Tag Archives: CES 2012

Sony Xperia ion hands-on at CES 2012

Now that we have seen how the Sony Xperia S handles in front of the camera, it’s time to find out if the Xperia ion is camera shy. The device, which features plenty of the same statistics as the Xperia S, is headed towards AT&T’s 4G LTE network some time in the second quarter of this year, but until then we’ll just have to live with this hands-on video… Read more

Sony Xperia S hands-on at CES 2012

Now that Sony and Ericsson have gone their separate ways, Sony is waist-deep in this heated smartphone race all on its own. Not surprisingly, the company has come out with guns blazing, showcasing their new devices with some very high-end specs, and designs that should get most phone enthusiasts out there excited. And, thanks to our friends at PhoneDog,… Read more

Viewsonic ViewPad e70 to hit store shelves with MSRP of $170

Looks like monitor manufacturer Viewsonic is making a splash in the Android tablet community. Today, Viewsonic announced that they will be releasing a 7-inch tablet with a 1GHz CPU and 4GB of memory. What’s really great is that this thing is going to ship with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). Notable features? WiFi-N, front-facing camera, and even an HDMI… Read more

Sprint Galaxy Nexus plays nice with Google Wallet

There is stuff that Verizon does right and then there’s the other stuff. Lately, the “other stuff” category seems to be getting a lot of new additions. Today, we’re going to add one more item to that list and hope that Verizon takes some notes. Earlier today, we reported on the Sprint Galaxy Nexus. Well, we got some more information and it now looks like… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note for TELUS officially announced

Now that we know the Samsung Galaxy Note is headed to AT&T here in the States sometime this year, we figured there would be other carriers who would want to get in on the goodness sooner or later. Sure enough, TELUS has officially announced that not only will they be launching LTE connectivity in the first quarter of this year, but that the Galaxy Note will… Read more

Intel shows off their Atom 2460 chip running in a smartphone

Right now, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, there is plenty going on. But, if you’ve been keeping an eye on what Intel has had planned for this event, then today marks a pretty good day. Over at Intel’s booth on the showroom floor, the company has unveiled their smartphone running an Intel chip. To be specific, it’s the Intel Atom 2460. Of… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T hands-on at CES 2012

The original Samsung Galaxy Note was a pretty big success for Samsung, even despite how big the display is. People here in the States have been clamoring to get the device sold locally, and yesterday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung and AT&T officially announced the device would be landing this year. It will be connected to AT&T’s 4G… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 with WiFi heading to Canada

Yesterday, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Tab 7.7 with LTE would be heading to Verizon’s network sometime in the near future. Of course, that never meant that a non-LTE version would be available in other markets. Mobilesyrup is reporting this morning that the WiFi-only version of the tablet will be making… Read more

Motorola DROID 4 hands-on at CES 2012

Now that you’ve got a look at the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX, how about looking at the latest addition to the original DROID line-up? The DROID 4 was officially announced yesterday, and thanks to PhoneDog, we’ve got some hands-on time with the device at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Obviously the biggest question is how that full, physical… Read more

Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX hands-on at CES 2012

Not long after the Motorola DROID RAZR was released, word broke that a successor to the device, the DROID RAZR MAXX, was on its way down the pipe. Yesterday, Verizon made that official during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. And now that the device is public knowledge, PhoneDog managed to get their hands on it. For all intents and purposes,… Read more