Georgia and Rene checked out Ozobot at CES 2014 which are tiny autonomous robots that can follow patterns and recognize colors. That means you can also trace and draw patterns on your iPad for Ozobot to follow.
At CES 2014, Oculus was demonstrating their latest virtual reality headset prototype, the Crystal Cove. What differentiates this model from what we've seen over the last year is that an array of sensors on the front of the headset transmit to a camera which is connected to the computer you're using in order to provide greater positional information. This tech enables all sorts of new interactions when bobbing and weaving your head, not just rotating it around a fixed sphere of perspective. The update also includes refinements which significantly reduce motion blurring.
The ZAGGsparq is a portable battery and wall charger combo that can make sure your iPhone, iPad, or other kind of portable device never dies while you're on the go. The ZAGGsparq currently comes in a few different models that range from one full iPhone charge all the way up to four! I've been testing it out for the past several days. Let's find out how it faired...
Among the products that Mac parts and peripheral maker Other World Computing showed off at CES this past week were prototype flash drive upgrades and replacements for Haswell-based Macs as well as the new Mac Pro.
The NGP Semi-Rigid Soft Shell Case safeguards your iPad mini and is malleable enough to slip around and snugly hold your device, but firm enough to withstand impacts and scrapes. Color options include black, pink, gray and violet.
Chances are if you're an audiophile you have looked into KEF products before. The British company founded in Raymond Cooke in 1961 started the company with the sole intent to create products with superior acoustic quality that could reproduce recordings as natural as the original performance.
Jaybird's big claim to fame is Bluetooth earbuds designed for sports enthusiasts. They distinguish themselves with exceptional battery life - up to eight hours per charge, about twice what other Bluetooth earbuds can manage. But that's not all they do.
Daniel and Cali are talking with Fitbit live at CES 2014 about their fitness trackers, the Fitbit Force and Fitbit Flex. Both trackers can monitor your daily activities, sleep patterns, and more. The Fitbit Force also doubles as a pretty decent watch.