ces 2011

LG G-Slate for T-Mobile Announced at CES 2011

LG G-Slate for T-Mobile Announced at CES 2011

Not to be outdone by Motorola, LG and T-Mobile have teamed up to officially announce LG's first Android-based tablet, now called the G-Slate. The device will be a full 4G tablet, and will be powered by the newly showcased Android 3.0, or Honeycomb. The release states that the G-Slate will be one of the first 4G-enabled tablet devices to make use of Android 3.0, which was designed from the ground up for tablet devices.

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Motorola Bionic for Verizon Unveiled at CES 2011

Motorola Bionic for Verizon Unveiled at CES 2011

Motorola has taken the stage at CES 2011, and they've got a few tricks still left up their sleeve. Mainly, some heavy hitters in the smartphone area, as well as the tablet. The company has officially unveiled a previously unannounced device, now lovingly known as the Motorola Bionic, with plenty of features under the hood, and Verizon's brand right on the front.

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Motorola Atrix Laptop Dock Unveiled

Motorola Atrix Laptop Dock Unveiled

The Motorola Atrix is proving to be an extremely impressive business device. Bridging the gap between smartphone and desktop, the device not only docks with a monitor, it can additionally dock with Motorola’s new laptop dock, ultimately making it an ultra portable powerful notebook.

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Samsung Central Station Announced at CES 2011

Samsung Central Station Announced at CES 2011

Samsung is pushing out announcement after announcement, this time focusing on the IT workspace, and presenting prospective purchasers with the notion of a unified desktop hub, which is meant to simplify the entire IT workspace area. The Central Station is meant to bring together multiple aspects of the workspace, ranging from the notebook PC, to the display, to even the network and AV peripherals.

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Samsung MobilePrint App Announced at CES 2011

Samsung MobilePrint App Announced at CES 2011

Samsung today announced that the company has a new way to make wireless printing easier. Not surprisingly, the company is focusing on applications, and launching the new MobilePrint app not just for Apple's iOS platform, but also Google's Android mobile Operating System (OS). The application will make it possible for any iOS device, along with any Android device, in which it is loaded up on to be able to print to a Samsung wireless printer with ease.

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Google Unleashes Android 3.0 Honeycomb Video, Showcases Features [Video]

Google Unleashes Android 3.0 Honeycomb Video, Showcases Features [Video]

Rumors about whether or not Android 2.4 or 3.0 would be known as Honeycomb have been swirling around for awhile now, but over the last couple of days it's been pretty much confirmed that 3.0 is Honeycomb. And now Google has put the stake in the heart of the rumor, squashing any idea that 2.4 could, and would, be what the Android team chose for the version number. Thanks to the Android YouTube page, we can now safely say that Android 3.0 is Honeycomb, and yes, it is indeed built specifically for tablet devices.

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Microsoft Announces System on a Chip Architecture Support for Next Version of Windows

Microsoft Announces System on a Chip Architecture Support for Next Version of Windows

Microsoft has used the Consumer Electronics Show 2011 to confirm a pretty big rumor that cropped up a few weeks ago. With talk that Windows would be using a System on a Chip Architecture for its next version of Windows, there was plenty of speculation, and even more arguments breaking out whether or not Microsoft would go down this route. Turns out that they are.

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Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series Unveiled at CES 2011

Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series Unveiled at CES 2011

Samsung, following closely in step with the previous announcement of their Series 9 super-thin notebook, have just announced the brand new Sliding PC 7 Series, which is meant to combine the world of a notebook and mobile PC. This is Samsung's first sliding tablet PC device, and they've decided to go with Microsoft's Windows 7 Operating System. Under the hood, Intel's made a nice little home, and the device only weighs 2.2 pounds.

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