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The products will be added to the Pelican ProGear Vault Series. iPhone 5 and 5S models are already available in the series.
We don’t have much to add here, other than that this BeeWi invite is one of the coolest CES meeting requests we’ve received.
Every year around the holidays, I start to get an anxious feeling. My mind and body instinctively know deep down what’s coming shortly after New Year’s Day: another grueling trek to (and, shudder, within) Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
For many people, being fashionable means, among other things, traveling light. That’s especially a challenge when you’re looking to be fashionable while carrying a bulky portable smartphone/tablet charger with you. Powerocks’ new Flash Magicstick seeks to remedy that situation. It’s a lightweight lipstick/cigar-shaped portable power bank that’s crafty enough to also feature a flashlight. Says the more »
Kicker Performance Audio announced that it will debut two new products at CES: one Bluetooth speaker and one set of headphones. The mid-size Amphitheater K3 Speaker System with Bluetooth is the first Kicker wireless speaker system to possess Bluetooth aptX audio coding technology as well as NFC (near-field communication) technology. A 3.5mm auxiliary input and a USB port more »
Valencell, a startup manufacturer of sensor technology for mobile health and fitness, has announced a partnership with accessories manufacturer Scosche Industries to jointly introduce fitness monitoring products at CES. The wearable tech products will be powered by Valencell’s PerformTek Precision Biometrics, a sensor technology that measures real-time biometrics. PerformTek, which will be licensed by Scosche, analyzes blood flow and physical more »
Cambridge, U.K., startup Novalia says it will demo a low-cost, patented manufacturing technology at CES that would allow Bluetooth 4.0 control to be added to paper, cards and plastic. The technology is said to combine standard print processes like screen print, flexography, and offset lithography with capacitive touch technology. An embedded Nordic Semiconductor nRF51822 System-on-Chip is attached to the more »
What if you could help a consumer electronics manufacturer determine which features of an upcoming new product are most important? What if you and other early adopters could collectively bargain with manufacturers for lower prices, or just get your hands on products before everyone else does? Prelaunch aims to make all of that and more more »
U.S. manufacturer IZON will debut a line of 3D LED televisions that don’t require glasses at CES. “IZON eliminates the need for glasses, which consumers found annoying and uncomfortable and ultimately spurred the decline of home 3D television,” said the company in a press release. IZON expects to launch 32-inch, 47-inch and 55-inch glasses-free 3D more »
With International CES, the annual Las Vegas conflagration of tech CEOs, Hollywood celebrities, and tens of thousands of other people, just two months away, the organizers of CES on Tuesday launched a new mobile app and website for the big show. The website and app feature a clean, easy-to-use look that’s meant to be seamless more »
By far, beyond and away my favorite spot to hangout at CES this year was not the main Las Vegas Convention Center — where the majority of the buzz went down — but instead, inside the gorgeous Venetian hotel. It’s massive third floor ballrooms became known as ‘Eureka Park’ — a line show within the more »