CES 2013

Huawei Ascend Mate 6.1-inch smartphone arrives to rival Note II [Hands-on]

Huawei Ascend Mate 6.1-inch smartphone arrives to rival Note II [Hands-on]

Huawei's impressive new smartphone hasn't been a very well kept secret, but today in Vegas for CES 2013 they've officially unveiled their new Ascend Mate 6.1-inch smartphone to rival the Galaxy Note II. We're pretty sure they won the battle for largest smartphone. We were lucky enough to snag a few quick pictures with the massive device so check them out and all the details after the break.

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Pantech Discover hands-on: AT&T budget powerhouse

Pantech Discover hands-on: AT&T budget powerhouse

Today we've got our hands on the brand new AT&T Pantech Discover, a 4.8-inch 720p TFT display wielding Android smartphone with a 13 megapixel camera being prepped for hot sales under its surprisingly inexpensive $50 price tag. This machine was introduced to the world just this morning and was met with a collection of surprised eyes at the combination of a sub-$100 cost and specifications that would warrant much more cash up-front. In our hand here and now, the truth becomes clear.

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Kingston announces HyperX Predator 1TB USB 3.0 flash drive

Kingston announces HyperX Predator 1TB USB 3.0 flash drive

We've certainly seen 1TB flash drives before, but today at CES, Kingston unveiled the world's highest-capacity USB 3.0 flash drive, the HyperX Predator, with a capacity of 1TB -- 1,024 large, sweet gigabytes. While the high capacity usually gets priority over speed in most flash drives, Kingston's Predator doesn't skimp on that, promising read/write speeds of up to 240MB/s and 160MB/s, respectively.

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Rhapsody comes to Ford and Lincoln vehicles through SYNC AppLink

Rhapsody comes to Ford and Lincoln vehicles through SYNC AppLink

While we've got all sorts of cool little gadgets to check out here at CES, a number of car manufacturers are also showing off whats new with their vehicles. One of these car manufacturers is Ford, which today announced that Rhapsody will soon be available in Ford and Lincoln vehicles equipped with SYNC AppLink. This is the first time Rhapsody has been fully integrated with vehicles, so this is certainly pretty big for the popular music streaming service.

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Stream TV debuts Ultra-D glasses free 3D at 4k resolutions

Stream TV debuts Ultra-D glasses free 3D at 4k resolutions

Today the folks from Stream TV proud to unveil, again, their Ultra-D glasses-free TV technology here at CES. What makes Stream TV different is not only do they not trick the eye with 3D, but they'll be offering the first ever 3840 x 2160p 4K resolution support. The new tier of Ultra HD combined with their glasses-free 3D will bring the ultimate viewing experience. More details below.

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NVIDIA Project SHIELD – Should you be excited?

NVIDIA Project SHIELD – Should you be excited?

CES 2013 has only just started, but already NVIDIA has made its pitch for product of the show with Project SHIELD, the Tegra 4 based portable console that pairs the growing Android gaming scene with remote access to your home gaming rig. An eye-catching clamshell, borrowing cues from Xbox 360 and with a 5-inch 720p display, Project SHIELD promises the best of portable play with the freedom to output up to 4k Ultra HD video to your TV when you're home.

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Pantech Discover smartphone brings 13MP camera and 720p for $50

Pantech Discover smartphone brings 13MP camera and 720p for $50

This week AT&T has revealed the Pantech Discover, a smartphone for the budget market with top-tier specifications. This machine has a 720p display and a massive 13 megapixel camera and it'll all be delivered for a mere $50 USD. This machine is also quite the looker with aesthetics that remind us of Pantech machines from yesteryear with a brand new smooth flair for the future.

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Forget OUYA, Sunflex unu wants to be your Android gaming buddy

Forget OUYA, Sunflex unu wants to be your Android gaming buddy

Turning Android into a gaming platform is getting popular, with OUYA's Kickstarter success, then NVIDIA's Project SHIELD announced yesterday, and now the Sunflex unu hoping to earn a place in your living room. Pairing an Android-based slate with a gamepad controller, a wireless QWERTY remote, and a regular remote, the dockable unu easily hooks up to a big-screen TV for media streaming and gaming duties.

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