CES is the ultimate showroom for gadgets but the marketing can raise a few eyebrows. TechCrunch’s Kyle Russell (@kylebrussell) absolutely NAILS everything that’s wrong with the industry here.
Many of us remember when mobile gaming consisted of bringing your own watergun to the park. But ever since Nintendo launched the Gameboy we’ve been able to play better and better games no matter where we are. Wikipad upped the ante when it announced the Gamevice tablet controller for iPad back in June and at CES this week they’ve revealed additional details as published over at iPhoneHacks.
CES is a magical time of year for gadget lovers. Right out of the gate, Engadget has a hands on look at Bragi’s Dash earbuds. They’re wireless. They connect to your phone and each other. They have an accelerometer, a heart rate monitor, and an oxygen saturation sensor. It offers a personal trainer mode to provide you with feedback while working out and even an ambient noise mode to let you hear sounds from the outside world (like a friend saying “Cool earbuds!” or a concerned citizen screaming “THERE’S A BUS COMING DOWN THE–oh, hey, cool earbuds!”).