Among the many keynotes at CES this year, YouTube definitely was a sight to see. Last year 350 million YouTube videos were shared on Twitter alone, but what does the future hold for the video-sharing giant? Watch the clip to find out.
CES is about technology, but it's also about how each of us shapes and shares our lives with technology on a daily basis. Michael Kassan, Founder of Medialink, talks at the CES International keynote about how technology creates conversation, and more importantly, is creating a digital revolution everywhere around the world.
A 2006 Cadillac Escalade by Xclusv Autosports is a beautiful thing: the rims, the doors, the horespower, the amplifiers, the Final Fantasy - wait what? That's right, this Escalade's made for playing Final Fantasy XIII-2. How you ask? By stationing a sweet 46" LED TV in the back of the car.
The Wii U is one of the most talked about items at SPIKE's All Access CES, and rightfully so: not only is the system packed with enough gaming horsepower to deliver beautiful HD graphics, but the Wii U controllers themselves have touchscreens and built-in motion-sensing capabilities.
Len Davi, CMO, Signeo USA, unveils the flagship 'SOUL by Ludacris' headphones. Packed with a noise-cancelling feature as well as great sound quality, these top-notch headphones are also super comfortable - no wonder they were a hot commodity at SPIKE'S All Access CES.
Microsoft put on quite a show during their keynote with Steve Ballmer and Ryan Seacrest opening up the stage to a world of new ideas. Microsof'ts new "Metro" user interface was showcased through its smartphones, XBOX Live, and of course, the much-anticipated Windows 8.
Mercedes is definitely ahead of the game, meshing social media with a car's entertainment system. watch the clip to see what cool features their cars are going to have.
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.