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: Google Play Sends Refund Emails

googleGoogle starts sending refund emails for unauthorized app purchases (Android Central)

When great ideas arrive before their time, (Digital Reader)

Kindle Android app 4.8 adds new features (Ebook Reader)

Brasil and Asia are key emerging books rights territories (Publishing Perspectives)

Ebooks can tell which novels you didn’t finish (The Guardian)

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