Every Sunday KW 2




Every Sunday KW 2
The end of the second calendar week of 2014 has arrived and with it the end of the Consumer Electronics Show ( CES ) in Las Vegas. We have shown massive prototypes which – if at all – only in the second half of the year are purchasable and the field of fitness tracker and sensors is extremely grow in the first half. Let’s see what solutions prevail.

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In the TV area is so well not even talked about that as 3D, and 4K is bent in. 4K is a great thing – if true because the transmitted material – and I can see that just is not so in the near future. Yes, booths such as Netflix and Amazon want to offer films in 4K, even the porn booths have already announced similar material, but that’s just in this country nothing for the masses.

Conclusion: if fitness tracker, SmartWatch or TV: all run after the supposed trend. Let’s see in a relaxed forward, what all comes so – from 24 February is also the Mobile World Congress, and even there we will certainly encounter some Mobile innovations.

How does it really look at you like you had any CES highlights that have you particularly liked? Let’s hear it!

And if you still need some reading material – here are the top 10 posts of the past week.

1 CES 2014: Embarrassing incident at the Samsung press conference with Michael Bay
2 CES 2014: Smart Pebble Watch Steel officially presented
3 Gmail: This is Google’s new mailing function
4 CES 2014: Synology DSM 5.0: new features and first beta in a few weeks
5 Dropbox struggling with problems
6 Synology DiskStation Manager DSM 5.0 gets Chrome Cast and Samsung Smart TV support
7 Black Nokia Lumia update starts world, these are the new features
8 CES 2014: Pebble: new SmartWatch string should be the Pebble Steel
9 Windows 9 will be released in April 2015 – with start menu
10 Spotify: iOS update brings free listening
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