CES 2014

LG’s curved 77-inch 4K OLED TV is absolutely stunning

LG’s curved 77-inch 4K OLED TV is absolutely stunning

One thing we’re seeing a lot of this year at CES is curved OLED TVs. LG’s offering is on display, and it’s absolutely stunning. Though LG and others are touting their monstrously large TVs, the somehow normal-sized-becuase-there-are-100-inch-TVs LG 77-inched is a favorite of ours. Simply jaw dropping, the display is easily the best we’ve seen yet.

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Cobra’s JumPack will jumpstart your car, then charge your phone

Cobra’s JumPack will jumpstart your car, then charge your phone

If you’re like us, you’re mobile more than you’re stationary. Running around, your mobile device batteries get worn out. From time to time, so does your car battery. Both seem to die at the worst possible time, but Cobra might have something up their sleeve to help out.

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Fitbit Force Caller ID coming February 2014: Demo

Fitbit Force Caller ID coming February 2014: Demo

Fitbit's much-anticipated Caller ID upgrade for the Force is finally due to hit the fitness tracker in February, the company confirmed to SlashGear today. Post-update, the wrist-worn wearable's single line display will show a scrolling update of who is calling, with a name if that person is in your contacts.

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Acton M Scooter hands-on: We fall off the future of urban mobility

Acton M Scooter hands-on: We fall off the future of urban mobility

Electric scooters are too much fun to be left to the elderly, or so Acton found when it flew past its Kickstarter goal for the M Scooter last October. Now shipping, the folding "urban mobility" device promises to work with, not necessarily replace, other methods of transport, being compact enough to fit into the trunk of your car while also providing sufficient range to do local trips. We threw caution to the wind and climbed aboard to see if we'd found the future of CES transportation.

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Gunnar INTERCEPT Color gaming glasses eyes-on: time for iridescence

Gunnar INTERCEPT Color gaming glasses eyes-on: time for iridescence

This week the folks at Gunnar have released a new collection of their classic line of computer-user-aimed eyewear with INTERCEPT Color. They’ve brought on a set of five new iridescent hues including cobalt, fire, kryptonite, ghost, and ink. We’ve gotten a peek at the full collection and have brought a pair of the INTERCEPT Fire glasses home for a full review as well.

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Panasonic OLED 4K TVs, curved in more ways than one

Panasonic OLED 4K TVs, curved in more ways than one

AT CES 2014, Panasonic has some curved OLED TVs on display. Not interested? Seen that before? Maybe, but probably not like this. Rather than curve toward us, which Panasonic has as well, these turn away from you at the edges. That’s something we’ve not seen yet.

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MSI Interceptor DS200 and DS100 gaming mouse hands-on

MSI Interceptor DS200 and DS100 gaming mouse hands-on

Amongst the massive gaming builds stacked with the finest in next-generation graphics cards presented by MSI this week at CES 2014 were a couple of their own gaming-aimed mice. The smaller of these was the MSI Interceptor DS100, the larger going by the name MSI Interceptor DS200. Both nice work with anti-tangle fabric cords in black specked with red and both work with what MSI calls "exclusive software."

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Huawei’s Tron Android gaming console, hands-on with China’s answer to Ouya

Huawei’s Tron Android gaming console, hands-on with China’s answer to Ouya

Huawei’s new Tron console was on display here at CES 2014, and we got the chance to go hands-on with the new Android console. Though Huawei is focused on the Chinese market, and have puled out of the American market, recent revelations indicate a softening on that approach. The console hardware hints at a similar approach.

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ZTE Eco-Mobius modular smartphone eyes-on

ZTE Eco-Mobius modular smartphone eyes-on

Modular smartphone setups are still not something that would be considered mainstream by any means, but they do seem to be a setup that we are hearing more and more about. There has been chatter from Phonebloks as well as from Motorola with Project Ara. And more recently, we spotted the ZTE Eco-Mobius while walking the show floor here at CES.

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LG Chromebase hands-on: 21.5-inch Full HD all-in-one

LG Chromebase hands-on: 21.5-inch Full HD all-in-one

LG has unveiled the Chromebase, an all-in-one system sporting a 21.5-inch Full HD display and running Chrome OS. LG points towards this as being a world's first type of device, but more to the point, this should provide a solid option for someone who is looking to run Chrome OS, but wants to avoid a notebook. The LG Chromebase is available in black and a multi-color white and silver option.

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T-Mobile: Our LTE is faster, and AT&T needs to stop saying otherwise

T-Mobile: Our LTE is faster, and AT&T needs to stop saying otherwise

T-Mobile has been talking Wideband LTE at CES, with early trials showing 147 Mbps downloads, while real-time tests of the carrier's existing 4G network are already out-performing AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. The carrier is using Speedtest.net results for a more timely indication of how T-Mobile's 4G compares to that of rivals. Meanwhile CEO John Legere ramped up his war with AT&T with the promise of a Cease & Desist letter.

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T-Mobile adds 4.4m subs in 2013 with LTE speed push

T-Mobile adds 4.4m subs in 2013 with LTE speed push

T-Mobile has announced 4.4m customer additions to its network in 2013, turning around its dire slide of previous years, and seeing record numbers of subscribers jumping onboard with its "Un-carrier" approach. The carrier is now America's fastest growing, CEO John Legere said, with more than 1.6m new customers added in Q4 2013 alone.

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