Pebble Steel came to the surprise of many at CES 2014. Some feel the update wasn't enough. Read why Pebble will continue to dominate in 2014.
For episode 056 of the Pocketnow Weekly mobile technology podcast, five guys distill a month of listener mail into a 2-hour onslaught of knowledge-dropping.
Our CES experience reminded us that not even 4G LTE technology can deal with crushing smartphone and tablet demand. Read on to experience this sobering reminder for yourself.
I remember a day when CES was the final frontier. It was the event everybody looked forward to, and I’m not just talking about the people that attend the show. Companies would seriously fight for a good spot to not only exhibit their products, but also used the show to tell the world about their plans and concepts for the year or years to come. It was even a sort of elite membership where if you didn’t use CES to promote your new gadgets, you simply didn’t exist in the world of tech.
There was a lot of wisdom behind the development of the show. I’m sure [...]
Doing a behind-the-scenes of CES 2013 is as crazy as the thought of covering the event. That said, we did take some time to film ourselves as we filmed stuff for you. Whether it was running down the trade show or figuring out where we left the car in one of the biggest parking lots in the world, we’ve got it all on film.
In our first episode of Pocketnow Insider we go through the various challenges and solutions that we faced in order to bring you the best coverage for the largest show in tech. As you expected, not everything went right at CES, and if you think of how bad [...]
Read why we think this year's less-than-thrilling CES may be the way of the future.
CES 2013 was crazy and boy do we have video to prove it! If you think it all goes right on the first take, you’d be surprised. Sure we could just get tongue-twisted, continue talking, and make our videos just like everybody else’s, but we strive to make each of our videos worthy of the time you invest in watching them. Sometimes we get it right the first time, sometimes after the third or second try, and some footage just misses the final cut completely because it was plain-out terrible!
In our second episode of Pocketnow Bloopers we focus on some of our fun moments at CES 2013. [...]
A dizzying array of smartphone and tablet makers stand poised to make our technology dreams come true in 2013. Read on for our top predictions on what's coming at MWC and beyond.
We've gathered our CES 2013 thoughts together for you, in one place. Go through them and make sure to share yours!
Sony's new Xperia Z and Xperia ZL smartphones are spec-loaded and beautiful - but are they too subtle to be successful? Read on to find out.
In this post, we've summed up everything for you so that you can easily stay on top, recap, or just fill in all your CES-mobile-related blanks.
The 2013 CES trade show featured hundreds of exhibitors, but nowhere near as much hot new smartphones and tablets as years previous. Read on for our thoughts on what this means.
Get the scoop on two exciting smartphone products Huawei is now working on.
LG's CES event was about connected devices as well as a hint at another Nexus, but the South Koreans also brought some new displays to Vegas.
Hear just how cheap Archos has managed to make its latest line of Android tablets.
Learn about Samsung's response to the Tegra 4 and Snapdragon 800: an eight-core powerhouse called the Exynos 5 Octa!
Nokia's head of imaging, Juha Alakarhu, while not talking specifics, said that something "very cool" is in the works.
We get the latest info on wireless charging technology straight from the mouth of industry-leader Qi.
Get a glimpse at one of Panasonic's heavy-duty Android tablets, operating on Verizon LTE.
See what one company has come up with to let Android apps run on any number of normally-incompatible operating systems.
Learn about Pebble's CES 2013 announcement, and what that means if you backed their Kickstarter campaign or pre-ordered your own smart watch.
Take a look at a fuel-cell-based mobile device charger, generating electricity without the need for batteries.
Take a look at some of the concept designs we ran across while covering this year's CES.