Yesterday at the CES 2013, Samsung made some Big announcements and showed its latest products and innovations for 2013. You can check our reports and photos of the Main Samsung announcements...
Also you can watch the Full Samsung CES 2013 Conference Video below!
You probably heard earlier this month that Canonical announced the Ubuntu Phone OS. YouMobile was at the CES 2013 on the Ubuntu booth and we've got a Hands-on Video for you guys to check out the User Interface and features of Ubuntu Phone OS.
The Operating System is running on Samsung's GALAXY Nexus and it's still a pre-release, the final version will be out by April,2014. Watch the video below and enjoy!
NVIDIA already showed its Tegra 4 worlds fastest mobile processor at the CES 2013 today, The company also revealed a new device of its creation, the Project SHIELD.
NVIDIA Project SHIELD is a handheld gaming console that lets you play Android games and will also let you stream Steam games from your PC to the device wirelessly. itbasically looks like an Xbox 360 controller with a foldable display attached. The display is a 5-inch, 1280 x 720 resolution ‘retinal' multitouch unit, with a pixel density of 294 ppi. You can output the video to an external display through the HDMI port on the back, that too in up to 4K resolution! Other hardware features include built-in bass-reflex speakers.
Project SHIELD runs on stock Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and you can control it either through the touchscreen or the controller.
Thanks to NVIDIA partnership with Steam, you will also be able to wirelessly stream games running on your PC with NVIDIA GPU to your Project SHIELD. The rendering will happen on the PC and then the video will be streamed to the handheld device, similar to the way the WiiU works.
Bluetooth s now exist on all our daily life, Personal fitness company Fitbit has just jumped further into the wearable Bluetooth-tech market. Today at the CES2013, The company unveiled its $99.95 Fitbit Flex device, an activity tracker designed to be worn all day and monitor movement, sleep, and calories burned.
The Flex is similar to other competing products in the growing personal fitness category such as the Nike FuelBand, and Jawbone Up. Built to be worn all day long, the appropriately named Flex is a soft bracelet encased in a rubbery skin. LED lights on the Flex will also, says Fitbit, glow when you've approached 20% of your preset fitness goals for example taking 10,000 daily steps. Fitbit also plans to offer the Flex in an assortment of five colors to match various styles and tastes.
At its core, the Fitbit Flex is a personal fitness tracker. If you're familiar with Fitbit's other products such as the Fitbit One, Fitbit Zip, and older Fitbit Ultra, most of the Flex's skills won't cause you to raise an eyebrow. For instance the gadget uses an internal accelerometer to record steps, distance traveled, and estimated calories burned through exercise.
NVIDIA has just officially announced its latest Next-Gen mobile processor, the NVIDIA Tegra 4 codenamed "Wayne". NVIDIA claims that the Tegra 4 is the world's fastest mobile processor, yet.
The Tegra 4 packs 4 ARM Cortex-A15 CPU cores [4PLUS1], along with an extra second-generation battery saver core, similar to Tegra 3. The CPU performance is said to be 2.6x that of Tegra 3. It also includes 72 GeForce GPU cores, 6x faster than the previous Tegra 3.
Along with being able to run apps and games faster, this also brings the ability to playback 4K content which is first for a mobile processor.
NVIDIA Tegra 4 Key Features:
• GeForce GPU with 72 custom cores.
• Quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU, plus a 2nd Generation Battery Saver Core.
• Computational Photography Architecture.
• LTE capability with optional Icera i500 chipset.
• 4K ultra-high-def video support.