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Best home audio products

We've selected five standout products that represent some of the best values in the home audio arena

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Sonostar Smartwatch

Sonostar shows off a sleek new smartwatch, or at least a prototype of one, at CTIA 2013. To be sold for $179, the gadget connects to Android smartphones to display alerts on its curved e-ink screen.

By May. 21, 2013

MSRP: $199.00


Intel's biggest issue in the mobile arena: 'Lack of LTE'

That's the word from the company's executive vice president of sales, who promised LTE radios in his company's devices later this year.

By Jun. 4, 2013


Water-resistant G-Go plunges into Bluetooth speaker arena

The ruggedized G-Go is now available at Target stores for $69 in three color choices.

By Mar. 22, 2012


LG Arena

At GSMA 2009, Bonnie Cha takes a First Look at the LG Arena, a smartphone that uses a customizable 3D interface.

Feb. 20, 2009


LG Arena (AT&T)

Nearly a year after its debut in Barcelona, Spain, LG has finally brought the LG Arena to the United States. If you want AT&T Mobile TV in an attractive package, this could be the handset for you.

By Mar. 26, 2010


LG Arena (photos)

The LG Arena is a touch-screen phone with a 3D user interface, and it has features such as AT&T Mobile TV, 3G, stereo Bluetooth, and more.

9 Images By Mar. 24, 2010


LG Arena comes to AT&T

AT&T will offer the LG Arena, which features a 5-megapixel camera, a 3D user interface, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3G, and AT&T Mobile TV.

By Feb. 19, 2010


Hands-on the AT&T version of the LG Arena

CNET takes a closer look at the AT&T iteration of the LG Arena.

By Mar. 24, 2010


Photos: LG Arena KM900 hands-on

The Arena KM900 is LG's brand-new flagship 5-megapixel handset for 2009, undressed this week here at the Mobile World Congress. We've had chance to take it for a spin

14 Images By Feb. 18, 2009


App store coming to Sony Ericsson's PlayNow arena

Sony Ericsson announced that it will include applications to its suite of PlayNow arena services, following the likes of Apple, Research In Motion, Nokia, Samsung and Palm.

By Jun. 4, 2009