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  • News: Are there too many smartphones on the market?

    The question of whether there are too many smartphone variations on the market came up during a panel discussion Thursday at CES.

  • News: Quad-core smartphones coming very soon, Nvidia says

    Smartphones using quad-core processors may not have made a splash at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but the devices will be coming in a few months, Nvidia said at the show.

  • News: iPhone 4S' Siri swears at 12-year-old boy

    A 12-year-old boy was on the receiving end of some rather foul language when he tried out an iPhone 4S in a Tesco store, according to a report.

  • News: CES: Fully recharge iPad with Gum Max mobile unit

    We checked out Just Mobile's new Gum Max portable charger, which is powerful enough to fully recharge one iPad, or seven iPhones.

  • News: New kinds of products hit Verizon's LTE network

    Verizon used the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as an opportunity to show off some of the unique applications and products being developed on its LTE network.

  • News: Adonit astonishes with new pressure sensitive iOS stylus

    Just when I thought I had seen all that there was to see in the iOS stylus market, Adonit has come out with something that took me by surprise. And in the coming months, I imagine the company will be surprising a whole bunch of other people, too.

  • News: The HTC Titan 2: A Closer Look at a Windows Phone With an Amazing Camera

    At the AT&T Developer Summit on Monday, CEO Ralph De la Vega announced a slew of new phones including the HTC Titan 2, the first LTE Windows Phone. While LTE 4G is exciting and all, I was more interested in the Titan 2's 16-megapixel camera. I got to spend some time with the Titan 2 and talked to HTC's communication team about its development.

  • News: Expect fewer phone models in 2012, executives say

    Are there too many mobile phones to choose from? Phone makers are starting to worry that people are getting overwhelmed by so many options and, as a result, some plan to reduce the number of models they produce this year.

  • News: Intel fights for its future with smartphone deals

    With Intel finally breaking into the burgeoning smartphone market, analysts say the company is moving to defend its turf - and possibly even its future stability -- against an encroaching competitor.

  • News: LTE explodes at CES

    LTE has exploded at this week's Consumer Electronics Show, where the three top U.S. wireless carriers and dozens of other vendors are showing off how they plan to use the high-speed technology with new smartphones, tablets and even ATM's.

  • News: CES: P2i's Aridion safeguards smartphones against water

    P2i's Aridion technology could save your bacon if you drop your phone down the loo. And we've all done it.

  • News: More Mac, iOS products seize the spotlight

    The search for interesting Mac and iOS gear at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show continues, with a tour of the ShowStoppers event. Similar to Pepcom’s Digital Experience, ShowStoppers is designed to let smaller companies benefit from the large crowd of people in town for CES without having to pay the toll of a big booth on the showfloor proper. Here are just a few of the companies we spoke with.

  • Opinion: Logitech's Cube is Tiny and Capable

    Logitech demonstrated the Cube, one of its newest mice at CES Showstoppers. The tiny rectangular mouse is about 2 inches long and an inch wide, and besides being super small, it becomes a PowerPoint presenter the second you pick it up -- no flipping through modes.

  • News: Silver gloves said to ease cold-weather touchscreen use

    The problem of using smartphone and tablet touchscreens has led to the creation specialized gloves that ease the task and can conduct a person's bioelectricity.

  • News: Third-generation iPad 'spotted at CES'

    A blogger claims to have used the third-generation iPad at the Consumer Electronics Show currently taking place in Las Vegas.

  • News: The Week in iOS Accessories: CES mania!

    The Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, which means a weeklong deluge of new gadgets and gear. We've been covering many new products individually, but here are a number of other iOS accessories that are worth a look.

  • News: Adobe Carousel becomes Adobe Revel

    Adobe Carousel, the subscription-based photo editing and sharing application launched in late October 2011, has had a name change.

  • News: Pegatron lands more orders for iPad 3 and iPad 4 - report

    Apple has asked Pegatron to produce a "small volume" of iPad 3 units and the company is also expected to land a production deal for the iPad 4, according to a report.

  • Opinion: Earphones to Wear When You Want to Hear More Than Music

    Sometimes you don't just want to hear the music. When you're jogging, baby-sitting, driving, or doing anything that requires you to also pay attention to ambient noise, headphones that block out everything else can be a liability.

  • News: What CES 2012 is about: four major themes

    CES is the world's biggest coming-out party for the year's new gadgets, and it's also a good barometer of the health of the tech industry as a whole. Since the CES festivities got rolling over the weekend, we've been trying to get a bead on the major themes--the hot products and topics that are being discussed in the hallways, on the show floors, and in hotel bars all around the Las Vegas Strip. Here's what we're seeing and hearing so far.



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