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Topic: CES 2014

Wrap-up: The post-PC era is officially here and CES proves it

01/12/2014, 11:01 pm

A lot of virtual ink is being spilled over the fact that Microsoft wasn't at CES, but more interesting for me was that CES was a manifestation of a five-year-old prediction coming true.


Hands-on: IK's iRing brings air gesture control to iOS

01/11/2014, 08:01 pm

IK Multimedia, the company behind numerous music creation apps and the iRig series of MIDI, mic and mixer hardware for iOS, unveiled the iRing at CES; an inexpensive wearable motion control solution with tons of potential.


Hands-on: Recon Instruments Snow2, an iPhone-connected heads-up display for sports

01/11/2014, 04:01 pm

iPhone toting athletes looking to stay connected without having to take their eyes and hands off the task at hand have a few sports-oriented heads-up display options from Recon Instruments. At this week's Consumer Electronics Show, we took a closer look at the Snow2 headset, just in time for ski season, and were also given a sneak peek at the upcoming Jet.


Hands-on: ivee Sleek brings Siri-like voice control to the connected home

01/10/2014, 11:01 pm

Interactive Voice introduced a novel device at CES called ivee Sleek, an Internet-connected, voice-activated virtual assistant that can not only process requests on-board, but control other "smart home" devices like the Nest Learning Thermostat or Philips' Hue lighting system.


Hands-on: Belkin Form Fit Freestyle iPad case

01/10/2014, 08:01 pm

Belkin showed off the latest version of its Form Fit Freestyle case for iPad, a stand and protective cover made from leather with integrated magnets meant to quickly detach when taking pictures.


First look: Toshiba's FlashAir II Wi-Fi SD card and Canvio portable storage

01/10/2014, 06:01 pm

Japanese computing giant Toshiba brought a few interesting products to the show floor this year with its updated FlashAir II Wi-Fi-enabled SD card, Canvio Connect portable wireless HDD and Canvio Slim.


First look: MiPow PlayBulb, an iPhone-connected Bluetooth light bulb & speaker

01/10/2014, 03:01 pm

One of the more unique products at this year's Consumer Electronics Show is the MiPow PlayBulb, a device that integrates both an LED lightbulb and a Bluetooth speaker into one iPhone-connected accessory. AppleInsider offers a first look.


First look: MetaWatch's premium Meta smart watch for iPhone

01/10/2014, 02:01 pm

One of the companies that helped coin the term "smart watch," MetaWatch, is looking to take the category high-end by introducing a new line of Meta products designed by former Vertu designer Frank Nuovo.


Hands-on: Pebble's new high-end Steel smart watch for iPhone

01/10/2014, 11:01 am

Ahead of its launch later this month, the new Pebble Steel smart watch is on display at this week's Consumer Electronics Show, and AppleInsider went hands-on with the highly anticipated new wrist-worn iPhone accessory.


First look: Kiwi Move lifestyle tracker and FUZ Designs iPhone/iPad docks

01/10/2014, 02:01 am

As the wearable device space heats up, Kiwi looks to make a splash with its tiny Move activity tracker and unique rule-based apps, while FUZ Designs docks brings dual-Lightning connector charging to iPhone and iPad.


Hands-on: Magellan Echo smart sports watch

01/09/2014, 11:01 pm

Navigation and GPS firm Magellan showed off its iPhone-connected Echo smart watch at CES, a multi-use tool built to display real-time data from a variety of sports apps including Wahoo, Strava and the "Map My" series.


First look: Evutec's iPhone cases bond wood with Kevlar fiber

01/09/2014, 03:01 pm

Wooden iPhone cases are usually a bulky affair, sacrificing thinness to maintain rigidity with a natural look. But Evutec is at the Consumer Electronics Show this week showcasing its unique solution that adds strength thanks to an infusion of Kevlar fiber.


Hands-on: LG's iOS-compatible Lifeband Touch fitness tracking wristband

01/09/2014, 03:01 pm

Electronics maker LG is entering the fitness tracking market this year with the new Lifeband Touch exercise band, a wrist-worn accessory with an OLED display and accelerometer boasting compatibility with Apple's iOS platform.


Hands-on: Kyte&Key braided leather & aluminum Apple-certified Lightning cables

01/09/2014, 02:01 pm

Kyte&Key is the manufacturer of premium, Apple-approved Lightning cables featuring unique construction crafted out of braided leather and aluminum. AppleInsider offers a closer look at their products from the floor of this year's Consumer Electronics Show.


First look: iOS-connected smart watches, health trackers, home automation from Archos

01/08/2014, 07:01 pm

Archos is hitting the wearable devices market hard in 2014, with a new range of products showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show capable of connecting to Apple's iOS mobile platform via Bluetooth Low Energy.


Hands-on: Okidokeys' iOS-connected door lock and "smart keys"

01/08/2014, 06:01 pm

Throwing its hat into the growing ring of "smart home" products, Okidokeys is bringing a line of wireless door lock devices to market that promise remote access, unique "keys" and highly customizable configurations.


Dell, Lenovo, Asus debut more affordable 4K monitors

01/08/2014, 05:01 pm

This year's Consumer Electronics Show has been a boon for buyers awaiting an affordably-priced entry into the world of ultra-high definition monitors, with several manufacturers unveiling sub-$1,000 4K displays.


Hands-on: Narrative, the iPhone-compatible, wearable lifeblogging camera

01/08/2014, 03:01 pm

There may not be a better place to show off a product such as the Narrative -- a life documenting wearable camera that can automatically capture every moment -- than on the floor of a chaotic major event like the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show.


Hands-on: JamStik miniature wireless electric guitar for iPad, iPhone & Mac

01/08/2014, 03:01 pm

The JamStik is an upcoming wireless accessory for both iOS and Mac that will allow users to learn and practice guitar on the go, without the need to carry around a bulky full-size instrument. AppleInsider got an opportunity to take a first look at the unique new accessory at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show on Wednesday.


IK Multimedia brings spatial gesture controls to iOS with 'iRing'

01/08/2014, 10:01 am

Using a combination of wearable rings and custom software, IK Multimedia's new iRing system allows iOS apps to recognize and respond to mid-air gestures in much the same way as product like Microsoft's Kinect motion controller.