LG G Flex, launching for $300 (with 2-year $2000+ contract) on Sprint on January 31st

Posted by – January 14, 2014

LG shows their really big curved 6″ 1280×720 smartphone design, running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash.

Scanadu Scout personalized medical devices (inspired by the Tricorder from Star Trek)

Posted by – January 14, 2014

Place the Yves Behar designed Scanadu Scout to the forehead, it measures, analyses, and tracks your vitals, they are trying to get FDA approved.

Garmin Vivofit wearable fitness band, Garmin Forerunner 10 running watch, Garmin Tactix high-sensitivity GPS navigator Watch

Posted by – January 13, 2014

Garmin shows some of their latest wearable GPS watches, fitness band, 1080p action camera and their latest car navigation solutions and more.

Mark Allyn shows Intel-powered LED Light Art

Posted by – January 13, 2014

He was on the stage at the Intel keynote. You can see see more of what he has done on his website: http://www.allyn.com

Wyplay open source Set-top-box software provider

Posted by – January 13, 2014

Wyplay powers open, modular, and innovative Home Media software solutions for leading pay TV Operators (IPTV, Cable, Satellite, Terrestrial) around the world. The technology developed at Wyplay enables TV operators to easily select, configure, and deploy solutions from the richest list of pre-configured functionality in the market (Zapper, Recorder, Media center, home connectivity, Social TV, HTML5, Android, OTT platform, multi-screen, multi-room…). Specialties include Middleware Provider for Operators and Broadcasters, DVB (Satellite, Cable, Terrestrial), OTT, Multi-Application Framework (HTML5, Android…), Advanced Media Player, Connected Home, CAS/Chipset/STB/Back-end Agnostic providing solutions for MIPS and ARM based platforms from ST ARM, Sigma Designs MIPS, Mstar MIPS and to Broadcom and other. Wyplay is a privately owned French company founded in 2006 by Jacques Bourgninaud.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 805, Adreno 420, HEVC 4K decode, 802.11ac, 4G LTE and more

Posted by – January 12, 2014

Qualcomm is showing off their newest latest S805 ARM processor with their newest Adreno 420 GPU. The performance is improved to Krait 450 quad-core CPU running at up to 2.5 GHz per core with a newer amazing memory bandwidth design of up to 25.6 GB/second for faster multimedia and web browsing performance. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 support up to 4K HEVC hardware decode, supporting that resolution on either a built-in monitor or as output.

Hank Exynos 5410 Octa Core Tablet

Posted by – January 12, 2014

Hank is showing their Samsung based solutions, including Exynos5410 Octa Core, Exynos4412 Quad-core and more. They sell 40-50K tablets per month. They also work on HDMI cables for installations requiring long high quality cables for commercial purpose.

Contact Hank (serious importers/distributors only please, tell them you watched the video):
Hank Electronics Co Ltd
Kevin Zhou, Regional Manager
Mobile: +86 18098975717
Phone: +86 75582537027
Skype: kevin.hank
kevin@hank-tech.com

http://www.hank-tech.com

Pipo shows 1920×1200 7″ with 3G, RK3188 Ultrastick, Intel Baytrail Windows 8 Tablet at CES 2014

Posted by – January 12, 2014

Pipo is showing their latest tablets at CES 2014, including now an Intel Baytrail Windows 8 tablet, 9.7″ Retina RK3188 with 3G Ultrastick, Full HD 1920×1200 7″ RK3188 with 3G built-in is finally ready. The trend Pipo is for more and more of the tablets to be with phone call functionality.

OLPC XO-2 7″ $149 and XO-10 10.1″ $199, bringing productive education to tablets

Posted by – January 11, 2014

The One Laptop Per Child shows their latest quad-core RK3188 Tablets, 7″ retailing for $149 and 10.1″ retailing for $199, those retail prices can subsidize the One Laptop Per Child foundation, bringing tablets and laptops to more children in the developing world as soon as possible. The XO Tablets ship with OLPC’s latest UI replacement for Android 4.4 kitkat. Parents can unlock that UI and use the tablets as Nexus-like unlocked tablets also. When are all the 1 Billion children in the world going to have full access to education using technology?

You can also watch Giulia D’Amico of OLPC talk to Engadget about the latest with OLPC here: http://www.engadget.com/2014/01/07/olpc-interview/

Holî LED Light controlled by Android/iOS

Posted by – January 11, 2014

Square shaped LED light that can be controlled by your smartphone or tablet over Bluetooth. A lot of static and dynamic colors can be programmed with the app, lights can be fixed or they can change, you can design your own lighting effect, picking the colors from the color palette or basing colors on your favorite pictures. If you synchronize the LED light with a slideshow, or for a party, it also can analyze music and pick colors based on the type, rythm etc of the music through their patented algorithm, the effects may be quite awesome in the room. It’s for sale now in Europe for 199€ and they are looking to sell this in the USA for $199.

Find out more at http://www.holimotion.com/