13-year old Schuyler St. Leger was on stage at the Intel CEO Keynote at CES 2014, he is a tinkerer using 3D printing, arduino, galileo, he is the son of an Intel employee. Showing the 3D augmented reality stuff at the Intel booth, Oculus Rift, Intel Galileo, Intel Edison with Intel Quark SoC, baby monitor, Applebees Presto tablets, Surface Pro 2, Intel RealSense technology and more.
Talks about how he blogs about startups at http://techcrunch.com
Yossi Vardi is an expert in the Internet, web conferences.
You can watch his TED talk here:
They sell about 300 thousand tablets per month.
The video is the CES’14 interview with Dr. Yevgen Borodin, President and CEO of Charmtech Labs LLC, the creator of Capti Narrator app. The video also features Jen Sidorova, Miss East Coast American Beauty, supporting Capti Narrator for its approach to universal accessibility. Capti Narrator was revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (CES’14). The host is William Lumpkins, Senior Member of IEEE.
Capti Narrator is a cross-platform application for convenient, hands-free consumption of digital content, enabling anyone to listen to news, blogs, documents, unprotected e-books, and more while commuting, cooking, working out, anywhere, anytime. Capti improves the productivity of students, busy professionals, language learners, people with print disabilities, and anyone else who wants to listen to content instead of reading it from the screen.
With Capti, one can create a playlist with reading materials from the Web, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc., and start listening on the iPad at home, continue listening from the same spot on their iPhone during the commute, revise the playlist from the desktop at work or school, catch up with the reading in the gym, and, finally, relax while listening to their favorite book on the couch. Capti will synchronize the playlist among user devices, making the transitions seamless. Capti removes the dependency on visual reading and enables people to be more productive and enjoy better things in life.
Texas Instruments’s DLP technology is the leading technology in projectors, here showing their 0.2″ nHD pico projector in the world’s smallest pico projector from Sekonix, battery powered pico projectors from Brookstone, Asus, the .2nHD pico projector in a smartphone, Hitachi ultra short throw projector, DLP pico projectors in Sony Handycams, pioneer after-market heads-up display, perch retail solutions and other examples of DLP used for digital signage.
600mAh battery, uses a single-core MediaTek processor (not sure which one), price is below $90 depeding on the bulk purchase quantity, they have 200 people in their Shenzhen factory.
ZTE shows their Silicon Labs EFM32GG230 ARM Cortex-M3 powered Smart Watch platform, called the ZTE BlueWatch, synchronizes with Android phones over BT3/4, 235mAh battery, it may be very cheap and come soon on the worldwide market.
- ZTE BlueWatch hands-on (androidcommunity.com)
- ZTE BlueWatch hands-on (otroandroidblog.wordpress.com)
- ZTE BlueWatch Gadget Review (trustedreviews.com)
- Hands-on: ZTE BlueWatch smartwatch [VIDEO] (otroandroidblog.wordpress.com)
- CES 2014: ZTE BlueWatch SmartWatch and Unique Hotspot cum Projector Goes Official (gizbot.com)
- BlueWatch is ZTE’s first wearable device (liliputing.com)
ZTE’s Nubia brand introduces 5S Mini, priced at around $249 now in China, selling millions of flagship ZTE Nubia units in China, they are now making it available worldwide.
- ZTE Nubia Z5s mini hands-on (phonearena.com)
- ZTE Nubia Z5S and Z5S Mini Now Available in China (news.softpedia.com)
- ZTE Nubia Z5S and Z5S Mini will be released tomorrow (phonearena.com)
MHL launches MHL 3.0 with 6gbit/s bandwidth to support 4K 2160p30 video output from a phone, simultaneous up to 40mbitps data channel for USB 2.0 host (for example USB hard drives), new RCP commands, HID support for touchscreens, keyboard and mice, now charging with up to 10W of power, HDCP 2.2, 7.1 surround sound with Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD, connector agnostic (uses as few as five pins), support for simultaneous up to 4 displays on one MHL 3 output while being backward compatible with MHL 1 and MHL 2. Thus far, more than 200 companies have shipped over 300 MHL compatible devices in phones, tablets, TVs, accessories and more, shipped in more than 400 million devices on the market thus far since MHL 1 launched in 2010.