In February of 2004, the birth of CuteGeek.com came in the form of a dating site – at least that was the idea. Five years later, it remained a parked domain. During CES 2009, Michael Reyes (HardwareGeeks.com) started talking to his latest and greatest blogger (guess who’s writing this) Radiris Diaz about the site and from their experiences at the event, they realized that the female blogging space was a niche market, especially in technology because there was not enough women doing it, despite the amount of information out there to cover (especially when it came to consumer products). Source
Just in time for Valentine's Day, this week Macys announced an expansion of the retailers popular Ideology activewear line with the launch of ID Ideology, a mens collection available exclusively at 250Macys stores and online at macys.com. If you're looking for a gift for your geeky man that also works out they have some really cool tech hoodies and joggers active wear to choose from. Below is the remainder of the press release from Macy's this week with more information and pricing.
Unfortunately Cutegeek.com went down due to a hacker therefore here is one of the only of deleted articles said hacker removed. FUSEFUSE, the world's first modular wireless earbuds, was namedCES 2017 Honoree of Innovation Awards in both Wearable technologies and Headphones categories. FUSE is designed to be carried, charged, and connected in different wearable forms. FUSE consists of two cordless earbuds that fuse together via a connector to create a pill shaped module.
AOTMP, a global leader in telecom management best practices and industry standards for enterprises and vendors, has recently announced finalists for the 2017 Mobility Awards. This coveted awards program, which has been in place since 2001, represents the most innovative, state-of-the-art mobile and wireless products and solutions in today’s market. The list of finalists is now available at AOTMPconference.com/mobility-awards-finalists.
I'm seriously starting to think that robots really are taking over the planet! For the past couple months I've been posting articles on robots that will be launching or that have demos during CES and the list continues to expand. I've already introducted you all to Tipron, the Hease and the Robot helper at SJC but I'm learning lately that there are many more robots that will be at CES 2017. Below are a few robots I just learned about that will be at CES.
Unfortunately I will not be in Vegas till 2pm on the 3rd but for those who are already there check out the below GO-NV Summit at Manadalay Bay. Below is the official press release with more information on GO-NV Summit 2017. LAS VEGAS – In collaboration with CES® 2017, the Nevada Center for Advanced Mobility (CAM) and its partners are hosting the GO-NV Summit Jan. 3 at Mandalay Bay.
It looks like I will be spending a tad more time with the cool people at Cerevo at CES 2017. Earlier this month I posted an article on Cerevo's “Tipron” The Internet Connected Projection Home Robot and now they have another smart product to check out while at CES 2017. Cerevo announced today the global availability of “RIDE-1” will now be available for pre-order.
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Prevent Biometrics® is releasing and showcasing their new Head Impact Monitor at CES 2017. The Head Impact Monitor is embedded in the mouthguard that is paired with a mobile app to accurately detect potential concussion-causing impacts and provides real-time alerts. I am very excited to check this out at CES though odd I'm excited about a mouthguard. I played women's lacrosse at Texas State University and I have definitely taken it for the team a couple times on the field.
I can't play an instrument to save my life unless RockBand counts. I am however a singer, have a music room in my condo and surrounded by starving artists. At any occasion my friends or family will do impromptu jam sessions and iRig's nano battery-powered micro guitar amplifier would be a cool addition especially since it's very portable and tiny.
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