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Exclusive Insider Talk: Anya Ayoung Chee of Project Runway and HP

Exclusive Insider Talk: Anya Ayoung Chee of Project Runway and HP

This week we got the opportunity to sit down with HP and Project Runway Season 9's winning designer Anya Ayoung Chee to speak about her win of the Intel & HP design challenge. We were at Showstoppers CES 2012 and spoke about no less than how technology made the task of being a modern day designer a wholly enjoyable one - textiles to integrated media, all of it sits at the heart of her interests. For the HP design challenge she spoke on how the technology the contestants needed to use was very user friendly and made her taking part in the challenge a positive one - an organic feel to the whole situation made for, again, a positive experience from start to finish. Social media, Chee noted, is a part of her every day life, Twitter especially, she connecting with her fan base in a way that designers of the past never had the opportunity to.

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Insider Talk: Violet Karotz

Insider Talk: Violet Karotz

In the world of Internet-connected appliances, there aren't many out there that are cuter than Violet's Karotz, an adorable little plastic bunny that imparts information through moving its ears and lighting up its tummy. If you haven't checked it out for a while, the WiFi hardware now supports NFC in a big way: you can switch to a new app with a miniature version of the original in a tiny, adorable package.

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Insider Talk: Eton Rukus Solar Boombox

Insider Talk: Eton Rukus Solar Boombox

Here at CES we are on the stage at ShowStoppers and have just brought up Sriram Peruvemba, CMO of Eink. The makers behind the Eink technology in almost all ereaders available today like the Kindle's and NOOK. Today they have on display the new Eton Rukus Solar powered boombox. More details and hands-on video after the break.

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Insider Talk: Ticket to Ride for iPad

Insider Talk: Ticket to Ride for iPad

We're here at Showstoppers during the CES 2012 events in Las Vegas Nevada where we've spoken with Mark Kaufmann co-founder and VP of marketing for Days of Wonder, a group touting their board game cum iPad game Ticket to Ride. This game comes at things a little bit backwards - the group having worked with mobile games several years ago, quitting to work with board games. What they've done here is to get back into the art of mobile with this game which is able to jump above the one platform to the mighty, mighty iPad.

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