LG used CES 2014 as another showcase for a new wearable computing device that can connect to Android or iOS and provide health tracking information similar to Fitbit. I say another because the company showed a similar device last year, but the device has been retooled and unveiled as the Life Band Touch.
Samsung apparently couldn't wait until CES next week to let the world know about the follow-up to its Galaxy Camera, the aptly named Galaxy Camera 2 that loads Android 4.3 Jelly Bean onto a point-and-shoot digital camera.
Lenovo has announced a new high-powered smartphone set to be released this year, and the Vibe Z is the first phone from the company that is capable of using 4G LTE networks.
The latest smartphone from Blu, the Miami-based manufacturer focused on low-cost devices with higher level specs, is one that delivers the best screen that the company has created to date. The Blu Life Pure also has a sub-Nexus 5 price tag to go along with that 1080p HD display, and a few other features.
Samsung and HTC were the first companies to release versions of their popular smartphones running plain versions of Android through the Google Play Edition program. That has extended today with the announcement of the first GPE tablet, the LG G Pad 8.3.
The Nokia Lumia 521 is the best-selling Windows Phone device thanks to its low price. Nokia has decided to once again target the low-end market with the release of the Lumia 525, a slightly more powerful version of its most popular phone.
Blu, the Miami-based upstart that first appeared on our radar with the surpassingly useable midrange Blu Life Play, has announced a new smartphone that tries to provide quality specs for a very low price - the Blu Life Pro.
Qualcomm, best known for supplying the chipsets that appear in most smartphones and tablets in recent years, has announced that it will become a direct player in the consumer market with the release of a smart watch set to go on sale on Cyber Monday.
The Moto X might not be the most powerful device on the market, but it is still a good phone because of its features. Motorola hopes people will feel the same way about the Moto G, a similar device with even weaker specs and a much lower price tag.
The Google Nexus 5 has been officially announced, putting an end to a long line of rumors and leaks that revealed almost everything there was to know about the fifth-generation Android smartphone sold by Google. Now we can add the details that take the "almost" out of the equation.