Digital Trends, Andrew Couts, Jan. 11, 2014
All in all, CES 2014 was a massive success – the year that the tech world’s biggest trade show shed its dead weight and started to look lively again – which answers one of our big questions about the show. Just as we expected, this year’s CES offered a healthy dose of innovation and straight-up awesomeness. And the whole team here at Digital Trends is more pumped than we’ve been in a long time about the year in tech to come.
But there’s some business to attend to before we get ahead of ourselves: Prior to CES 2014, Iidentified five questions about the future of tech that I hoped the show would answer. With the image of Las Vegas literally fading out of view beneath my flight out of this sordid town, here’s a rundown of what I found.
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Hour 1: Rick Broida, The Gadget Guy, Presents:
Best of CES:
- DVR’s for Over-the-air TV: Tablo has started to take preorders for its DVR, which promises to record up to four shows of free over-the-air broadcast TV at the same time.
- 3D Printers like 3 Doodler
- Nanoport: When two devices with Nanoport connectors built into them link, they can transfer information, charge each other or even share their screens.
Worst of CES: Ideas we hope they don’t pursue!
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