On the first day of CES, the CES Gadget Of The Day Brought To You By Dr Pepper TEN was PrimeSense. Why use your old dusty remote to see what's on the tube when you can use your hands? Check out the exclusive clip to see what's possible when your hands do the talking to the TV.
It's no secret that Eliza Dushku is a gadget girl, so that's why she's the Celebrity Ambassador for SPIKE'S All Access CES. watch the clip to hear her dish out CES details!
Every gamer needs a sweet pair of headphones, so that's why we had Jeff Burchett, Community Marketing Coordinator from Turtle Beach at CES to show off Turtle Beach's newest and best pair of gaming headphones.
Technology is always changing, so what exactly is the future of media? Geoff sits down with with Dermot McCormack, EVP, Digital Media, MTV, VH1, CMT, LOGO, MTV Networks, Erik Flannigan, EVP MTV Digital Entertainment Group, and James McQuivey from Forrester Research to learn all about it.
There are tons of companies at CES 2012, so who better to tell us what to watch out for than Pach-Attack's very own Michael Pachter! Watch the clip and hear what he has to say.
Ross Honey, General Manager of XBOX Live, spills the beans on Microsot's plans to update XBOX Live this year. From new partners to new apps, it looks like XBOX Live is going to be taken to the next level.
Polaroid's back and bigger than ever. Watch the clip to see Rich DeMuro do an exclusive product demo with Polaroid, showcasing their most innovative product yet.
Are 3D TVs really worth all the hype? Sam Biddle from Gizmodo and David Cohen square off to determine if consumers should "3D or 3Don't"
Geoff and Alex Verrey, Global PR and Communications Manager for Mad Catz, showcase the latest Arcade Fightstick V.S. Edition. Here's the best part: you can plug in two FightSticks side-by-side for a classic arcade-like battle!
Microsoft introduced a lot of new products during their keynote last night at the Consumer Electronics Show; about halfway through, though, they also decided to roll out the single weirdest thing we've ever seen at CES: the Tweet Choir.