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CES Coverage - 4/7 - AZ Tech Beat

Mood-changing neurowearable Thync can help you chillax or conquer the world

January 13, 2015 |

Video contribution Travis Arbon

Around 3:00 p.m. I start hunting for the fastest resolution to my brain fatigue, it might come in the form of coffee, tea or an energy bar, or a combination. Soon, I’ll be able to put … Read More

4K and beyond – the best picture you’ve ever seen – CES 2015

January 12, 2015 |

At this year’s CES, 4K TVs are back in the spotlight and for a positive reason: 4K is going mainstream. With companies introducing their version of 4K TVs on the show floor this year, we can expect 4K TVs to … Read More

Stay fashionable day to night with the latest smart jewelry

January 12, 2015 |

Video & content contribution by Travis Arbon & Tishin Donkersley

There is no shortage of fitness wearables for women on the market, but a wearable that can also be used as a piece of jewelry is not easy to find. If … Read More

Next gen. home automation goes beyond the on/off switch

January 12, 2015 |

Video contribution by Travis Arbon & Tishin Donkersley

Home automation definitely made a huge presence at CES this year, so much so, that a plethora of companies popped up from last year and, at times, the products became repetitive without … Read More

AZ-based XFire Audio brings Decimator subwoofers to U.S. Market – CES – video

January 9, 2015 |

Video contribution by Travis Arbon

You haven’t really heard JayZ’s “Holy Grail” until it’s cranked with 30,000 watts of amplified power, some sick 18” subwoofers, a few 9” speakers and ear-piercing bullet tweeters.

 

Hidden away in … Read More

Weird and wild things you can 3D print with new filaments

January 8, 2015 |

CES came with its fair share of crazy 3D printing projects. One of the trends for this industry are the new filaments hitting the marketplace such as carbon fiber, wood, metal, stone, chocolate and more. For some of the larger companies, MakerBot and … Read More

Next-gen FLIR ONE thermal imaging camera is mini and mighty

January 8, 2015 |

Video contribution by Travis Arbon

Thermal imaging just got easier for all mobile device users. The predator-vision thermal imaging camera shrunk from a case with a calibration handle to a simple attachment with auto calibration (thank goodness) that is now … Read More

Why you might flip over The Egg – CES2015 – startup – video

January 8, 2015 |

Video contribution by Travis Arbon

The Egg, a personal web server in the palm of your hand, had plenty of people flipping over this new device at CES Showstoppers 2015. The idea that one could dump all of their info from … Read More

AZ-based Eyetech Digital Systems & Saccadous have their eye on each other – CES 2015

January 8, 2015 |

Video contribution by Travis Arbon

Blink…change the channel….Look right…switch to Apple TV…Blink. At CES, more eye tech tracking companies are emerging and pairing their tech with everything from TVs to iPads to enhance your experience. For Mesa, Arizona-based Eyetech Digital Systems, … Read More

3D print in maple wood, bronze, carbon fiber or chocolate – CES2015

January 7, 2015 |

Why print in plastic when I can print in wood, metal or chocolate. At CES, filaments for 3D printing were a focus for the maker companies as well as inspiring all generations to get creative and make everything from tools and … Read More