ces 2011

XtremeMac Introduces Three New USB Chargers

XtremeMac Introduces Three New USB Chargers

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas isn't all about the high-end devices that get announced here. Sure, they get all the time and attention, but we can't forget about the accessories, either. XtremeMac has officially unveiled a series of new USB chargers that may look like any other USB charger out there, but they have a few extra features in store.

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T-Mobile G-Slate by LG Shown off at T-Mobile CES Event

T-Mobile G-Slate by LG Shown off at T-Mobile CES Event

Today, T-Mobile took the stage, and brought LG on board with them, to officially announce, and show off, the T-Mobile G-Slate by LG. The first Android-based tablet device from LG to feature Android as its main Operating System (OS), along with the first Android-powered tablet device to access T-Mobile's 4G network.

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Dell Streak 7 Shown Off at T-Mobile Event

Dell Streak 7 Shown Off at T-Mobile Event

After wrapping up their announcement on 4G, Dell came up on stage with T-Mobile and officially showed off the brand new 7-inch Dell tablet, called the Dell Streak 7. The device is already official, thanks to a press release sent out a little before, but the two companies wanted to show off their first 4G device, which will be launching on T-Mobile.

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Dell Venue makes CES 2011 debut

Dell Venue makes CES 2011 debut

Dell has officially announced its second Android 2.2 smartphone of CES 2011, and it's the candybar Dell Venue we saw unveiled in South Korea at the tail end of last year. Fronted by a 4.1-inch AMOLED display behind a sheet of curved Gorilla Glass, the Venue has an unspecified 1GHz processor and an 8-megapixel camera.

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Pogoplug Video streams video with on-the-fly conversion

Pogoplug Video streams video with on-the-fly conversion

Pogoplug has outed its latest network sharing device, the Pogoplug Video, a way to instantly stream video content to any remote device without having to manually recode it. The Pogoplug Video looks just like the company's existing model, but can stream video in AVCHD, H.264, MPEG-4, MJPEG, MPEG-2 and DivX format directly to your iPhone, iPad, Android or other internet-connected device.

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