A trade show draws celebrities of all stripes. So who made CES ... and what were they selling?
What CES celeb has the musical cred to make us believe they know anything about headphones? Snooki? Well, not technically, but she certainly knows a thing or two about bedazzled accessories.
Though it may look ridiculous, the Golden-I headset allows you to sync your devices computer, cellphone, tablet (and so on), all via cloud. Pretty cool.
Spike TV and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® have announced an exclusive partnership that includes plans to telecast live coverage from the 2012 International CES® , the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow. Spike will also introduce “CES All Access Live,” which will offer tech fans more than 12 hours of 2012 CES coverage across multiple platforms – TV, online, mobile, social and more. The live special will kick-off with five hours of live telecasts in HD from Las Vegas on Tuesday, January 10, 2012 and will be the first of this year’s Spike “All Access” Live Specials, which will also occur at two other events throughout the year. The 2012 International CES runs January 10-13 in Las Vegas.