Next week at CES we are sure to see some new Android smartphones, tablets, and TVs, but we also expect to see some awesome accessories. One company we definitely want to check out is Vuzix, who will be unveiling their SMART Glasses Technology. High prices and bulky designs have slowed the adoption of wearable displays ... Read More »
There are many fortified display options out there, but when it comes to Android devices Corning Gorilla Glass is definitely the most popular. Whether this glass is better, or it is just brand loyalty, there is no doubt that the addition of Gorilla Glass makes users feel much more confident. Next year looks to ... Read More »
HTC’s growth streak has come to an end. HTC has released its unaudited results for Q4 of 2011, revealing that the company’s revenue stream was down 2.49% from the same quarter last year. Total revenues for the quarter reached NT$101,419 million while net income after tax was NT$11,017 million, a 25% decline from the previous ... Read More »
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As CES 2012 draws near, we are due for some loose lips to out a product or two ahead of the actual show. First out of the gate this week is ASUS with what appears to be a 7-inch addition to the Eee Pad line. Unfortunately the image wasn’t accompanied by any additional information, so ... Read More »
Intel’s Medfield system-on-a-chip isn’t the company’s first venture into smartphone territory. Last year at CES 2011, Intel and LG partnered up to debut Intel’s Moorestown chip. Unfortunately, nothing ever came of the reference device. Due to a “lack of marketability,” the handset never saw retail. This year, things could be different.
Hot on the heels of news that Acer plans on introducing fewer, higher quality products in 2012, the Iconia Tab A700 has been detailed by the Russian blog NoMobile.ru, featuring specs that make even the highest end tablet seem like old news.
Slated for debut at CES, the A700 is both ... Read More »
Little is known about the Sony Ericsson LT28at beyond a previous rumor that suggested the LT28at will feature a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor (unknown make). The LT28at is back and has made its way through the Bluetooth SIG process. The SIG showing indicates this Xperia superphone is going to be a beast, featuring a 4.55″ ... Read More »
Planning to attend CES next month? If so, we have some exciting news to share. Android and Me would like to officially invite our readers and CES badge holders to join us at an exclusive private party SAY Media (an Android and Me partner) is throwing at the brand new nightclub ... Read More »
This week Intel showed off a prototype phone running Android 2.x and a tablet running Android 4.0, both powered by their new Medfield system-on-a-chip. MIT’s Technology Review sat down with Stephen Smith, VP of Intel’s architecture group, who hinted that “the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in January could bring news of gadgets ... Read More »
Will 2012 finally be the year we see manufacturers take a deep breath and slow down for a minute? As far as HTC is concerned, it’s starting to look that way.