Razer's CES prototypes stolen, Nokia returns with Android phoneIn today's tech news, Razer CEO tells of theft from the company's booth at the Las Vegas show, Nokia plans to launch an Android phone in China and we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Apple iPhone.
This is CNet and here are the stories that matter right now. Two prototypes from Razer's CES booth in Las Vegas have been stolen, CEO Min-Liang Tan has announced on Facebook. The triple screened The concept gaining laptop duped project vallery was one of the stand out products in this year show but [UNKNOWN] did not specify which devices are missing. The Nokia brand has returned with a new android phone the Nokia 62 released earlier this year in China. The 5.5 inch phone is priced at the lower end of the market despite its metal design, but will face stiff competition from popular local brands like Oppo, [UNKNOWN]. And finally, we say happy birthday to the iPhone, which was revealed 10 years ago today Why Steve Jobs, we're yet to see how Apple plans to mark this anniversary but fans are hoping to see something special. Meanwhile check out our extensive coverage as seen at celebrate a device that ushered in the most Mobile era and changed the world. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app from the Apple App Store.