Photo: These are speakers. And they rock. They turn any solid surface into a speaker... table-top, counter, shelf, you name it. These are the 5 Watt Mighty Dwarf speakers. They work by using vibration resonance instead of the typical speaker membrane, to turn any solid surface it’s placed on, into a full spectrum, speaker. You can use with an iPod, cell phone, computer or basically any other electronic gadget that plays sound or music. Don’t expect it to sound like studio monitors, but they do make decent sound.
Photo: Lots of concept cars at CES. They emphasize alternative energy and the confluence of cars and emerging technology. They also all come equipped with gull-wing doors. It must be a prerequisite to be considered a "real" concept car. This one is cool. It is the Ford Evos Concept. They are pushing seamless connectivity between the vehicle and what they call the driver’s ‘personal cloud’. I don't know who came up with that line, but it is ripe for jokes.
Photo: CES should be renamed the iPhone cover show. There were literally tens-of-thousands of cases, most made in asia and some really cool. But it got tiresome after awhile.
Photo: A little bling for your phone. You plug this into your iPhone for a ruby encrusted 1980's feel when you are talking business. Which I was, to Erren Gottlieb, about our Techonomy documentary.
Photo: I am not a huge fan of 3D TV. I think it is lame. I think it is a desperate attempt by TV manufacturers to try and create a market where there is little-to-no demand. I think as long as you have to wear the stupid glasses people will hate it. And I think the LG TV is the coolest thing I have ever seen. It is incredibly thin and the experience of watching 3D on this is like nothing I have ever experienced... TV or theater. But I still hate wearing the glasses.
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Drew Keller
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CES should be renamed the iPhone cover show. There were literally tens-of-thousands of cases, most made in asia and some really cool. But it got tiresome after awhile.
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