T-Mobile CEO John Legere has made a lot of noise since he launched his company on an 'Un-carrier' path. Now, the carrier has unveiled a new deal, offering to pay the early-termination fees of such customers who decide to switch to T-Mobile.
Every year many companies unveil their cutting-edge products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The CES 2014 is no different. This year at CES, wireless power firm WiTricity unveiled a new wireless power system that can recharge your iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S without contacting with the phone.
Online game streaming services have turned from once being whimsical ventures to stable, profit-making hits in the last few years. Sony is about to join the rush, annnouncing that its game-streaming 'PlayStation Now' is coming in summer this year.
Sony and Microsoft were both fairly eager to share their console sales figures with the public at CES 2014. Sony announced that it had sold 4.2 million PlayStation 4 units before 2013 concluded.
With the explosive growth of mobile devices, it is only understandable that every vendor wants smaller and faster machines. Addressing the demand, Intel has now unveiled a 22nm dual-core PC that comes in the size of an SD card.
Are you sure enough that whenever you brush your teeth, you brush it thoroughly? There's a smart toothbrush named Kolibree that tells you "whether you brushed long enough and reached the hard-to-reach but important parts of your teeth and gums."
With the incessantly explosive growth of mobile devices, vendors are ever in need for more computing prowess in increasingly smaller chips. Addressing the demand, Nvidia has now unveiled Tegra K1 mobile processor which, it claims, will put mobile computing at par with desktops.
4K video streaming has already entered the commercial arena and it is no wonder that YouTube is about to hit the bandwagon. The service will show off 4K video at CES this year, using the Google-owned VP9 codec.
At CES 2013, Samsung unveiled world's largest 110-inch Ultra HDTV, but didn't start selling throughout the year. Now, Samsung has announced that it'll start selling the 110-inch Ultra HDTV from the very first day of the CES 2014 show, meaning from Jan 7 (Monday).
Every year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), companies unveil their cutting-edge products. Samsung has hinted that it plans to show off new Smart TVs with advanced finger gesture controls at CES 2014.