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Braven Mira Bluetooth speaker with kickstand debuts at CES

Braven Mira Bluetooth speaker with kickstand debuts at CES

Braven, maker of all sorts of speakers, has introduced its latest Bluetooth offering at CES 2014, the Mira. The Braven Mira is a small portable speaker that is being aimed at the "music connoisseur", bringing with it a variety of features, among them chiefly being a water resistant body for use in atypical situations -- out in the rain, or near the pool without having to worry about an accident dive to the depths of electronics destruction.

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HipShotDot hands-on: aiming with a suction cup on your TV

HipShotDot hands-on: aiming with a suction cup on your TV

The tiniest and most understated of gaming peripherals SlashGear has happened upon at CES 2014 is, without a doubt, the HipShotDot. This machine works with an LED that attaches to the center of your television’s display that allows you to know exactly where your rifle is pointed in whatever first-person-shooter you’re playing on your console gaming device. We’ve seen this device in full action working with no less than the Xbox One.

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One day these nanowires will make your whole dashboard touch

One day these nanowires will make your whole dashboard touch

If "wearable" is the big buzzword of CES this year then "flexible" can't be far behind. Cambrios Technologies isn't a company you might associate with it - LG's G Flex and Samsung's transforming curved TV are certainly more eye-catching - but the company's ClearOhm silver nanowires are likely to enable the next generation of flexibly flexible touch panels, including turning your whole car dashboard into one vast finger-responsive surface.

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