Once again, here are continuing photos of CES 2014 I took. All of these photos were through my Google Glass. I have many more photos up on my Google+ page.
From setup to teardown, I was at CES 2014 snapping everything I was looking at with my Google Glass. New technology, great events, a look at Las Vegas and some of the celebrities that I saw and met. I took over 500 pictures #throughglass, so here are some of the best photos I snapped. (a […]
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Jeffrey Powers talks with Eric on AirPay – a way to use QR codes to bring an item to your mobile device and pay for.
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Adria Richards talks with Syed about a website that focuses on the creation of the food, not the description.
At first I was going to post this on Dorkazine – since it was kinda Dorky. However, I noticed that someone took the time to turn a couple tire marks in the snow to this picture. So enjoy this picture up on Geekazine. It might just be the last snowfall of the season (hopefully).
Well, it’s day 1 and we have walked through half the Sands convention center with cameras in hand. Todd, Andy, Andy and myself took the morning to record the first half of the floor. We found some pretty interesting booths and did some great interviews. I am downloading some of the content as we speak. […]
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I got to play with a Developer Android G1 on Sunday (Thanks Abraham!). It was an interesting experience and something totally different from the iPhone. Here is what I saw: