CES 2012

Is 2013 the year of the smart appliance? LG thinks so, and is bringing them to CES

Is 2013 the year of the smart appliance? LG thinks so, and is bringing them to CES

Jerry Hildenbrand 20

LG is a big ass company. Like Samsung, another Korean electronics giant, they make a little of everything -- if you plug it in, chances are LG makes several different models of it. Of course they make appliances, and their new breed of "smart appliances" look to be pretty damn cool if you're an Android fan. Get your fridge, or oven, or dryer (you get the picture) installed and turned on...

Watch the Intel keynote from CES, featuring the first Atom-powered Android devices

Watch the Intel keynote from CES, featuring the first Atom-powered Android devices

Phil Nickinson 3

Ask us what we thought the most important story out of CES was for 2012, and we'll likely tell you it's Intel's entrance into the Android ecosystem -- and its partenership with Motorola for devices coming later this year.  Hopefully you caught our liveblog from Intel CEO Paul Otellini's keynote address -- including a surprise appearance from will.i.am, who talked Ultrabooks. And now you...

Huawei MediaPad to ship with Ice Cream Sandwich, and introduces a new MediaPad Color series

Huawei MediaPad to ship with Ice Cream Sandwich, and introduces a new MediaPad Color series

Jerry Hildenbrand 2

Huawei has announced that their 7-inch MediaPad will be one of the first Android tablets to ship with Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed, and the availability of the new MediaPad Color series in shadow black, classic brown, and passion pink.  The 7-inch MediaPad was the first tablet to ship with Honeycomb 3.2, so Huawei is no stranger to getting things updated in a timely fashion.  Both...

Intel and Motorola enter into 'multi-year agreement', Intel-powered Moto devices coming in 2012

Intel and Motorola enter into 'multi-year agreement', Intel-powered Moto devices coming in 2012

Alex Dobie 10

We're live at Intel's CES keynote, where Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha has just announced that Moto's entered into a "multi-year agreement" with Intel to bring x86-powered mobile devices to market. Jha adds that Motorola will have devices in carrier validation this summer, with product launches shortly thereafter. That, of course, means we can expect more Intel-powered Motorola/...