Today Samsung held their annual CES press event and the company went over a few things related to Samsung Gear VR and other Android related goodies. One of the items touched on in regards to the Gear VR was the recently released Milk VR video service which brings 360 degree videos to the Gear VR. The didn't go too deep into it since it is already available, but did announce that 30 titles are already available for Milk VR.
One press event people enjoy watching a lot is the Samsung CES ones and this year is no exception we are guessing. It should be interesting to see what Samsung announces because word on the street is that we won't be seeing a Samsung Galaxy 6 announcement or anything like that.
Qualcomm went into detail regarding their newly announced Snapdragon 810 chip which comes paired with the Adreno 430 GPU during their press event today at CES 2015. The company was quick to throw a demo out there showing Unreal Engine 4 running on the Snapdragon 810 chip and how nice it looked.
Qualcomm's CES 2015 Press Event is now live and if you're looking for a place to watch it, you can check out the live stream we have embedded here while we sit down and watch it live. Leave your thoughts and comments on everything below about their announcements which will surely have to do with the Snapdragon 810 chip, the Adreno 430 and more.
Snail Games isn't just showing off two new Android phones at this year's CES but they are also showing off their Android-based game console called the OBox. However this isn't your typical small package Android console at all and, in fact, it is designed as a full-sized console which bares no resemblance to an Xbox at all... okay maybe a little bit.
LG held their morning CES 2015 press conference and admits plenty of TV and monitor announcements and home appliances, the company waited till the very end to announce what everyone pretty much knew was already coming - the LG G Flex 2. The announcement came in the style of the company wanting you to make love with the device with your face, or at least that is how it sounded during the announcement.
CES 2015 Press Day is under way and LG's press conference, which is always early in the morning, has begun. LG is expected to announce plenty of new TVs and monitors, which is pretty standard for their press events, but are also supposed to announce a couple of new Android phones/tablets including the LG Flex 2.
CES 2015 begins this week and as most of you know, yesterday and today happens to be press conference day, where all the major companies out there hold press conferences to announce their newest gadgets, phones, tablets, wearables, and so on. So far there have been a few events already and one of those was Nvidia's Press Conference where the company announced their newest superchip for mobile devices called the Tegra X1.
During our announcement the other day about our upcoming Charity stream we also mentioned that we have a couple of Nvidia Shield Tablet packages to giveaway. One of these will be given away during our Charity live stream on TwitchTV which will be happening in the next few days. The other one we are giving away right here on the site and here is how you can enter in order to have a chance to win this package.
So today is the day after Christmas, or in Canada it is also known as Boxing Day where everyone loses their minds trying to score the best deals in stores. In other words it is Canada's version of Black Friday. While this is going on, and we hope our Canadian readers are safe but securing themselves some killer deals, we want to know what everyone got for Christmas this year.
If you hear the term wearable technology, your first thoughts are likely to revolve around the highly publicised Google Glass project. After launching to a mixed reception last year the technology giant are set to release an upgraded version this summer, which includes a slimmer design, a wider selection of frames and an Intel processor. Despite the prominence of this project and its status as the trail-blazer for wearable technology, however, it represents the tip of the iceberg and arguably disguises the true nature of the market.