Daily Links: CES 2015 Daily Digest – Day 2

CES webSome of today’s interesting shiny gadgets:

Clear out an HDMI port for Intel’s $149 Compute Stick (Gigaom)

Lenovo, Toshiba field handwriting input solutions (Teleread)

Hands On With The Boogie Board Play & Trace at CES 2015 (video) (Digital Reader)

Hands on: Dell XPS 13 packs a 13-inch screen into an 11-inch laptop (Ars Technica)

CES Snapshot: Panasonic’s “Smart” Mirror (Recode)

The very weirdest things you’ll see at CES 2015 (Mashable)

And from reading all this coverage, I guess that selfie sticks are all the rage at CES 2015. Who knew? 🙂

You can check out the official CES website here.

Daily Links: Zuckerberg Launches Book Club

naimDigital Life:

Zuckerberg Launches Book Club (Publishers Weekly)

VPN Services consider leaving Canada to protect customer privacy (Torrent Freak)

Netflix, VPN Users and the Real Question for Content Providers (Teleread)

Apple to make price adjustments in the App Store due to VAT and exchange rates (Talking New Media)

Angie’s List launches a new digital-only weekly magazine into the Apple Newsstand (Talking New Media)

Gaming and streaming news:

PS Now subscriptions to offer all-you-can-play access starting at $15/month (Ars Technica)

You Can Finally Get ESPN on the Web, for $20 a Month (Recode)

Google announces “Cast” line of home audio products (Ars Technica)

Broadband and telephone news:

Only 25Mbps and up will qualify as broadband under new FCC definition (Ars Technica)

AT&T offers data rollover, but with much stricter limits than T-Mobile (Gigaom)

Deals and Finds:

The first book in Zuckerberg’s book club is The End of Power by Moises Naim.

The Amazon Fire Phone is now priced at $189.

There are over 30 mysteries and thrillers priced at $1.99 or less in today’s  Kindle Daily Deals.  Features book include Max Alan Collins’ Nathan Heller Novels.

Barnes and Nobles Daily Find is featuring 18 thrillers and mysteries for just 99 cents . They are also offering Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger games for $1.99.


Daily Links are interesting links I discover as I go about my online day. The frequency and number of links posted depend upon the daily news. I also post other links of interest on the Google Plus eBook Evangelist Page.