CES 2014

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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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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Infamous: Second Son gameplay hands-on: offscreen at CES 2014

Infamous: Second Son gameplay hands-on: offscreen at CES 2014

It’s such a close release we can taste it - Infamous: Second Son from the folks at Sucker Punch, a title that’ll bring a beast of an open-world set of elements to the PlayStation 4. At CES 2014 this week, this game looks and feels like an alternate-reality iteration of another open world release from last year: Saint’s Row 4. Though were your super-powers in that title are based in a more Matrix film series type of hacker reality, here we’re talking about a more physically sound system.

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LifeLogger wearable camera spots faces, speech & text: Hands-on

LifeLogger wearable camera spots faces, speech & text: Hands-on

Anybody can clip on a camera and call it a life-logger, but startup LifeLogger says its wearable goes the extra mile with its combination of face, text, and even audio recognition to make reviewing your "augmented memory" more meaningful. Showing at CES 2014 this week, LifeLogger's approach consists of a tiny, gum-packet sized stick camera weighing around 9g and which can record 720/30p HD video as well as stills, and a companion cloud service that does the heavy lifting by processing all that recorded content and allowing you to make better sense of it. We grabbed some hands-on time at the show to find out more.

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