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ViewSonic ViewPad 4 Android-powered handset

by Edwin

ViewSonic will be rolling out the ViewPad 4 Android-powered handset in due time, although they decided to use the CES platform to announce its presence. Running inside would be Qualcomm’s 1GHz MSM8255 processor that ties everything together, including a 4.1-inch WVGA display, a 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with 720p video recording capability, GPS support, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity and HDMI out, just in case you want to show off the …

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OCOSMOS Gamer’s Dream tablet PC rolls out

by Edwin

OCOSMOS from South Korea has just introduced what they dub to be the “world’s most user-friendly personal computer and gaming device” – although we aren’t too sure on whether that claim warrants such a title or not. Of course, you can always settle for the official name of the OCS9 Tablet PC, where it is touted to revolutionize both professional and gaming PC markets. This tiny tablet will run off …

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Philips BDP7580 offers wireless HDMI

by Edwin

Philips intends to light up CES 2011 with their latest Wireless HDMI Blu-ray player known as the BDP7580, which is actually the first of its kind in the world. Just what does this wireless HDMI player offer? Well, it should be able to appease even the most curious of home theater fans, as who doesn’t want to move on to the world of wireless connectivity? At least the Philips BDP7580 …

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Hands on with the Droid X, plus an important lesson learned at CES 2011

by Mark R

Today I am doing something for the very first time as I am doing my first post on the road here at CES. Right now, I am in a slow moving line, waiting for a bus to bring me to the Las Vegas Convention Center. My brand new Droid X is giving me access to this blog, but I cannot see what I am typing as I go. After I …

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Wireless multiroom DVR coming to DirecTV

by James

Samsung is joining forces with DirecTV to cut the cables on your home entertainment with a multi-room wireless DVR.

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Verizon to offer Sling with 4G/LTE Mobile Phones

by James

With rumors that the iPhone may finally be coming to the Now Network, and now, a real announcement of a package deal that pairs the SlingBox to an LTE/4G Mobile Phone, Verizon has been very busy at CES. Here’s the deal – customers who subscribe to LTE broadcand can get a Slingbox Media Streamer and a copy of Slingplayer bundled right in. The app itself is a $39.99 value and …

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If Wall Street says a Verizon iPhone is coming Tuesday, is it no longer a rumor?

by James

Granted, it’s not Walt Mossberg, but if the Wall Street Journal is betting the house that Verizon will be announcing the iPhone is coming as early as Tuesday, is it really a rumor anymore?

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HTC zaps the CES with the HTC Thunderbolt

by Edwin

HTC intends to make the most out of this year’s CES by announcing their latest masterpiece, touted to be the first 4G LTE Android smartphone in the world – the HTC Thunderbolt. Needless to say, something as exclusive as this will be made available via Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network, and you can be sure that with Verizon Wireless, having speedy connections under plenty of areas is something …

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