Remember the photos we posted last month of another Motorola Android phone coming to AT&T? Well, it has been announced officially at the CES 2010 yesterday!
Motorola CEO, Sanjay Jha, officially unveiled Motorola’s latest Android handset, the Motorola Backflip. It features a distinctive backward-facing QWERTY keyboard and will be released to AT&T exclusively.
Yesterday, over at the CES 2010, Lenovo announced their very own Android phone in their presentation – LePhone. Yup, the name does sound odd!
LePhone is powered with the Android 1.6 and features their own custom user interface on the LePhone (or should we say Le Phone).
Sony Ericsson has still not confirmed the availability of its XPERIA X10 except the official announcement and the leaked images of it’s next Android phone (codenamed Robyn) are already floating around on the web.
Sony Ericsson Robyn looks like a younger brother (smaller version) the XPERIA X10 and it runs on the same custom UI developed by SE which powers the XPERIA X10.
CES 2010 is just round the corner where we are expecting Microsoft to announce the the release date of Microsoft Office 2010, but it looks like the official price list and the editions in which Office 2010 will be available is already out.
Microsoft Office 2010 Beta was released a couple of months ago which was downloaded over 2 million times in just seven weeks of its release.
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2010 is going to kick-off in Las Vegas, which is in less than 24 hours. This time again Microsoft will be offering live video streaming and live keynote coverage.
Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer of Microsoft, and Robbie Bach, president of the Entertainment & Devices Division, will deliver the pre-show keynote address and take over the stage as the first day of CES 2010 begins on Jan. 6, 2010, at approximately 6:30 p.m. PST.