Articles about CES 2015 (page 2)

Alcatel To Sell Devices Straight To US Consumers
[CES 2015] It seems that Alcatel is not only content to introduce several new additions to their lineup to the masses over at this year’s CES, such as the Alcatel OneTouch watch and OneTouch POP family of smartphones, it has been announced as well that these devices will be sold straight to consumers over in the US – with the use of e-commerce channels, of course. Alcatel intends to sell […]

LG G Flex 2 Benchmarks
While playing with the LG G Flex 2 at CES, we had a chance to run some benchmarks of the first Snapdragon 810 to be launched. Snapdragon 810 is a 64-bit SoC (system on a chip) which has 8 CPU cores (4 big A57, 4 small A53) setup in a big.LITTLE configuration running at 1.56 GHz. In this implementation of big.LITTLE, all cores can be active any once, so the […]

Sennheiser SPORTS Headphones Target The Active People
[CES 2015] So, all of the gluttony during the recent holiday season is about to come home to roost in the battle for middle earth – that is, your waistline has started to show signs of expansion, claiming new territory that you never knew you had before, and at the same time blocking the view of your toes as you look downward. It is time to kickstart your exercise plan, […]

Steam Controller Design Reportedly Locked In
Valve first unveiled the Steam Controller back in 2013 and since then it has evolved considerably. The design has been tweaked multiple times with concepts containing additions like touch-pad. Valve showed off the initial version at CES 2014 which didn’t even have face buttons, thumbsticks or even a directional pad. According to a report Origin PC CEO Kevin Wasielewski has confirmed that the Steam Controller design has finally been locked in […]


Netflix VPN Blocking Reports Are 'Categorically False'
Netflix has cemented its position as one of the best online video streaming services that also offers popular original content. The company has come under fire repeatedly for not being tough on users who use VPN in order to access the service from markets that are not yet supported. It was reported recently that Netflix has finally started blocking VPN users but the company has formally rubbished those reports during a roundtable meeting […]

Audi's LG Smartwatch Runs On WebOS
[CES 2015] It was just yesterday when we caught whiff of the smartwatch from LG and Audi, making it one of the most desirable smartwatches that we have seen in recent times. The thing is, the beautiful looking timepiece was thought to run on Android Wear – or at least one variant of it, but upon closer inspection, it runs on webOS instead. Here is a little bit of trivia […]

Whirpool Imagines A Jetsons-Like Kitchen
[CES 2015] Let’s face it – we live in an extremely connected world, and to make sure that homes of the future too, would remain connected in their special way – even in the kitchen, the folks over at Whirlpool have come up with a visualization of what it would look, and feel like, to return to such a concept. Enter the Whirlpool socially networked kitchen environment concept, where it […]

Mushkin STRIKER 2.5-Inch SSD Is An All-Rounder
[CES 2015] Mushkin is a name that is synonymous with high performance memory, and this time around, they have taken the grand occasion known as CES 2015 to unveil the latest member of their STRIKER series of solid state drives. Touted to offer top-tier performance specifications, the Mushkin STRIKER 2.5” SSD is yet another step in the right direction for Mushkin to deliver a truly balanced SSD solution which offers […]

SenseHUD Is The Ultimate Portable Head-up Display
[CES 2015] Heads Up Displays (HUDs) happen to be technology that is worth exploring, as it comes in handy to display even more information than before, for instance, in a vehicle where the dashboard itself does not have enough space to show other important information while you coast down the freeway. Well, is there such a thing as an “ultimate portable heads up display”? I suppose the folks behind SenseHUD […]

Next Generation Fuhu Nabi 3 Tablet Revealed
[CES 2015] There is always something special about the passing of a baton, and the same can be said of Fuhu with their next generation of nabi 3 tablet, which will continue from where the nabi 2 (as seen above) left off. The model in question would be the Elev8, and if you were to read the word and the number in quick succession without a pause in between, it […]

