1. Samsung NX300 Mirrorless Camera
Samsung’s new mirrorless camera flagship is the NX 300, bringing novel features such as Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to shoot 3D with a special lens.
Here’s our review: http://on.mash.to/UPbg0W
2. iPhone 5S to Be Available in Multiple Colors and Sizes
Rumors are flying about the next iPhone 5S, which might come in a rainbow of colors, multiple screen sizes including a larger screen, and maybe even have a faster processor.
Read about it: http://on.mash.to/UPbvJg
Graphic courtesy of Apple
3. World’s First Eye-Tracking PC Accessory to Launch in 2013
Tobii is set to bring eye-tracking tech to consumers in 2013 with a peripheral that works with any Windows 8 PC.
Here’s the story: http://on.mash.to/UPbHZ7
Image courtesy of Tobii
4. Gorilla Glass 3
The next generation of Gorilla Glass, that tough stuff that adorns the screens of millions of smartphones the world over, will debut at CES 2013 — and Gorilla Glass 3 will be even more durable, according to Corning.
Here’s what we know so far: http://on.mash.to/UPbSnh
Image courtesy of Corning
5. Wakawaka Solar Charger
Place this smartphone-sized charger in the sun for a day, and it will be able to fully charge your smartphone or tablet and give you eight hours of reading light, too.
See why this is so groundbreaking here: http://on.mash.to/UPc0mB
Images courtesy of WakaWaka
7. Bluetooth Sticker Ensures You’ll Never Lose Your Keys Again
Stick one of these tiny Bluetooth-enabled discs directly onto an object, and then track it through an app that turns your smartphone into a radar screen.
Find more here: http://on.mash.to/UPcnxo
Image courtesy of Mashable’s Andrea Smith
8. Apple May Already Be Testing the New iPhone and iOS 7
10. World’s Thinnest 5-inch Smartphone
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There’s something here for everyone this week, including those who are absent-minded and always losing their keys, outdoorsy types who still want to use their smartphones, and LEGO fans with a flying jones. We even found a smartphone that’s so thin it would have to run around in the shower just to get wet.