CES2013

  • CES 2013 Best & Worst Blooper Reel

    The Best And Worst Of CES 2013 NSFW Blooper Reel

    You’ve seen the Best and Worst of CES 2013. Here’s the blooper reel. Don’t watch it around your boss or small children. The video is not safe for work – just like CES and Vegas in general. Read More

  • Shenzhen New Degree Technology First Look

    Shenzen New Degree’s Touch Panel Tech Doesn’t Mind The Rain And Still Delivers Killer Input Detection [Video]

    Shenzen New Degree Technology was one of the companies showing its stuff in the Eureka Park portion of CES 2013, and this China-based hardware startup had some impressive tech to show off related to touch input. Combining capacitive and resistive touch-based input with a means to make it work even on solid stainless steel surfaces, Shenzen New Degree hopes to pave the way for a wide range of… Read More

  • StickNFind Helps You Locate Keys and More | CES 2013

    Never Lose Your Keys Again Thanks To StickNFind’s Bluetooth Stickers

    Here’s a novel way to keep track of your wallet, your cat, or, yes, your keys. Jimmy Buchheim stopped by the the TechCrunch booth at the Consumer Electronics Show to demo StickNFind, a bluetooth sticker technology that you can use to track almost anything. Once you’ve attached the sticker to an object of your choice, you can track it down again using the StickNFind iOS and… Read More

  • CES 2013 Wrap Up - Best & Worst

    The Best And Worst Of CES 2013

    CES has come and gone, but the memory of this year’s show will live on forever. Not necessarily because the 15-20 TechCrunch staffers who attended will remember it — chances are the night-time debauchery has wiped away all recollection of the past week — but because this post exists. We met a bunch of celebrities. We discovered a phone with an e-ink display on the back, a… Read More

  • Cars Are The Next Playground For App Developers

    Cars Are The Next Playground For App Developers

    This year’s CES may have been about startups more than ever before, but over the last few years, the car industry has also increased its presence at the show. In previous years, we heard a lot about the connected car, but until now, those cars remained virtually closed for developers. In one fell swoop, that changed this year, as Ford and GM announced concrete programs with SDKs and… Read More

  • Playsurface Templeman Automation First Look

    The Playsurface Brings A Lot More To The Touchscreen Table Than Just Touch [Video]

    The Playsurface, a spin-off project from Templeman Automation that aims to provide a low-cost alternative to interactive touch table devices like Microsoft’s PixelSense (formerly known as the surface), was at CES showing off their functioning units in action, which the company will be shipping out to 40 or so Kickstarter backers this month. The Playsurface made headlines when it launched… Read More

  • Tactus Demos Popup Buttons on LCD Screens at CES

    Hands-On: Tactus Technology Gives Flat Touchscreens The Middle Finger With Pop-Up Buttons

    This actually works. I touched it. I played with it. And I fantasized about a bubble wrap app. Tactus Technology stopped by our CES booth for a short demo of its crazy touch screen technology. Using microfluid technology (and a bit of magic), Tactus’s solution produces honest-to-goodness buttons that raise out of the touchscreen. And then, just as quickly as they appear, they disappear… Read More

  • In Defense Of The HAPIfork

    In Defense Of The HAPIfork

    There’s been no shortage of jokes lobbed at the HAPIfork, as you’ve seen from the Colbert video above. The overwhelming consensus seems to be that the technology in the fork is solving a first-world problem, and that, people who really want to lose weight by eating more slowly should just, uh, eat more slowly. So why do I love it? Read More

  • iRig HD Surfaces At CES

    iRig HD Surfaces At CES

    I spent a lot of time at CES 2013 searching for new audio goodness and one of the cool things I found was IK Multimedia’s latest product called the iRig HD. Not “officially” announced yet and missing a release date, there were still a few demo units at their booth in the South Hall. Read More

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