Blaupunkt and miRoamer create World’s First Internet Car Radio

by Mark R

I have been seeing more and more Internet radios on the market these days, and I suppose that it was only a matter of time before someone invented one for the car. At CES, miRoamer, a popular Internet radio site, and Blaupunkt, a leader in automotive multimedia, introduced the world’s first Internet radio for the car. I know that I have said this before, but I always get suspicious when …

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ZAGG’s New Audio Line

by Mark R

Last year at CES, I was very impressed with ZAGG’s display of the Invisible Shield. The Invisible Shield is a transparent plastic cover for mobile devices that covers it like a second skin, making it scratch-resistant. At CES 2009, ZAGG officially announced the expansion of its product line with three new audio products: the ZAGG Audio USB Speakers, the ZAGGphones, and Zbuds.

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See the Loop, Love the Loop, Use the Loop

by Mark R

When I was at CES 2009, I got to meet with Hillcrest Labs. I met them near the Kodak booth, where one of their Hillcrest remotes was being used on one of Kodak’s products. I had no idea who Hillcrest was, but when they showed me their motion control technology, they had my attention. Hillcrest is responsible for Freespace technology, which requires no line of sight in order to work. …

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Unify4Life uses BlackBerry to control home theaters and garage doors

by Mark R

For years, I have been wondering why I can do almost anything with my mobile phone, but when it comes to my television or garage door, I have to resort to another remote control entirely. Why can’t I control everything with a mobile like my BlackBerry? This is the question that Unify4Life is answering with two new devices: the AV|Shadow and the Garage|Shadow. The AV|Shadow allows for switching channels, selecting …

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Westinghouse Digital has new TVs on display at CES

by Mark R

You’ll be hearing me talk a lot about CES for the rest of this week, at least. I guess I just visited too many booths while I was in Vegas. One of them was Westinghouse Digital, whose booth was so fine it was in another location entirely. Yeah, they had to have a car come pick me up, and the Stirling Club was the ideal place to view of TX …

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Gabriel Turntable: One fine record-player with four arms

by Mark R

It’s not often that I cover products that are as fine as Angelis Labor’s Gabriel Turntable, but when I saw this gourmet technology at a Venetian hotel suite at CES, I had to write about it. Angelis Labor is an Italian company, and its name is translated to “Labor of Angels”. Each product is named after an angel, and is made entirely by hand with aluminum, bronze, and stainless steel. …

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VIEVU PVR-PRO 2 Portable Video Camera

by Mark R

CES 2009 may be over, but I have enough material collected from the collective booths that I visited for articles for the rest of the month, and longer. For example, when I was passing through the Sands/Venetian portion of the show, I met two representatives for VIEVU. The VIEVU PVR-PRO 2 is a camera that is small enough to be clipped on to a user’s shirt for home and law-enforcement …

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Mr. Fantastic (Robert Muraine) dances for Isis Dei at CES, Fantastic Four not pleased

by Mark R

Isis Dei had a very interesting way of displaying their products at CES as the amazing dancer Robert Muraine (aka Mr. Fantastic) completely busted a move for them at their booth. Isis Dei also had on hand their latest products. The Pistol Whip is a neoprene case made for PCs and Macs that comes with a set of matching, limited-edition, Skullcandy Smokin’ Buds. The Love/Sacrifice is also a neoprene laptop …

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