Ah, the Consumer Electronics Show: the annual international destination for the most forward-looking technology each year, matched with a frenetic navel-gazing from industry insiders that pales only to the self-aggrandizing swagger of the tech world’s brand behemoths, and big promises from baby hardware start-ups hoping to make it big on a non-working plastic prototype and […]Read More 73 cool new consumer technology innovations from CES 2015
Per my latest post on Google Almanac: Google Glass Makes You a Celebrity (In the Right Settings), check this out… I have at least 10 more of these pics, including more with multiple folks in the shot! I’m thinking about starting AreYouTakingAPictureOfMe.Tumblr.com Also: this…Read More People manning booths at CES more interested in my Google Glass than selling me their stuff
If my Grandpa was still alive he would be turning 100 this year. A common saying when I would go visit my grandparents and show off a toy — particularly anything that plugged in or took a battery was, “What will they think of next?” And if my Speak & Spell and light up shoes […]Read More CES: What will they think of next?
As Google buys Nest today, it increases the pressure for consumers to decide what type of operating system they want their home to run. And what types of off-the-shelf and add-on devices they should buy. Is your connected home a Mac or a PC? Apple or Android? The internet of things works best when the […]Read More Is your automated home a Mac or a PC?
Innovega’s Optik system received lots of recent trade press for their special contact lenses that will read the light from projectors fitted to glasses. They were one of my first stops at the CES show this year. According to Innovega: The key feature of the iOptik display is the enhancement of the wearer’s vision by […]Read More CES: Hands on with iOptik, the smart contact lenses