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ZTE BlueWatch smartwatch hands-on

ZTE BlueWatch smartwatch hands-on

ZTE is showing their entry into the wearable space here at CES 2014. This is the ZTE BlueWatch and as one would assume based on the name, this is a smartwatch. We also couldn't help see quite few similarities with another smartwatch -- the Pebble. Device support includes Android and the display measures in at 1.26-inches with a resolution of 144 x 168.

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Qualcomm’s Ultra Sound NotePad, our hands-on in real-time

Qualcomm’s Ultra Sound NotePad, our hands-on in real-time

When Qualcomm announced their Ultra Sound NotePad last week, we were instantly interested. The ability to write something down and have it transfer to a digital copy is nothing new, but Qualcomm was promising it in real-time. No lag, and no extra hardware. They promised it would be a feature that the new Snapddragon 805 could handle. Skeptical of those claims, we went hands-on with the NotePad here at CES 2014.

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Snakebyte Vyper, hands-on with the sleeper hit of Android gaming

Snakebyte Vyper, hands-on with the sleeper hit of Android gaming

Android gaming can be a dime a dozen proposition. So many are getting into the console realm that it complicates the mindshare. Ouya, Gamestick, and the Mad Catz Mojo are the better known competitors in the field, but here at CES 2014, we had the chance to go hands-on with the Snakebyte Vyper. If you’re not familiar with the new “console”, it might be worth keeping in mind for your next Android purchase.

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Epson’s Pulsesense wearables, hands-on and heart stopping

Epson’s Pulsesense wearables, hands-on and heart stopping

Epson has come to market with a new line of wearable technology. On the surface, they’re your normal ‘monitor the heart rate’ wrist wear devices. Epson has surprised us with their forward thinking approach to wearables, though. We got the chance to check out their new wrist wear at CES 2014, and we were a bit surprised by what was on offer.

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One day these nanowires will make your whole dashboard touch

One day these nanowires will make your whole dashboard touch

If "wearable" is the big buzzword of CES this year then "flexible" can't be far behind. Cambrios Technologies isn't a company you might associate with it - LG's G Flex and Samsung's transforming curved TV are certainly more eye-catching - but the company's ClearOhm silver nanowires are likely to enable the next generation of flexibly flexible touch panels, including turning your whole car dashboard into one vast finger-responsive surface.

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MiFi Home: hands-on with the do-all LTE router

MiFi Home: hands-on with the  do-all LTE router

Voice, data, and a battery backup for those times when ice storms take out your landline: that's the promise Novatel Wireless' MiFi Home is making, also known as the Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router with Voice. Unwieldy name but the hardware does a fair amount: like a traditional MiFi it'll share a mobile data connection, but plug a regular wired phone in and you can also make voice calls as if it were a landline, too.

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Polar’s new V800 sports watch, hands-on

Polar’s new V800 sports watch, hands-on

Wearable technology is on display front and center here at CES 2014, with many offerings showing up at every turn. One of those is Polar’s V800, a new offering from the company who is no stranger to wearables. We got a chance to learn a bit more about the Polar, and went hands-on with the latest sports watch.

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