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Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Not willing to be outdone by Samsung’s bendable 4K LED TV, LG at CES 2014 is also showing off its very own flexible OLED 4K TV.
Sure, we've seen dual-booting Windows/Android hybrids before. But convergence just got real at CES, as both Intel and AMD confirmed plans to help PC makers shoehorn Android onto Windows devices.
Sharp is also at CES 2014 to announce its TV lineup for the year. Besides 4K TVs, the company also unveiled a full HD TV that's capable of playing 4K UHD content well because it has 10 million more subpixels than regular 1080p TV sets.
Sony has announced the SmartBand wearable device. Besides logging your activities, this waterproof device integrates with your smartphone to notify you of calls and messages.
Toshiba has recently just launched the Toshiba Chromebook, the company's first Chromebook, and the world's only (for now) 13.3-inch Chromebook. The Toshiba Chromebook features an Intel Celeron (Haswell) processor, as well as 2GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD.
Towards the tail end of 2013, Valve revealed their Steam Machines and SteamOS platform for gamers. If sources are correct, a total of 12 partners may be ready to unveil Steam Machines of their own.
Monday, 6 Jan 2014
Qualcomm has announced an ultra HD-capable Snapdragon 802 processor for next-generation smart TVs, smart set-top boxes and smart digital media adapters. Also unveiled today is the Snapdragon 602A applications processor for connected in-car infotainment.
Notch, Quebee, Avid Union, and Proscenium have announced that they will be launching their latest mobile accessory and wearable computing products on Kickstarter at the end of this month.
LG has confirmed its Life Band Touch wearable device in a CES 2014 press release.
Close to a year after acquiring WebOS from HP, it seems like LG is ready to debut its WebOS-powered smart TVs at CES 2014.