing. Your phone just got older. Here are the big stories of the day:

T-Mobile drops handfull of videos showing off Android 3.0, Honeycomb

DROID Bionic set to blow up in early second quarter on Verizon with dual cores

T-Mobile teases G-Slate by LG

Motorola announces killer Xoom tablet

Hands on with the Vizio phone and tablet

HTC Inspire 4G brings new Sense to AT&T

Video showcases the tablet-friendly Android 3.0, Honeycomb

LG Optimus 2X on video

ATT finally has an Android super phone: Motorola Atrix

Video: Atrix webtop demo shows phone acting as heart of desktop computer and laptop

Atrix teaser video released

Details on LG Optimus Black

Motorola Cliq 2 headed for T-Mobile

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc

Samsung Infuse 4G comes to AT&T

Sony Internet television and Blu-ray win CES innovation award

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