GrandStream is one of the leaders in cost effective VOIP SIP phones. They've now been on the market for 10 years and they are showing their next generation Android powered VOIP phones for the office, hotels, also for any consumers to use in the home. Just get one of these with your SIP VOIP account and you're all set for free phone calls!
This video features following devices:
GXP1105: 1:49 (40€)
GXP1405: 2:18 (50€)
GXP1450: 2:38 (60€)
GXP2100: 3:00 (80€)
GXP2110: 3:35 (110€)
GXP2124: 4:48 (new announcement at CeBIT)
GXP2200 Android HD IP Phone: 5:22 (new announcement at CeBIT)
GXV3140: 7:18 (140€)
GXV3175: 9:06 (240€)
DECT phones: 10:06 (new announcement at CeBIT)
NameRobot.de is built by linguistics specialists and programmers, it can help generate names with available domain names for startups.
Transfluent is a service that offers effortless, near real-time professional translation to social media feeds and websites.
CorruptionTrak is a service that aggregates data regarding incidents of petty/day-to-day corruption in India and acts as a channel to direct this data to relevant authorities. All the reports logged are made freely available to the public, including journalists, NGOs and concerned governmental authorities. They withhold the names of their citizen reporters from public view and make them available only to trusted authorities for further investigation. The relevant authority may contact citizen reporters for more information if it decides to investigate the case.
Xattel is an app shows an augmented reality layer for social networking.
Zenithink shows their new ST-Ericsson U8500 Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 based tablet designed by ontim with a built-in 3G HSPA+ modem, bluetooth, WiFi, and a decent 1024x600 screen resolution. The price is $150 for an order of at least 1000 units. They also show a $65 AmLogic based Android set-top-box with a built-in DVB-T tuner.
Huawei has a whole lot of networking equipment on show at CeBIT 2012, here's a guided tour of some of this. Those devices are powering the Internet, they are powering the network infrastructure of big corporations, big university campuses and more. Some of those Huawei optical fiber switches are probably powering the backbone of the Internet.