CES. It’s the biggest consumer electronics show in the world. And although we wouldn’t be inclined to care that much, we are tech journalists, therefore we bring you our CES 2014 recap on this episode of Tech tAUk Reloaded.
Our list of CES 2014 highlights:
- Cisco Unveils “Internet of Everything” Vision
- Samsung Shows Off Curved 4K TVs, New Tablets
- Michael Bay has Onstage Meltdown at Samsung CES Event
- Toyota Previews Fuel-Cell Car, and Lexus Automated Safety Vehicle
- Google Announces “Open Automotive Alliance” for Android Car Integration
- Lots More Chromebooks Introduced at CES
- Yahoo! CEO Marissa Meyer Keynotes at CES
- Intel Launches SD Card-Sized Computer
- Sony Introduces PlayStation Now, Life Space UX, Virtual Reality Headset
- Microsoft Snubs CES
- CES Can’t Get Rid of ‘Booth Babes’
Our other tech headlines this week:
- Target’s Data Breach Now Could Affect 110 Million People
See also: What Target Must Do to Regain Trust; Tips for All Customers to Protect Security
- Neiman Marcus Confirms Its Own Data Breach; Other Retail Outlets Could Also Be Affected?
- Indian Doctor Conducts Foot and Ankle Surgery Using Google Glass
- Windows XP Goes “end of life” on April 8; Support for Microsoft Security Essentials Will Also End
In a Tech tAUk Reloaded Shout-Out, Douglas salutes T-Mobile, who announced that they will pay the early termination fees of families who switch to T-Mobile as the latest part of their “un-carrier” strategy.