Although the Consumer Electronics Show is not solely a "wireless" expo, there a whole lot of wireless news going on that is "Too Short to Report". Here's the latest review news from day one from WiMo News:
Retail Distributor Fired-up for Kindle Products - New Age Electronics has been authorized to distribute Kindle products and accessories, including Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HD 8.9”, to retailers. This means it will be easier to buy Kindle products while seeing them. The pricing most likely be the same as other retailers which is exactly the same as Amazon.com.
Waterproof iPhone 5 Case - Incipio gave a case for its ATLAS case that is waterproof, dustproof, drop and shockproof, and includes a simple to use App and water damage warranty. It will be sold at AT&T stores nationwide.
Sprint FM Radio - Sprint will offer the ability to access local FM radio on a broad array of its devices.
Power to the Pockets - Innergie announced the PocketCell Duo ($99.99) for use with iPads, iPhones, iPods, Android tablets and smartphones that offers 6,800 mAh battery capacity to add power on the go.
Nano SIM for True Travelers - Truphone announced the availability of its Tru SIM in the nano SIM format, enabling millions of iPhone 5 and iPad mini users to connect and communicate in and between more than 200 countries - without the pain of paying extraordinary high roaming fees while traveling abroad. Unlike traditional mobile operators, the company’s SIM has multiple subscriber identities, giving customers the ability to have multiple international phone numbers on a single device.
I Want My MyDTV - The Mobile500 Alliance is showing its live television for iPads and iPhones using its MyDTV application at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
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