(Source: Crave Asia via iLounge). Wireless audio peripherals being showcased at CES 2013 can be conveniently attached to the back of an iPhone with the help of a special case. If you're always losing your Bluetooth headphones or speakers, FeltAudio's products could be for you. The FeltAudio Pulse is a tiny Bluetooth speaker that can be clipped on to a shirt pocket or belt, while the Rewind is a pair of in-ear headphones with a retractable cable. The Pulse speaker works quite simply. You pair it with your handset and clip it on to some part of your clothing. When you're not using the speaker (or if you want the speaker playing back audio while attached to your phone), you can clip it to special Felt cases -- these are lined on the insides with actual felt -- which will be available for the iPhone 5 as well as iPad. The company is working on versions for iPad Mini and new iPod Touch.
Power efficiency like that wasn't supposed to happen until the upcoming fourth-generation "Haswell" processor based on symmetry series clear case for apple iphone xs max - gradient energy a new micro-architecture, To put that into perspective, mainstream Intel mobile chips in the past were typically rated at a toasty 35 watts, That kind of Intel chip was only suitable for thick-and-heavy laptops, And it's critical for Intel to move to more battery-friendly designs fast, ARM chip rivals like Nvidia, Qualcomm, and Apple are making their inherently power-frugal chips increasingly fast, as demonstrated by Nvidia when it announced the quad-core Tegra 4 on Sunday..
To attack the ARM camp, Intel has a pincher strategy. As it makes Core series chips more efficient, it will make its Atom chip -- targeted at tablet and smartphones -- more powerful. Intel's Bay Trail Atom chip wil have twice the performance of the current Atom chip and sport four cores and a new graphics chip, Intel's Mike Bell said today. Chip giant demonstrates at CES that it is fighting back with a vengeance at ARM chip companies that want to keep it out of the small device market. LAS VEGAS--Feeling the heat from tablet and smartphone rivals, Intel demonstrated today at CES today that it is more concerned about low power than high performance.
McAdam, who made the remarks at the 2013 Citi Global Internet, Media & Communications Conference that's also taking place in Las Vegas, stated that Verizon's base of LTE devices grew from 16 percent to 23 percent in the fourth quarter and that 85 percent of devices sold in the quarter were smartphones, The executive also touted the success of "Share Everything" plans, saying that new-to-Verizon subscribers were influenced by the company's comprehensive voice, text, and data-sharing options, The CEO did reveal, however, that Superstorm Sandy took a super-sized financial hit on Verizon in the fourth symmetry series clear case for apple iphone xs max - gradient energy quarter, The storm had a $1 billion negative impact on the company, he said..
During the discussion, McAdam also spent some time teasing his CES keynote talk, which will take place tomorrow. McAdam's address will be centered around the dramatic changes to Verizon's network over the past two years. "The message that I'm bringing tomorrow is: all the things that you can do today with the network."Attendees can expect to hear more about a new brand campaign called "Powerful Answers" designed to showcase the strength of Verizon's network. McAdam also promised keynote appearances from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Ford Research and Innovation CTO Paul Mascarenas, who will discuss Verizon's role in building "the car of the future."CNET will be live-blogging McAdam's keynote. Tune in January 8 at 4:15 p.m. Pacific for our complete coverage.
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