The Incisor.TV team has been travelling the floors of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. This is the second of three daily web TV shows that bring you the latest developments in the Bluetooth and short-range wireless sector. Interviews include: – Henri Seydoux, CEO, Parrot — introducing Android to car infotainment systems – Bluetooth in medical and fitness applications: – Jason Goldberg, Ideal Health – Paul Russell, TRaC – George Brooks, Lynux Works – Casio introduces Bluetooth low energy-based watch platform – David Yaish, Wisair, talks Wireless USB
Jieren WU, engineer at SFEIR, introducing Android at EFREI in Paris. Conference organized in 2008 by GET, a french student group about Google technologies
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In this story of the day, I discuss Google’s new baby: The Nexus One. This new phone touts a 3.7″ OLED screen, 1Ghz Snapdragon Processor, Android 2.1 and is available via T-Mobile for 9. You can also get this phone without a contract right now for 9. The story is here: j.mp
Introducing a variety of Eee Pads to suit different needs. Presenting the ASUS Eee Pad series: Transformer, Slider, MeMO and Eee Slate EP121. Each model offers a different benefit to suit your daily needs, be it for use in the office or while on vacation. For every side of you, there is Eee. Stay tuned for more announcements, as ASUS unveils great pad ideas at CES 2011 for more consumer choices.
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www3.ipass.com Android is ready for the enterprise. It’s easy for employees and ready for IT to provision, manage and report on. Introducing our Android client.
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The Droid X is an Android-based smartphone by Motorola. It will be distributed by Verizon Wireless in the US. The brand name Droid is a trademark of Lucasfilm licensed to Verizon Wireless. Features of the phone include Wi-Fi capability, HDMI output, 8-megapixel camera with 720p video recording, 1.0 Ghz processor, and a 4.3″ FWVGA LCD display. 8 GB of flash memory is included onboard, with an additional 16GB on a MicroSD card (upgradeable to 32GB). Verizon’s advertising campaign began with a teaser spot on YouTube posted on June 21, 2010. Additionally, the official Verizon DROID series website, droiddoes.com, was updated that day with basic specifications of the handset. Many more features were explained at a press conference on June 23, 2010. The smartphone is due to be launched July 15, 2010. The technology blog Engadget has called the phone “one of the worst kept secrets in recent memory”. It was able to obtain an in depth preview of the phone before the intended launch date. On June 23, 2010, Verizon said that the phone will go on sale on July 15 for 9, after 0 rebate with a 2 year contract. Anybody with a contract ending in 2010 can upgrade.
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