Though T-Mobile would get out of the 4G phone mad rush going on? Think again. Motorola and T-Mobile have teamed up at CES to announce the successor to their first Android phone together with the 4G Motorola Cliq 2. The original Cliq has been around since September 2009– and if we’ve seen anything over the last two days it’s how quick phones become old– so obviously it was bound for a major upgrade. Thankfully for those who loved the first Cliq’s full QWERTY keyboard and design, it’s still here with a new and improved 2011 spin. More >
Verizon users– AT&T’s 4G announcement get you down? Can’t wait any longer to find out about YOUR 4G phones, on the speedy Verizon 4G network (which offers incredible speeds of 5-12 Mbps! Like the speed of the internet in your house just everywhere!)? Don’t worry, Verizon’s got you covered, today announcing 4 new true 4G LTE phone. What you waiting for? Read on!
We told 4G phones would be huge here at CES 2011, and boy does that look to be true. Today at AT&T’s Developer Summit they announced their first “4G” phones (well explain why we put the “4G” here in a minute). The three phones are the Motorola Atrix 4G, Samsung Infuse 4G, and HTC Inspire 4G. All run Android. All have that “4G” speed. And all look to be absolutely amazing. Hit the break for all the info– and if you’re on AT&T, you’re gonna want to read on. More >
Happy belated New Years! After a crazy 2010 (particularly for gadgets– see iPad, Kinect and EVO if you want some proof!) 2011 is finally here. Along with the new year comes the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which showcases a lot of the new tech we’ll see this year.
So what can we expect? A whole lot of tablets and phones to start, including a ton of 4G phones (as we’re already starting to see BEFORE the show even officially kicks off) and we’re sure some other awesome stuff as well such as new PCs, and hopefully some TVs that finally ditch the 3D glasses.
So stay tuned– CES kicks off tomorrow, January 6th (officially tonight with the big Microsoft keynote at around 9:30 PM EST) and runs through the 9th. And while we unfortunately couldn’t make it down to Vegas this year in person, we’ll be following from afar and making sure to keep you updated with all the awesome things you’re going to want and need to know.
(Oh, and for all those wondering about Apple– like pretty much every year Apple won’t be at CES, but don’t worry, word is that they got an announcement of their own planned for later this month/early next month with rumors strongly pointing to an iPad 2 with cameras for video chat and a Verizon iPhone…).
Yes, 2011 is shaping up to be an awesome year in tech, and we can’t wait.