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Google Honeycomb Video Suggests a Tablet-Only, Redesigned Android OS

With all the talk of Android tablets running the as-of-yet unreleased Honeycomb OS at CES, we figured some details would leak out during the week. A video from the androiddevelopers YouTube account, though, is giving us a much deeper look into Google's new tablet OS. Yes, Honeycomb will be built "Entirely for Tablet," according to the video, and looks radically different from the Froyo or Eclair...

Barnes & Noble's Colorful NOOK Kids App Comes to iPad

Already available on Barnes & Noble's NOOKcolor e-reader, the 'NOOK Kids' app is now available on the iPad. According to TUAW, the app features hundreds of colorful, interactive books, which it will read aloud to your kids, and also easily syncs with your NOOKcolor device. The free app, which also works on the iPhone, comes with two initial downloads -- Richard Scarry's 'Colors,' and Rudyard...

Get OnStar in Any Car With Retail Rearview Mirror

After almost 15 years of keeping OnStar exclusive to its own vehicles, GM is finally making the service available as an after-market add-on for other cars. The OnStar mirror should be compatible with most cars on the market when it comes out this spring for $299. On top of the retail price, you'll also have to cough up for an OnStar subscription ($18.95 per month or $199 for the year), and pay...

AT&T Debuts Android Phones Atrix, Inspire, Infuse at CES

AT&T kicked off its CES announcements today with a bevy of Android devices and a promise of 20 new 4G phones for 2011. The three lead phones -- the Atrix, Inspire and Infuse -- are all HSPA+ devices, so you'll have to wait until the second half of the year to get the faster, next-generation LTE phones. There's no Gingerbread or stock Android in sight; every new Android device on AT&T will...

CES Unveiled: Parrot and iHome Score, the Rest is a Snore

Every January, the world pauses and becomes tech-centric. CES is the home of 3-D TVs, all-encompassing tablets, gadgets and gizmos that make our life easier and more modern! But, in reality, it's the same people shilling the same thing, every year. Oh, LaCie is still excited about its Rugged hard drive that debuted in 2006? USB 2.0 -- you don't say! And of course, the industry's brief...

Oregon Scientific Lets You Build Your Own Weather Lab

Every year at CES, we look forward to the strange offerings from Oregon Scientific, which always debuts some new, geeky gadget of questionable usefulness. This year, the thing that has us scratching our heads, and simultaneously reaching for our wallets, is the Build-Your-Own Weather Station Lab. There are two standard configurations: the basic package (aimed at gardeners and the mildly...

OnLive Streaming Gaming Coming to Vizio TVs, Phones and Tablets

A new partnership with OnLive will bring streaming games to Vizio's recently announced lineup of tablets, phones, TVs and Blu-ray players. Engadget writes that, even though it runs as an app, Vizio's OnLive gaming experience will "support full 1080p resolution, stereoscopic 3-D images, and OnLive's wireless gamepads." OnLive CEO Steve Perlman has also asserted that the gaming service is being...

Eye-Fi Direct Mode Lets You Send Photos Directly to Your Phone or Tablet

The point-and-shoot camera has struggled in recent years as cell phone cameras have become increasingly powerful and mobile, but Eye-Fi still has faith in the dedicated camera. Known for its Wi-Fi-enabled memory cards, Eye-Fi is introducing a new Direct Mode for its line of X2 cards that lets you grab photos and video from your camera to transfer to your tablet or phone without any wires or...

CES 2011: Tablets, More Tablets, and What Else to Expect

The Switched team braved security lines, crowded airports and screaming children in the annual trek to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Otherwise known as CES, it's the world's biggest gathering of gadget makers (sans Apple), tech journalists and general electronics enthusiasts, and it's one of the best places to see firsthand what's in store for consumer tech in 2011. Attendance should...