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Google Glass Shown Off At Google I/O

Google Glass has been fascinating everyone’s imaginations over the last few months since its unveiling. Now Google has surprised us all at the end of the day 1 keynote, and gave a live presentation of the product. A Google Hangout was done, and through an awesome skydiving stunt. A team literally went skydiving to the Moscone Center while being… Read more

Android Integration Coming To Your Toyota Or Lexus Stereo Compliments Of Vais Technology

If you’re at all into OEM car stereo integration then chances are that you’ve stumbled across the name, Vais Technology, before. Now Vais plans to bring your Android to your car (provided it’s a recent Toyota or Lexus) straight through the touchscreen navigation system. That’s right, Vais is bringing a very normal looking Android experience to your… Read more

Sony SmartWatch Now Available From Verizon Wireless

Today, Verizon is announcing that it will begin carrying Sony’s Android-powered SmartWatch. For those of you who are a little fuzzy on Sony’s creative accessory, the SmartWatch is a digital wristwatch with a 1.3-inch color display running a customized version of Android 2.1 that acts as a second screen for your main device. This bad boy hooks up to your… Read more

Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 3.6 will be making its way to the US

For those who recall, Samsung announced the Galaxy S WiFi 3.6 at IFA last year, essentially as a Galaxy S without the phone functionality. Fast forward to today, and we’re now hearing that it will be launching in the US. Featuring what we now call low-end specs, the PMP features a 3.6-inch LCD display with a resolution of 800 x 480, 1GHz Hummingbird… Read more

Cowon Z2 Plenue is another mid-range PMP

While smartphones have mostly taken over the PMP market, there are still a few people who like personal media players. Cowon wants to help those people, and has released the Z2 Plenue in South Korea. The device features mid-range specs, including a 3.7-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 800×480, a 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, and storage options… Read more

Samsung keynote focuses on breaking barriers between devices

Samsung Electronics has been a huge force for Android and the gadget world in general. While Android is a priority for the gadget manufacturer, it looks like the Suwon-based conglomerate decided to focus this year’s CES keynote on a concept that has been floating around since we started carrying screens in our pockets, connectivity. A seamless experience… Read more