CES is done and over, and while Android announcements were a little sparse this particular year, we didn't come away empty-handed. Sony unveiled its new flagship phones, NVIDIA dropped a bomb on everyone with Shield, and Huawei even made it to the front pages with its massive 6.1" phablet. Who do you think ended up rising above the noise, though? What Android product are you going to be watching most closely now that it's official? Who ran away with the show?
For this week's roundup, I'm going to try to keep the amount of stories manageable, and in the interest of that goal, I suggest you hit up this link if you want the full scope of our CES 2013 coverage.
- Closing out CES: The best, the worst, the weird - my thoughts and observations after this year's show.
- Hands-on with the Archos Gamepad and TV Connect.
- Jeremiah's thoughts on NVIDIA's Project Shield, and here's our hands-on with it.
- Sony unveiled some phones and we touched them.
- Archos announced some tablets.
- Redbox Instant: SOON.
- The YotaPhone is a phone with two screens, and I played with it. Come on, you know you want to click.
- Ron doesn't like the I'm Watch Color.
- Hey look, an oven that runs Android. No, really.
- The Huawei Ascend Mate: it's huuuuuuuuge.
- More Snapdragon processors (surprise: they're faster!)
- Acer announced its $100 tablet that doesn't actually cost $100.
- Tegra 4 is official, officially faster than Tegra 3.
- Verizon's 4G will officially swallow its 3G footprint whole by the end of 2013.
- Thinking about buying a phone on T-Mobile that isn't a Nexus 4? Don't - LTE phones are coming.
- Dish has outbid Sprint in an attempt to buy out Clearwire.
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