Nothing like upgrading retro hardware with new technology. Bo Lemastus, CEO, Crosley Radio, demonstrates an awesome new touchscreen jukebox that uses an iPad at SPIKE's All Access CES.
Great minds think alike, especially when it comes to innovation. Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, is joined by Ursula Burns, Chairman and CEO, Xerox Corp, Alan Mulally, President and CEO, Ford Motor Company, and John Stratton, President, Verizon Enterprise Solutions. Watch the clip to hear how these great leaders go about innovation every single year.
SPIKE's All Access CES wouldn't be complete without recognizing the one company, product, or person that changed the way we communicate and consume. This year's CES Game Changer Of The Year is Spotify, the groundbreaking social music app that's taking the digital world by storm.
On the third day of CES, the CES Gadget Of The Day Brought To You By Dr Pepper TEN was Optrix. With a waterproof case, a touchscreen membrane, and 3M industriable adhesive, this is the perfect tool for shooting sports videos. Optrix even has an app available that will record your speed and draw a trackmap of where you're racing for exciting sports.
Justin Bieber hits the stage at a press conference during CES to unveil the all-new mRobo. This isn't just any portable speaker, however, this gadget actually starts groovin' to the music it plays. Watch the clip to see how the mRobo gets down.
On the fourth day of CES, the CES Gadget Of The Day Brought To You By Dr Pepper TEN was the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7. Just when you thought tablets couldn't get any cooler, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 has a big, vibrant screen, a 1.4ghz processor, and runs on Verizon's 4G LTE Network, making it a powerhouse of a tablet.
Your typical camera captures all the light coming from one direction: it's basic science. But light doesn't come off of an object in just one direction: it bounces everywhere. This is called "the light field." The camera you own now can't capture that, but the Lytro can.