CES 2015 Idea Round-up

CES webA final few items of interest to close out CES:

Remix is the Android tablet that can replace your laptop (Mashable)

Hands On With Netronix 6.8″, 13.3″ E-ink Android eReaders (video) (Digital Reader)

Smart Baby Bottles, 3-D Food Printers and Other CES Oddities (Recode)

 

Besides all the new tech presented at CES, it is also a place for discussion and ideas and trendsetting. Here is a round-up of some of them:

On net neutrality, Internet providers are betrayed by one of their own (Ars Technica)

Troll fatigue: Earnest debate on patent abuse at CES  (Ars Technica)

One-on-one with FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez about the Internet of Things  (Ars Technica)

Toyota releases fuel cell patents for royalty-free use to all (Mashable)

 

And finally, a couple of overview article about the CES event itself:

CES is basically a Toy Fair for grown-ups. Is that a bad thing? (Mashable)

Gallery: The weird, wacky, and wonderful world of CES (Ars Technica)

CES is finally over. Here’s everything you missed (Gigaoam)

The selfie stick has taken over CES 2015 (Mashable)

At CES, everyone wants to be the Oculus killer (Gigaoam)

 

Daily Links: CES 2015 Day 3

CES webMore new shiny toys for day three:

The YotaPhone 2 is coming to a U.S. carrier, exec says (Android Central)

Hands On With the Hemingwrite (Digital Reader)

Cast-Fi is a speaker with a display and a port for Chromecast (Gigaom)

This Gadget Could One Day Charge Your Mobile Device from 15 Feet Away (Digital Reader)

 USB 3.1 and Type-C: The only stuff at CES that everyone is going to use (Ars Technica)

Hands-on with Intel’s new mini-desktops: Faster, smaller, more expandable (Ars Technica)

Your future kitchen knows when food is spoiling, tells you what to make for dinner (Mashable)

I tried to search for USB Type-C cables and was disappointed in the results, so I am not quite sure the future is actually here yet….

You can check out the official CES website here.

 

 

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: CES 2015 Daily Digest

CES webJust a few of the more interesting new shiny gadgets and stories  from CES 2015:

E-ink Demos a 13.3″ Second Screen E-ink Monitor at CES 2015 (video) (Digital Reader)

CES Snapshot: Garmin’s Fashionable Fitness Tracker (Recode)

Android TV arrives at CES, quietly kicks Google TV to the curb (Ars Technica)

Quick look at Alcatel’s new affordable Pixi 3 line of phones (Android Central)

CES 2015: This 4K TV is thinner than a smartphone (USAToday)

Scout 5000 Is a Cutting-Edge Wearable—for Your Dog (reviewed.com)

You can check out the official CES website here.