Posted on: January 10, 2012 | Views: 24,066 | Comment
Kerry Hodel, Sharp Specialist, reveals what surprises Sharp has got in store for everybody this year at SPIKE's All Access CES. Watch the clip to see the new amazing 80" 3D Smart TV with Quattron technology, as well as Sharp's ICC-4K Experience.
When cars and technology mix, it's a beautiful thing. Watch this clip to see Marcus Keith from Audi of America show off the all-new Audi A7 at SPIKE's All Access CES. Packed with a sweet new entertainment system, Google Earth and Street View, and a touchpad, this is indeed the car of the future.
Today, technology is all about mobile connectivity, and that's exactly what Ericsson And Maersk Line's new partnership is all about. Watch the clip to hear how these two industry leaders will bring connectivity to the ocean at SPIKE's All Access CES.
At CES, Qualcomm Chairman and CEO Dr. Paul Jacobs stated that mobile technology can improve education and Qualcomm's on a mission to help students with its latest innovations: the all-new Hanvon C18 e-Reader and the Vuforia platform. Watch the clip to see how Qualcomm is paving the way to the future of education.
Gary Shapiro, CEO of CEA/CES, talks to the audience at SPIKE'S All Access CES about the threat of online piracy today and how politicians are pushing well-intended legislation that will have disastrous effects.
Greg Lee from Panasonic shows us the awesome new Panasonic Smart VIERA TV at SPIKE's All Access CES. Not only does the TV have a big, vibrant screen, but it also comes with a Panasonic VIERA Touchpad Controller, which you can use to browse the web, watch movies, and use cool new apps.
MySpace was at SPIKE's All Access CES to annouce that it's partnered up with Panasonic. What surprises do these two companies have in store for us this year? Watch the clip to see Chris Vanderhook, C.O.O., MySpace, spill the beans.
When you have a laptop that's got Gorilla Glass inside and out, 'Beats Audio,' and separate LED lights for every key on the keyboard, you have to show it off. Page Murray from Hewlett-Packard does just that at SPIKE'S All Access CES, and reveals this laptop's coolest feature: an accelerometer. This badboy knows when it's on your lap and when it's on a table, so it will cool down accordingly.