Lenovo Link is a USB flash drive that your phone can also connect to and mirror content


Prior to cloud storage, flash drives were a very popular tool to store files of all types. Lenovo wants to bring back the simplicity of flash drives while adding in extra capabilities. The company’s new Link is a USB flash drive (with 32GB of storage) that has its own USB 3.0 port opposite of the connector. It’s there so that you can connect a phone to a computer and mirror on-screen content to the bigger display. From there, you can fully control the phone from the computer. And virtually no features are left behind.

TYLT unveils a variety of batteries and charging products at CES 2016


TYLT, a manufacturer focusing on wireless charging and portable power solutions, unveiled several new products at CES 2016. Among the devices showcased is the ENERGI Desktop Charging Station that was recognized as a CES Innovation Awards Honoree. TYLT notes this is the fifth consecutive year the company has received that award for one of their products. TYLT’s Vice President of Product Management & Marketing, Kannyn MacRae, notes that TYLT’s new product line-up, “provide added convenience and power to our users…with wireless charging that’s 3X faster than before, more powerful portable batteries, and the adoption of industry-leading technologies like Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 and USB-C.”

Giveaway: Win a TYLT prize pack from Talk Android! [Update: Winner picked]


Battery life is still not at a point where you can comfortably get more than a single day out of your phone or tablet. Despite the technology advancing greatly in recent years, we’re forced to charge daily. And sometimes it’s really necessary to keep your phone by your side wherever you are.

We’ve partnered with TYLT to host a giveaway that includes three power-related products. All of us can agree that you should be able to easily charger at home, in the car, or while on-the-go.

Let’s have a look at what’s included in this prize pack valued at over $130.

Qualcomm Snapdragon Flight hopes to create buzz at CES 2016


Earlier this year Qualcomm announced they were planning to get into the development of drone technology, including drone-specific processors, in order to gain a solid foothold in the market and to move it ahead. That seems like a smart move given the growth the market for drones is experiencing. The company plans to show off their new Snapdragon Flight reference design at CES 2016 and has released a teaser video for some of the technologies they are working on.

LG adds hub device to SmartThinQ line of IoT devices for homes


LG announced that they will be showing their newest device in their SmartThinQ line of Internet of Things ecosystem at CES 2016. The new LG SmartThinQ Hub will serve as a “gateway to smart sensors and connected appliances in the home” with some extras thrown in to help entice consumers to invest in LG’s vision of the connected home.