The Droid Bionic Revealed. Looks To Fulfill Tag Line

As of yesterday, Motorola introduced another one of their smartphones to the masses at their press conference at CES. This one come with the tag line “The end of waiting.” We humbly bring to you, the Droid Bionic.

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Motorola: One of the Best of Show Conferences

This was undoubtedly one of the best conferences I’ve seen all day. Motorola had quite a bit to roll out which they did with style. With that said, let’s look at the goods.

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A look at Android 3.0

It’s CES time again and Google’s released a video about Android 3.0 Honeycomb!   Yes, that’s right, Android 3.0 is all about tablets. While there IS android on tablets already, it never really worked out perfectly, and that’s what 3.0 is fixing. Right int he start of the video, you get a quick look atContinue reading “A look at Android 3.0”

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Casio Press Conference

The first announcement Casio made was about their new online imaging service called Casio Imaging Square. This service will serve as a digital photo art studio online for users to take advantage of. There will be several different tools available that will make your ordinary photos look like works of art. This service will beContinue reading “Casio Press Conference”

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Audiovox To Release Android Based Headrest Entertainment System

Moments ago, Audiovox announced from CES about the future release of their Android based headrest embedded entertainment system for automobiles. The representative stated that you will be able to wirelessly connect to the system via mobile devices and stream content such as YouTube videos. There was no word on a release date or any otherContinue reading “Audiovox To Release Android Based Headrest Entertainment System”

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Twitter Slap Fight (Arrington,Scoble,Winer)

Ok everyone, to your corners! I was laying in bed until few minutes ago I decided to check Twitter on my phone just to come across a very interesting argument. Dave Winer somehow got fueled up on an article from Tech Crunch claiming that Facebook and Twitter are killing RSS feeds.

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