CES 2014

Hisense H4 Series Roku TV eyes-on

Hisense H4 Series Roku TV eyes-on

The Roku TV announcement may have come a few days before CES, however the announced models were out sitting on the show floor. There will be a few manufactures producing a Roku TV, one of which is Hisense. Specifically, the Hisense H4 Series Roku TV that will include a 32, 39, 40, 48, 50 and 55-inch model.

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Qualcomm’s AllJoyn, our walkthrough in the home of your future

Qualcomm’s AllJoyn, our walkthrough in the home of your future

AT CES 2014, Qualcomm is showing off the benefits of AllJoyn, their open source, open platform connectivity software. Qualcomm notes AllJoyn is their idea of the “Internet of things, not the Internet of thing". They make a strong argument for AllJoyn, too. Rather than listen, we got to see it in action for ourselves.

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FLIR ONE iPhone 5/5S thermal camera case hands-on

FLIR ONE iPhone 5/5S thermal camera case hands-on

Seeing an overabundance of iPhone cases at CES comes with little in terms of surprise. But even with that being said, this year does have a few rather interesting models. We recently mentioned the stun gun case from Yellow Jacket and now we are taking a look at one with a thermal camera. The case is called the FLIR ONE.

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Yellow Jacket iPhone 5/5S stun gun case hands-on

Yellow Jacket iPhone 5/5S stun gun case hands-on

Yellow Jacket is here at CES 2014 showing their latest stun case for the iPhone 5/5S. Their previous iPhone case was for the 4. Specific iPhone models aside though, what we have here is a case with a built-in stun gun that is capable of delivering 18,000 volts. Naturally, this sort of device just had to be seen in person.

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Virtuix Omni eyes-on: Oculus Rift’s virtual best friend gets an upgrade

Virtuix Omni eyes-on: Oculus Rift’s virtual best friend gets an upgrade

When your Kickstarter takes more than seven times its goal amount, you know you've probably got a hit on your hands, but the team behind the Virtuix Omni hasn't rested on its laurels. Instead, the latest version of the Omni hardware - which allows you to physically run through a gaming environment in the comfort of your living room - has made its debut at CES this week, swapping the Kinect-based motion tracking of the original for a far more accurate capacitive sensor system.

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Project CARS gameplay hands-on: 4K surround with Origin and GTX Titan

Project CARS gameplay hands-on: 4K surround with Origin and GTX Titan

This week NVIDIA has a gigantic Origin Genesis gaming PC customized to high heaven, sitting out front of their booth at CES 2014 with Project CARS on three 4K displays. With three NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan graphics cards hooked up to a 4K surround system like we’ve got here, the highest-end abilities of the game Project CARS is made readily apparent. This combination allows Project CARS to reach its full potential, exactly the aim this team aims to present.

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Qualcomm talks Gimbal, partnership with Miami Dolphins

Qualcomm talks Gimbal, partnership with Miami Dolphins

Qualcomm’s Gimbal is a proximity awareness device that pushes pertinent information depending on your location. By locating your device, retailers and others can push timely information to you. We’ve imagined quite a few use-case scenarios for the proximity-based information service, and at CES, we caught up with Qualcomm to chat about Gimbal.

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Lenovo’s Miix 2 ‘multimode’ devices, hands-on at CES 2014

Lenovo’s Miix 2 ‘multimode’ devices, hands-on at CES 2014

Lenovo has come in hot and heavy this year at CES, with their over-the-top impressive 4K monitor and sublime windows tablets. Continuing their innovative approach to convertible devices, Lenovo has the Miix 2. A tablet, a laptop, and so much more. We were given the opportunity to check it out, and we must confess; we’re smitten.

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Project CARS ready for Steam OS, headliner for cross-platform 4K performance

Project CARS ready for Steam OS, headliner for cross-platform 4K performance

Project CARS, the crowd-powered AAA racing title, is being shown off on triple-screen goodness at CES this week, where attendees can see it in action on a three-screen 4K display setup. The game is slated for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and as was announced back in early November, to Valve's Steam OS.

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Sony’s new Core wearable introduced at CES

Sony’s new Core wearable introduced at CES

Introduced to a hushed and confused crown at CES, the Core is the latest in wearables on offer from Sony. Though initially light on details, Sony has made their intentions a bit clearer over the past few days. Like the Smartwatch, Sony may just be ahead of the curve with their new wearable.

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Panono 360-degree 108MP throwable ball camera hands-on

Panono 360-degree 108MP throwable ball camera hands-on

Throwing a camera is generally a bad idea - lenses tend to be delicate - but Panono positively begs to be tossed. The spherical, lens-studded camera ball slammed through its Indiegogo goal recently, a happy backdrop to its first appearance at CES ahead of its estimated ship date later in the year. We've been tracking the project for the past few years, so we stopped by to grab some hands-on time.

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LG’s new Sound Plate brings big sound in a slim package

LG’s new Sound Plate brings big sound in a slim package

LG has a few interesting sound bars here at CES, or should we say sound plates. LG’s Sound Plates offers robust sound to go along with the minimalist design. A bit deeper than some sound bars, the LG Sound Plate brings a much smarter design than we’ve seen in a long time, and can even be offered up with a DVD player.

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