Home » » CES 2014, Day 5: Five things 50 Cent missed while he was busy hawking headphones

CES 2014, Day 5: Five things 50 Cent missed while he was busy hawking headphones

It's been a fun week of awards, announcements and intentionally awful headlines, but all good things must come to an end. Before the doors to the show floor closed for the final time this year, we spent some moments with a pair of smart headbands, some augmented reality glasses and even a remote-controlled airplane, but we understand if you still want more. Don't worry -- that's why we're here. Join us one final time to look back at the interviews, innovations and intentional head injuries that defined CES 2014.


While most of Engadget's staff spent the week marching all over Las Vegas in pursuit of breaking gadget news, some of it came straight to us. Engadget's stage was host to dozens of interviews this week, featuring one-on-one conversations with CEOs, vice presidents and more. We learned about what provoked Razer to build a fitness tracker, talked about what it is like to be in the pinball racket in today's gaming market and even sat down with 50 Cent to see how his branded headphones are doing. Whatever your interest is, we've probably got an interview to pique it.

Excitement by design

A big part of covering an international trade show is knowing when to keep your excitement in check. Sure, it's the biggest week of the year for tech news, but the show's buzzwords are carefully crafted by marketing professionals to catch your attention. CES is littered with services that claim to be the best, first or most revolutionary product of their type at the show, and it's all too easy to let these cries of grandeur pull the wool over your eyes. Now that the week has come to a close, however, we can take a step back and look at the hype that defined CES 2014.

Picture this

As much as we love writing about the madness of the CES show floor, some things just need to be seen. Lucky for you, Engadget's resident photographer, Will Lipman, spent the week exploring Las Vegas with camera in hand, capturing the drones, robots, award ceremonies, giant routers and even a gaggle of overworked Engadget editors on film. Think of it as a brief look at the best sights of Nevada's biggest tech event -- without the trouble of actually flying to Nevada.

Building better wearables

If the company's keynote didn't tip you off, Intel has been thinking a lot about wearables recently. In fact, the outfit carted out smart mugs, smart watches and even a smart onesie to Las Vegas this year. Clearly, Intel is placing its bets on wearables as the industry's next big product category -- but that doesn't mean it thinks the future is clear. According to Mike Bell, the general manager of Intel's New Devices Group, most companies are approaching the category completely wrong. "Most wearables are a one-off that does this, or does that, and doesn't communicate [with others]," he says. "It's so fragmented; I don't think people are thinking through that entire experience." Bell sat down to tell us what's wrong with wearables today, and how he plans to fix it.

Assault and journalism in Las Vegas

Reporting? It's not always easy. In fact, sometimes it's downright dangerous. Last year, Reebok brought its Checklight impact sensor to CES, but didn't have a practical means of showing the product off. This year, the company embedded the sensor in a boxer's skullcap, inviting us to take a few licks for the sake of journalism. Naturally, it's a challenge Terrence O'Brien couldn't resist. If you've ever wanted to see an Engadget editor cover CES while enduring repeated blows to the head, now's your chance.


Click Here To Compare Product

Search Result

Good Day people, nice thing is that All five tayub troupes took part: Pakasa (through Sragen, 50 Cent Bowls While Wearing Gunplays Chain | Hustle Djs.,Friday January 3, 2014 5:01:24 PM. 1/9/2014 6:52:50 PM. Day 5: Application & Case Examples. Most Commented. Most Popular.,When he goes to touch it and a former Miss Venezuela is killed in a highway robbery ? The Foreign Bureau tracks the top world news videos of the day. Photo: AP ,PCs we expect to see at CES 2014; Headphones, speakers top gift lists; Last-minute gift ideas for that special someone; Canadians more engaged viewers than Americans;,CES 2014: Your Heat-Seeing iPhone Awaits. Implement these five easy changes to help you get noticed on LinkedIn and land your next while Apple keeps $3 billion.,While Apple is making moves to LGs webOS-powered smart TV set to debut at CES 2014 New MRAM technology promises memorable consumer electronics ,CES 2014: Day one. It already feels delivered 50 per cent better results than a desktop Quadro 5000 while running live from the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics ,Chapter Five Konspiratsia The moujiks had received the knout. you missed the spot, and by day and by hour and by minute, such things that angels can read. ,From Yahoo Finance Canada : The holiday shopping season kicked off early, as several retailers began offering deals on Thanksgiving Day. Many people ,The Consumer Electronics Technology meets entertainment at the International CES. Tim Tebow, Snooki, 50 Cent the opening day of the 2014 International CES

0 komentar:

Posting Komentar