Consumer Electronics Show

CES 2013 Best of Innovations

Published by on January 9, 2013 under Mobile

There were 26 products that received the Best of Innovations Award at this year’s edition of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. What made them stand out included the engineering qualities, aesthetics, the intended use and user value, and the unique features. Let’s see the winners!

Moneual Touch Table PC

Moneual Touch Table PC

How would it be to be able to browse menus, order food and drinks, and even pay in your favorite pub, without having to rise from the table? Moneual designed the Touch Table PC as a solution for use in restaurants, where customers could browse menus, place orders and pay from the table. In addition to restaurants, other public places could benefit from its features, such as cafes, airports, hospitals, and hotels. Read more

Magnetic Charger for iPhones and Samsung Galaxy S III to be Showcased at CES

Published by on January 3, 2013 under Mobile

Magnetic Charger for iPhones and Samsung Galaxy S III to be Showcased at CES

It’s called Magnetize and it’s smartphone charger of its kind. BuQuTech launched the charging accessories that allow users of iPhone and Android smartphones to charge their handsets together or separately by simply placing them on a slim magnetic stand, with the possibility to turn them sideways for landscape view. Read more

BodyGuardz UltraTough Clear Films Protect Your Gadgets From Scratches and Microbes

Published by on January 22, 2012 under Mobile

BodyGuardz UltraTough Clear Films Protect Your Gadgets From Scratches and Microbes

The UltraTough Clear films developed by BodyGuardz are considered the most advanced protection solution for all gadgets. The technology consists of an antimicrobial film that applies on electronic devices and electronic accessories. In addition, the advanced indestructible film enables distorsion-free viewing and applies easily with or without using the included gel based on alcohol. Read more

Lenovo IdeaPad YOGA Portable Computer With Four Operation Modes

Published by on January 16, 2012 under Mobile

Lenovo IdeaPad YOGA Portable Computer With Four Operation Modes

IdeaPad YOGA was launched at CES 2012 as the world’s first portable computer that allows the user to operate it in four ways. The four-in-one convertible works as a laptop, tablet, stand or tent, coming in an elegant design, with a 13.3-inch multi-touch display. Read more

Nokia Lumia 900 Cyan

Published by on January 11, 2012 under Mobile

Nokia Lumia 900 Cyan

What made me write about this phone is not the multitude of functions that you can find in most of the latest handsets, but the impressive design. The beautiful blue tone and slim design caught my attention recently and made me read more about it. Read more

emporiaCLICK is Great for Seniors and Children

Published by on January 8, 2012 under Mobile

emporiaCLICK is Great for Seniors and Children

emporiaCLICK is one of the cell phones announced by emporia Telecom for CES 2012. The handset has a clamshell style and can be used by both children and seniors. Read more

Snapkeys 2i Enables Fastest Blind Typing on Touchscreens

Published by on January 4, 2012 under Mobile

Snapkeys 2i Enables Fastest Blind Typing on Touchscreens

Many people who enjoy communicating through SMS messages, can type on a mobile QWERTY really fast, even while looking somewhere else, but with virtual keyboards things get slower, regardless of how much you like to compose messages. What makes my typing slower on a touchscreen is seing the virtual QWERTY over the page I compose text on. That’s why Snapkeys invented the 2i technology that will probably soon replace virtual QWERTYs because you can type much faster, without looking at what you type. Read more

Login on Websites With Your Face

Published by on January 4, 2012 under Mobile

Login to Websites With Your Face

Sensible Vision comes at this year’s edition of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a super app that replaces the classic username/password-based authentication with face recognition. The innovative software technology works on all popular mobile devices running Android or iOS, including your smartphone, tablet, netbook, and desktop computer. Read more