You may remember the rumors of a $99 Nexus 7 that were popping up a few months back. That never came to pass, but it looks like Archos is trying its hands at that pricepoint now with the new line of Titanium tablets, including a $119 7-incher. And it feels...OK.
Compared to years past, CES 2013 was pretty light on phones. The focus was more on health/fitness gadgets and 4K UHD TVs. But among the few phones at the show, we some good ones. Here are the top five.
Polaroid has announced a new pair of Android tablets at CES. Their most obvious selling point is super-low pricing—but will their performance be able to stand up to the competition?
So this is crazy. Monoprice is coming out with a $100 action camera next month. Yeah, the company best known for their ridiculously cheap and awesome HDMI cables sells a bunch of other super high quality gear, like the MHD Action Camera.
Were American children just totally illiterate before Sesame Street? Because the creators of the children's show have great tools for teaching kids how to read—like an upcoming augmented reality app called Big Bird's Words.
LG's Smart Activity Tracker is FuelBand look-alike—there's no denying it. And, yes, there are already a lot of new wearable fitness trackers. But with this gadget, LG crams the features of all of its competitors into one. And by the time it comes out this summer, the wrist-worn device might add something everybody…
We've already gone into detail on why you don't need a case for your iPhone 5, but that was before PureGear unveiled its line of awesome Retro Game cases. Obviously, this changes everything. Come February they'll be available in three different versions for $30 a pop: a traditional boxy maze, a circular maze, and a…
The world of mobile OSes is totally dominated by Android and iOS, but that hasn't kept Ubuntu from trying to sneak in. And finding a way into already dominated markets is kind of Ubuntu's strong suit.
Most of the time I carry a lightning cord in my bag because I just plow through my iPhone's battery. What a pain, right? But iBattz's new Mojo Refuel charging case will let me leave the cable at home where it belongs, because it comes with two extra 2500 mAh batteries.
CTA Digital never fails to disappoint at CES. In past years the company has delivered some of the craziest gaming and iPad accessories, and this year they manage to both raise the bar and hit a new low with the iPotty.
Samsung's Exynos processors have powered a lot of the faster devices out there, from the Galaxy S II, which was way ahead of everyone in terms of speed, to the newer Nexus 10. Now the Exynos 5 Octa Processor is here. Wait, octa? As in eight cores?
For some reason, a small and backward-looking pool of people in the tech industry still believe that people hate typing on touch screens. Hence this plastic monstrosity, that seemingly aims to convert your sleek iPhone into a lumpen BlackBerry. Err, thanks?
We love an underdog story. So when we saw that ZTE—a company which in the U.S. is not so synonymous with "quality" —was making a spec-monster phone, we were excited. After playing with it for about ten minutes, we're a bit less enthusiastic.
Magnets can do more than just heat your meals—they can power the rest of your cooking gadgets as well.
Tablets are getting thinner and thinner, and the end result is bound to be tablets that are paper thin. We're almost there—but there's still a question of exactly how handy that'll really be.
Always be charging. That's what we do at CES. But there isn't always an outlet around, which is why Hyper's Pico charger is so awesome—it juices up three smartphones at the same time.
You know, I've been wondering when we'd see a battery pack case for the iPhone 5. Mophie tends to be the first to market but it looks like iBattz might squeak one in first. With two 2200mAh batteries, both the Mojo Refuel and rugged Moro Armor can recharge your iPhone 5 up to three times, says the company.
The name ZTE doesn't mean a ton in the U.S. The Chinese company has only had a handful of phones make it stateside and they've been way on the low end. Now, suddenly, they're going for broke with the Grand S.
Moments ago, at a small press event, Raj Talluri, Qualcomm's VP of Product Management dropped this little nugget. "You are just starting to see 1080p display phones. I think that will go even higher." My brain instantly exploded.
The Razer Edge is a gaming tablet. That much you know. But here's the thing: It's so well made—and has such a complete notion of what it is and what it wants to do—that it might not just be "the gaming tablet," but the single best Windows 8 convertible we've seen.