According to a recent report, Sony may announce a flagship Xperia smartphone powered by Snapdragon 845 mobile platform at CES 2018.
According to Mashable, one of its journalists stumbled upon Shenzhen-based Hyperdon displaying and selling fake Apple Watches in one of the smaller halls at the tech show.
The LG G Flex 2 comes with one feature straight out of sci-fi movies: a self-healing back cover. LG set up demonstration booths to convincingly show visitors at CES 2015.
Samsung is surely among the biggest spenders when it comes to marketing and self-promotion. It looks like we’ll be treated to yet another round of extensive campaigning from Samsung.
Samsung is about to make its S Pen experience on select Galaxy handsets a little bit more fun, as it’s launching what it’s calling Penvatars.
Alcatel’s new Pop 2 devices are bringing LTE connectivity in multiple form factors and at a reasonable price. Announced at CES 2015, the four new members of the Pop family.
Fitbit stepped up and announced the Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge, its two new connected products which will be coming to North America soon and, not long after, globally.
Garmin was one of the top names in stand-alone GPS devices. But once the smartphone revolution picked up steam, everyone with a handset had a GPS device in their hands.
Sony occasionally spends time on walkman, and the newly-announced NW-ZX2 walkman runs Android Jelly Bean and costs you $1,199.
BLU Products, which presents itself as “the market leader in unlocked devices in the United States”, today announced no less than 7 new Android smartphones, with a few interesting models among them.
Kodak has unveiled today is less of a camera running Android, and more of an actual smartphone. It looks like one and has smartphone specs, so it’s definitely (just) a smartphone.
Qualcomm celebrates CES 2015 by kicking off a sweepstakes that allows folks in the US (age 18 or older) to win cool prizes for four days – starting today, January 6, and until January 9 (when CES ends).