Here's a 10-minute overview of the TV Display industry by Paul Gray, Director of European TV Research for DisplaySearch. Talking about Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Sharp, AUO, CMI, how they are losing money, how they are trying to bring new technologies like 3D and hopefully as soon as possible 4K to the market.
Here's a demonstration of a pretty revolutionary cloud service to render your 3D projects using the cloud, you can now render even the most advanced 3D scenes and renders using thousands of grid servers on the cloud. You just pay a few dollars depending on how much computing you need. This is part of how ARM Powered Laptops are going to take over the market, as professionals and enthusiasts can actually get much faster performance doing all the most advanced rendering through the cloud.
Woddon Industrial Limited shows their latest new cool remote controlled flying and spying toys, here's a $30 flying robot and a $130 Android/iOS remote controlled Spy Car.
This clock uses a sensor and the iPhone to wake you up at the right time when you are in light sleep mode, so that you can wake up fresh, optimize your sleep, not wake up in the middle of deep sleep, this can allow you to sleep better, wake up better, potentially sleep less though get through as many sleep cycles as possible.
New Sennheiser headphones for used in sports, run around listening to music.
OtterBox shows their latest protection cases to protect Android and Apple products, here showing them throwing around the iPad3 and it seems to not be broken yet.
Possibly the coolest screen in the world. Check out this huge 145" Plasma screen with a 8K 7680x4320 resolution!
Here's a huge pixel density on a 20" LCD screen demonstrated by Panasonic at IFA 2012 in Berlin Germany.
The newest entry level E Ink e-reader from PocketBook.
The new high-end in-ear headphones from Sennheiser.