Is it a Google TV? Well, yes and no. Lenovo's just trotted out a spankin' new 55-inch flat panel at CES Unveiled and while it's got that special Mountain View magic within, it's of the Ice Cream Sandwich variety. That's right, the company's powered this set up with Android 4.0, slapped on its own skin and is prepping it for a Chinese launch later this spring.
AOC might not be at the top when it comes to Android devices, but its budget prices and brand give it a bit of edge over other low-cost options. Now it is trying to bring that combination into a new device segment with the A2272PW4T and A2472PW4T all-in-one Android PCs. All-In-One or AIO PCs are nothing new, even in the Android market.
For a couple of years now, Uber's been delivering ice cream on demand for one day to anyone who calls up its ice cream truck through its apps. Well, this once-a-year event is back, and it's now reaching more people across the globe, even in places where Uber's services aren't usually available.
When Lenovo gets into something, itreallygets into it. Exhibit A: the company's recent Chrome OS kick: it just announced two more Chromebooks, after having released twokid's versionslast month. Today's new additions include the N20 and N20p, two 11.6-inch machines with basically the same specs.
Even if you aren't hauling a 55-inch smart TV with you to campus, you can do better than watching Netflix on your laptop. Our picks include an affordable Blu-ray player, set-top boxes and a few big-screen stunners. There's more where that came from, too -- check out the rest of our guidehere.
When it comes to ASUS, buying a full-size Android tablet has usually meant venturing past the $300 mark; even theTransformer Book T100set you back $349 when it first came out, and that was considered a steal. That's no longer a problem in 2014. ASUS' newTransformer Pad TF103Ccosts $299 with the company's signature keyboard dock included, or as much as some smaller mid-range slates.
Don't let its DevCon facade fool you:Google I/Ohas plenty of interesting stuff foreveryone. Most of the company's big announcements come during the day one keynote, which we'll be liveblogging tomorrow morning.
Just ahead of IFA 2014 , Lenovo has introduced several new products, among them being the new 2-in-1 ThinkPad Helix. The Helix is an ultrabook targeted at business users that can be transformed into a tablet when needed. The ultrabook has many bragging rights, among them being that it is 15-percent thinner than the previous version. The new ThinkPad Helix features an Intel Core M processor and battery life that is 60-percent higher than the previous version at 12 hours on a charge. This is joined by an aluminum design promised to be "grip-friendly" and made to meet the style needs of business users. The tablet part of the Helix measures in at .38-inches, and has a weight of 1.8lbs, making it notably more svelte that the previous version. The machine offers an 11.6-inch display (Full HD and Gorilla Glass), a digitizer pen, and five modes: tent, stand, tablet, laptop, and desktop.
Philips has just revealed a new lineup of 4K TVs, along with a way to actuallyplaysomething on them. The standout model is the curved, 55-inch curvedPhilips 8900that brings Smart TV features via Android. That gives you access to the Google Play Store for apps, games and content and an interface you may findless miserablemore comfortable if you're used to Android.
The first reveal of the DROID RAZR M had us surprised - surprised that Motorola would make such a small phone and surprised that such a phone would feel so right in our hand. Now nearly 2 years after that device’s first reveal, (and our review) , a rebranded iteration has been shown by Verizon as the Motorola Luge.
From smartphones to tablets to wearables, Google is set to invade even the cars with an Android-powered OS. It’s not purely and not exactly a new Android Auto version but Honda has just introduced a new Tegra-based Android Infortainment System for its vehicles.
The filament used for 3D printing is useful, but not terribly interesting. Others have taken to printing using other substances, some for notable purposes, others more or less for novelty. The 3D pancake printer is one such machine, but in recent times MIT students have trumped it. MIT students Kyle Hounsell, Kristine Bunker, and David Donghyun Kim all worked together to make what might be the best 3D printer ever (after the one that might cure blindness , that is): a 3D ice cream printer. The machine does exactly what its title suggests. The way the printer works is simple, at least in description.
Many Motorola fans are probably waiting with baited breath for the company's next flagship, but some aren't exactly good at playing the patience game. Brazilian retailer Livraria Logos, for one, isn't waiting for Motorola's go signal and is leaking out details about the Moto X+1 in broad daylight for everyone to see.
A short while after the ThinkPad 10 surfaced , another device from the maker -- this one a laptop -- has surfaced on its website: the Lenovo M30. The laptop is listed as an "affordable business" notebook, and with it comes moderate specs and a sharp design.
It's been a good week for Apple collectors. First two prototype iPhones show up on auction sites, and now a working Apple I motherboard and a vintage flag from the company's European headquarters are up on auction.
British auction house Bonhams will put the board and the flag on the block as part of its "History of Science" auction, scheduled for October 22.