Fuhu Nabi Big Tab Range Offers A Huge Android Experience
[CES 2015] You don’t say – Fuhu certainly wants their nabi Big Tab range of Android-powered devices to live up to their respective names. After all, these would arrive in form factors that are in the domain of TVs, and not tablets as the name suggests, featuring 32″, 43″, 55″ and 65″ sizes. The reason behind this? They have been specially designed in order to be true centerpieces of the […]

LG Shows Off Active Bending Display, Curved At Both Edges
Back in 2014 Samsung announced the Galaxy Note Edge. This is a handset from Samsung that features a curved display at the edge of the device. The curved display acted as a secondary screen in which additional menu options and controls were displayed. It is an interesting idea, although Samsung’s release of the device was more of a test run.Given Samsung’s rivalry with their South Korean brethren LG, we guess […]

Saygus V2 Smartphone Comes With A Whopping 320GB Of Storage
[CES 2015] Thinking about picking up a new phone? Well you’ve got a ton of brands to choose from, such as Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola, Sony, and so on. You even have smaller brands like BLU Products if you’re looking for something affordable, but what about Saygus? That’s probably a name you’ve never heard before, but the company is hoping you will start paying attention to them with their latest […]

The GO Is A Smartphone-Powered Head Mounted Display
[CES 2015] You can say that head mounted displays are still a relative rarity these days – but momentum in this niche market will pick up for sure. Immersion-VRelia, Inc., a name that ought to be familiar among those who wheel and deal in Virtual Reality (VR) hardware and software circles, has decided to deliver a slew of VR offerings at CES this year which they hope will change the […]

PlayStation Vue Release Slated For First Quarter Of 2015
Internet TV is destined to be the next big thing, so it seems, many companies are investing heavily into developing these services in a bid to capture the market that has stepped away from traditional pay-TV services. Just yesterday Dish announced Sling TV its very own internet TV service that will cost $20 per month and give access to networks like CNN, TBS, ESPN and more. We know about the Sony […]

Wacom Cintiq 27QHD And Cintiq 27QHD Tablets Looks Good, Works Better
[CES 2015] There is nothing quite like having a potent combination of form and function, and Wacom intends to capture the essence of both with the Wacom Cintiq 27QHD and Cintiq 27QHD tablets which will hopefully be able to meet the increasing demands of creative professionals. Regardless of which model you decide on, they will come with the very best in pen-on-screen performance, sporting a generous, edge-to-edge glass work surface, […]

Skysense Charging Pad Delivers Automatic Drone Charging
[CES 2015] When it comes to the flight times of drones, they do not really perform all that well – averaging 10 to 25 minutes at best, which is more often than not way too short if it were to be called upon to perform a survey of a vast area – perhaps acres of farmland, or to deliver goods a few miles out. Chances are the drone operator would […]

Hubsan X4 Pro Drone Can Parachute To Safety
[CES 2015] Drones, drones everywhere! When you think about it, drones are a marvel of engineering – not only do they need to be lightweight enough to get around on a relatively small (and hopefully quiet) motor which is more often than not powered by a battery of some sort, it will also have to be rigid enough so that it does not get blown away by the slightest gust […]

AscTec Trinity Auto Pilot System Implements Collision Avoidance In Drones
[CES 2015] When it comes to technology involving drones, you know for sure that many different parts of the device will have to work in perfect harmony in order to offer a unique and uninterrupted flying experience. However, as technology progresses, we would expect drones to get “smarter” too, so to speak. Hence, we are not surprised to hear that drones of the future could come with collision avoidance technology […]

E-Ink Could See Action As “Wall Paint” In The Future
[CES 2015] When it comes to e-ink displays, this technology has been touted to be fantastic in their own right as they require very little juice to function – which means the ability to last for days – and perhaps even weeks, on a single battery charge, and again, depending on the capacity of the battery. However, most of the time, e-ink displays have operated in the world of black […]