f you were following the Consumers Electronics Show 2014 closely, you would have known that Sony unveiled a compact version of its flagship device, Sony Xperia Z1 Compact that comes with almost the same specifications as its big sibling, with a trimmed down display of 4.3-inch. The company also launched its flagship devices in the US as a T-Mobile exclusive, dubbed as Sony Xperia Z1s.
I wanted to say Netatmo brings the heat with June, but seeing as June is a wearable tech device designed to protect its users from the sun’s rays, I figured the title I chose was more appropriate. Did you enjoy that long-winded intro? You’re welcome. Out of all the wearable tech devices I saw at CES 2014, Netatmo’s beautiful June device was one of my favorites. And I’m talking smartwatches, heart monitors and all that jazz.
Although 3D printing has been out for quite some time, it has only recently started to become more affordable and accessible to the common consumer. We saw some great projects launch and succeed in 2013, so 2014 might be where 3D printing hits a new stride.
We already know that LG will be introducing audio products at the CES. And since YouTube is going to demo 4K video streaming at the event, we can expect more LG TVs will also be shown off from LCDs to OLEDs, and Ultra HD TVs.
Samsung had quite the CES 2014 show this past week. Plenty of new, exciting products were announced and of course Michael Bay had a diva moment. But there’s more news coming care of Samsung but this time in the form of smartphone evolution. We already know that Samsung will release its Galaxy S5 smartphone by April but what we’re learning now is that Samsung is looking into utilizing eye scanner technology in order to compete with Apple’s iPhones.
Not too long ago, Klipsch announced their new, top-end set of headphones. I originally intended to do a quick listen and move on. But the Status kept me pinned, listening to track after track for over 15 minutes. That’s a good chunk of time to me, standing in one spot.
It’s a given that one of the biggest brands to be showing off their goods is Samsung. One of its many announcements include the ATIV Book 9 2014 Edition laptop that impresses with a 15.6-inch screen, curved wedge design, and a full HD display. This Ultrabook also comes with a SideSync software package which makes it a great companion to any Galaxy device.
CES 2014 so far hasn’t been extremely rich on smartphone announcements, but unlike in past years, most of the handhelds that have debuted in Las Vegas are destined for greatness. Take Sony’s Xperia Z1 Compact.
At the CES this year, more Ultra HDs are being revealed. But for Samsung, it has showed us something with a higher 8K display. The first 8K TV by Samsung is now at the company’s CES booth labeled as Quad Ultra HD. It’s not the first in the world but the second after Sharp’s 8K Super Hi-Vision offering that boasts of a 7680 x 4320 pixel resolution.
Here are six things we’ve learned today about, well, the future of the world.
As is often the case with fresh Samsung Galaxy gizmos, the Tab Pro series and Note Pro 12.2 were unveiled and demoed in Las Vegas at CES 2014 sans any precise pricing details. Luckily, it appears the resourceful folks over at Sam Mobile managed to procure them in swift fashion, tweeting the info for the whole world to see.
Huawei might be on the verge of dethroning Samsung and snatching the gold medal in the world’s biggest smartphone market, China, but when it comes to Western releases, the Ascend makers still have a few things to learn.