Posts Tagged ‘CES 2015’

When Apple showed HomeKit off during last year’s WWDC we all immediately started formulating plans for having everything in our homes be controlled via our iPhones and iPads. We’re now in January of the following year and there are finally two HomeKit compatibly smart plugs being showcased at this week’s CES, though neither are going to be available to buy for a little while yet.

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A new smartwatch from Alcatel is making waves at the CES 2015 in Las Vegas, and many are drawing comparisons to the premium Moto 360 from Motorola. What makes this smartwatch this interesting? Head on after the jump for further details on this gadget.

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Google’s answer to Apple’s AirPlay was the Chromecast, but that feature was only applicable to all things video and a dedicated audio casting service was missing. Google Cast, from the search engine giant fills that gap up as it prepares to once again take on AirPlay in its full might. More on this can be found right after the break.

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2015’s Consumer Electronic Show is in full swing right now, and some of the world’s largest technology companies are already falling over themselves to get their biggest announcements out of the way before everyone loses interest. Judging by our own interest levels of years gone past, we’d give that another ten minutes or so.

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LG G Flex 2 Android smartphone has been announced. We have all the features, specs, price and release date details here in one place. Head past the jump for all you need to know!

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This week, as you’ll likely have gleaned, is the Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, and many of the big names in tech have embarked on Las Vegas to showcase their big new releases for 2015. HP is among them, and as well as detailing a bunch of new products related to Google’s Chrome OS, the computer maker has just unveiled a nifty looking mini PC range that offers a sleek form factor, decent internal hardware and a price that should appeal to the masses.

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Parrot, the maker of the famous AR.Drone, isn’t really known for its infotainment systems for automobiles, but its newly announced RNB 6 is attempting to change all of that.

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Microsoft may be working to move the Nokia brand away from its high-end and mid-range Windows Phone devices, but it is still more than happy to keep Nokia as the face of its feature phone and low-end smartphone market. The latest entrant into the Nokia side of the family is the Nokia 215, a phone that Microsoft says is its cheapest Internet device yet.

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It’s entirely understandable that a large percentage of consumers purchasing valuable devices will want to go to varying lengths to ensure that their investment is protected. It’s even more understandable when you consider the recent Bendgate scandal involving Apple’s jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus, which is alleged to be susceptible to damage if bent or stored in a certain way. Thankfully, we live in the age of innovation, and if there’s a problem, someone somewhere will try and solve it, which is exactly what a Korean company called Patchworks is trying to do with its tempered glass screen protector.

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