We’re LIVE at CES 2014 in Las Vegas!


Every January tech industry influencers, enthusiasts, stakeholders, analysts, and media flock to Sin City – Las Vegas, Nevada – fro what is arguably the biggest tech event of the year. In the world. And once again we’re here to cover every drip of Android news we get our hands on. Say hello to the team team covering CES 2014: Chris Chavez, Edgar Cervantes, Kevin Krause, and myself.


It all starts tonight at CES Unveiled where we’ll see goodies from the likes of Lenovo, LG and Samsung. Then, at 10:45PM Eastern, we’ll be covering the NVIDIA Press Conference LIVE and reporting back to you with hands-on footage from the event.

Tomorrow is the biggest day of CES 2014: Press Day. Lots of your favorite tech companies will host huge press events, presentations, and hands-on in advance of the actual CES showroom event. Heres a list of the participants:

  • LG
  • Bosch
  • Sharp
  • Monster Cable
  • Panasonic
  • Huawei
  • Dish Network
  • VOXX
  • Qualcomm
  • Intel
  • Toyota
  • Samsung
  • Hisense
  • Formula E
  • Makerbot
  • Epson
  • Sony

And then sanity spirals out of control on Tuesday as the doors to the showroom floor fly open and even more mayhem begins.

Check in throughout the day, night, and week as we bring you first hand coverage of the tech that will make 2014 tick. You can follow all of our CES 2014 coverage by clicking here.

Rob Jackson
I'm an Android and Tech lover, but first and foremost I consider myself a creative thinker and entrepreneurial spirit with a passion for ideas of all sizes. I'm a sports lover who cheers for the Orange (College), Ravens (NFL), (Orioles), and Yankees (long story). I live in Baltimore and wear it on my sleeve, with an Under Armour logo. I also love traveling... where do you want to go?

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  1. I just want a nexus 10 announcement…

  2. Drink one for me… please!

  3. Why’d they bring Kevin? Apple’s not showing anything.

  4. Chris + google glass + Vegas, fun times to be had by all }:-)>

  5. What’s Kevin Krause doing there ? Im pretty skeptical cRapple will be releasing anything lol

    1. By the look at that pic he needs an iBra. Nice man boobs ;)

      1. Children need to be in school.

  6. I wish i was attending

  7. I just wish I could attend MWC

  8. I think HTC’s One+, LG’s G Flex are the two marquee phones at CES. Sony might do something too. For those who think the S5 will be unveiled at CES, don’t get your hopes up. It will probably like the last two years: an Unpacked event in March/April.

  9. I have a feeling CES is going to be a snore fest… Most phone manufacturers host their own events now, the most we’ll see is a few nice lil cameras, some new chipsets and some other passable items, CES is not what it was 3 years ago

    1. Agree 100000%. Everybody overhypes CES every year & then 2 days after it’s over does nothing but complain about how crappy it was.

      1. Absolutely, oh and we will see some tablets and phones made by ZTE that no one will buy

  10. The best part of CES, Vegas baby!

  11. Looks like it’s cold over there lol

  12. Waiting on LG. I want the Chromebook from the pics that were leaked.

    1. I want to buy a chromebook maybe I should wait to see what comes out

  13. Quentyn Kennemer should be there

  14. Yesss it’s finally time!!!

  15. You should drop off goodies you snag for me at my work. In return I will give you fun Car-Swag! :D

    We’re only 10-minutes from the convention center!

  16. Still hoping for my dream fitness smartwatch to be released by someone. It would look something like a Nike+ with a wrist band that has 2 columns of anchoring holes and a clamp down wristband as well as e-ink display. Then track multiple sports like TomTom multi-sport and allow Bluetooth peripherals like cadence sensors etc. Then it would have sensors like a Basis (hrm, skin temp, galvanic response and pedometer…though more accurate on the pedometer like a Fitbit) and then the private call capabilities, api, and other features of a HotWatch. I won’t hold my breath though. =/

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