CES 2013

MiPow Power Cube 8000M hands-on

MiPow Power Cube 8000M hands-on

This week we got the opportunity to have a peek at a collection of devices from MiPow, not least of them the Power Cube 8000M. This device is a relatively massive 8000mAh rechargeable battery able to bring your devices multiple charges over the span of its own full charge life. The entire unit is 92 x 92 x 17 mm and has a direct charging time of 8-10 hours.

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Martian Passport Watch hands-on: Voice Command and Bluetooth get classy

Martian Passport Watch hands-on: Voice Command and Bluetooth get classy

We've gotten our first opportunity this week to take a peek at the first Martian Voice Command Watch model known as the Passport, able to attach to both Android and iOS via Bluetooth for simple connectivity on the go. This machine was originally part of a Kickstarter project and is just ready for prime-time now, giving users in the field the ability to make and receive calls, read short text messages and reply, and read short messages of several kinds. Voice Commands are able to be made using both iOS and Android's voice command systems.

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Ford Developer Program now open to all, we go hands-on with new apps on Sync

Ford Developer Program now open to all, we go hands-on with new apps on Sync

A couple days ago here at CES 2013, Ford held their presser and announced a few new things, specifically concerning the company's Developer Program for its in-car Sync AppLink API. Ford announced open and free availability of the SDK to any mobile app developer. We ended up stopping by the company's booth to find out more, and got some quality hands-on time with the platform.

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Samsung 8-core Exynos 5 Octa chip revealed with two sets of four cores

Samsung 8-core Exynos 5 Octa chip revealed with two sets of four cores

CES 2013 has already brought some very exciting news about mobile processors, with NVIDIA revealing its Tegra 4 processor during its press conference earlier in the week. Not one to be outdone, Samsung today officially pulled the veil off its 8-core Exynos 5 Octa chip. Comprised of two sets of four cores, the Exynos 5 Octa is obviously geared toward keeping things moving fast and fluid, even when multiple applications are running on your mobile device.

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Westinghouse 110-inch 4K TV eyes-on: massively giant

Westinghouse 110-inch 4K TV eyes-on: massively giant

There's nothing quite like a war between television manufacturers to bring our the WOW factor at CES, and this year's Westinghouse presentation includes quite the looker - a 110-inch 4K TV that'll just swallow your room up whole. This machine is not yet ready for the market, but certainly will be soon - coming in at a cool $300,000 USD when you want to pick yours up with your life savings. Of course this machine isn't exactly built for the everyday consumer, but getting up close and personal with it will br bringing on the heat to anyone's eyeballs and brain.

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YotaPhone hands-on

YotaPhone hands-on

To be completely honest, the YotaPhone is one of devices I've been most looking forward to seeing during Slashgear's stay here at CES 2013. The device was announced last year and was immediately turning heads with its dual-screen setup. Dual-screen phones are nothing new, but the folks at Yota have put their own little spin on the dual-screen setup: instead of offering two LCD screens, the YotaPhone sports an HD LCD display on the front, and an eInk display around the back.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Helix extended hands-on: Rip and Flip up close and personal

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix extended hands-on: Rip and Flip up close and personal

We've been given another opportunity to get right in deep with Lenovo's newest convertible tablet running full Windows 8: the ThinkPad Helix, and this time we're making a point of checking out not just the ripping and the flipping, but the spoiler on the back and the precision ruined craftsmanship as well. As you may well know from our previous look at this machine, you're able to open it up in its notebook form to use it as a full-function Windows 8 laptop, press the button on the lower left of the display, "rip" it out, use it as a tablet, and place it back in place the other way around - then you can push it back down flat and have a massive battery capacity as well.

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Pebble smartwatch: CEO Eric Migocovsky talks Kickstarter loyalty and more with SlashGear

Pebble smartwatch: CEO Eric Migocovsky talks Kickstarter loyalty and more with SlashGear

With $10m in the Kickstarter bank and a product shipping in two weeks time, Pebble was arguably the king of the crowdsourcers in 2012. The smartwatch already has us tempted after our hands-on, so we caught up with Pebble CEO Eric Migocovsky to talk lessons-learned from the original InPulse model, the process of growing a company in the public eye, and what's next in the smartwatch's future.

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ONGUARD iPad, iPhone 5, and Nexus 7 folding “origami” cases hands-on

ONGUARD iPad, iPhone 5, and Nexus 7 folding “origami” cases hands-on

This week we got the opportunity to speak with Jane from ONGUARD about the company's new family of folding cases and covers for the iPad, iPhone, and Google Nexus 7. What you're seeing here is a brand new line of cases and covers, the company bringing on a new generation of magnet-toting amalgamations of protection and display for your devices. What we've seen here is a unit for the iPhone 5 that's a case and a stand in one, a similar solution for the iPad (3/4), and another for the Google Nexus 7 tablet that's not just a stand, but a sleeve as well.

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