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CES 2013: What We Want To See
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myisland
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myisland,
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1/5/2013 | 9:06:50 PM
re: CES 2013: What We Want To See
Is Mike Feibus still celebrating New Years Eve? By 2103 I would expect Futurama.
rsparkman841
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1/4/2013 | 5:45:16 PM
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Did you mean 2013 instead of 2103? LOL
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1/4/2013 | 3:28:51 PM
re: CES 2013: What We Want To See
I'm watching where Vuzix is going with their M100 Smart Glasses. The concept of "hands free display for your smartphone" is fascinating. Just read that they've released an SDK for apps (as well as running current phone apps). I see that CES is awarding them the Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Award BEST OF INNOVATIONS, and selected as Best Technology in the Wireless Handset Accessory category. Worth checking out at the show!


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