Nvidia is launching their own portable games console based on their new Nvidia Tegra4. (check back in the days to come for the full extended test and interviews of the Nvidia Shield at the Nvidia booth)
Nvidia launches their new Quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 with their new "72-core" GPU an their own new modem. (check back for the proper product demo interviews to be filmed at the Nvidia booth in the days to come)
Nvidia launches the Nvidia Grid, serving all games to any device from the cloud. (check back for proper product interviews and demos to be filmed at Nvidia's booth in the days to come)
I just landed in Las Vegas USA, here's a first video testing out the new Panasonic GH3 camera with 12-35mm lens, all on automatic settings (some focus follow and perhaps ISO tweaks can perhaps be done with training to optimize things here), check back at http://ARMdevices.net on January 6-15th for the highest quality, most extensive, awesomest CES video coverage that I've ever video-blogged.
Here's some Android software integrated by Sylpheo for the Parrot Asteroid Mini Android based in-car interactive system, to bring it your Salesforce.com contacts, calendar, and some other Salesforce based Android apps to integrate your business into your car.
You can make a 1-minute short film using your smartphone camera, edit it in any editing software you want, submit the shortfilm before the 7th of January at http://fr.mobilefilmfestival.com it can be in any language but needs at least French subtitles if it's not in French, and you can win some of the 15000€ if they pick your shortfilm as one of the best.
Popwings creates business cards with built-in NFC chips, so you can put it under an NFC enabled phone, and the contact details launch on the device.
Startups can be launched using Kickstarter alternatives too. Here Apigy talks about their experience doing crowdfunding to launch the http://lockitron.com without the use of Kickstarter, for some reason Kickstarter had not allowed them onto their site, so they decided to build their own alternative to Kickstarter. And http://fundedbyme.com talks about micro-investing in startups, letting anyone buy equity in new startups on the web.
And here's the Lockitron keynote at LeWeb 2012:
Check out this awesome remote controlled sphero ball. It's now being sold for $129, but with mass manufacturing, the price can come down.