Gesture Interface at CES Taps Ultrasound

Gesture recognition technology on display at 2014 International CES may be the cure for those frustrated by sensitive touchscreen sensors. For the first time in the United States, Norwegian company Elliptic Labs will exhibit its Elliptic SDK, which uses ultrasound for touchless gesturing on Android and Windows operating systems. “A lot of consumers are looking…

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Qualcomm Unveils Auto Game Plan at CES

It's official. Qualcomm's next trip — beyond smartphones and tablets — will be in a car. The San Diego-based cellular chip giant has come to the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week to unveil the company's automotive strategy. In an interview with EE Times, Kanwalinder Singh, senior vice president of business development for Qualcomm…

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CES Unveiled: Toys, Fitness, Surveillance & IoT

From cleverly designed toys and wellness devices to alternative energy ideas and device virtualization software for the Internet of Things, International CES has got it. CES, which started out strictly as a tradeshow for dealers of audio/video and home entertainment systems, has become the annual make-or-break showcase for startups, software designers, and propeller-heads to test…

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CES 2014: It’s More Than Gadgets

Everyone knows the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is all about showcasing the latest and greatest electronic gadgets. Sure 4K ultra HD (UHD) TVs are pretty amazing, and so are the curved TVs, as well as some of the wearable devices and tablets crammed with all kinds of functionality. But these devices wouldn’t exist without…

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