Since getting a slow start a few years back, devices running Google’s Chrome OS haven’t really been a “thing” at CES. This year looks different as LG pre-announced a Chromebase, more Chromebooks are expected and the platform is gaining momentum
CES pre-announcements started in earnest this week with Acer debuting two tablets before the show. Samsung has new Android cameras and maybe a more appealing design for its Galaxy S 5. Pandora lovers can now use the app as an alarm clock.
With the dawn of wearable technology, games are sure to become an important part of the experience. But if it’s the same old games on smart watches and glasses, I’m already over it.
What do you get when you combine an Android console, an open software platform and a treadmill? The chance to run with Google Glass which can control the whole thing, giving new meaning to getting your Glass into shape.
Here are some things to look out for at the Consumer Electronics Show: really sharp TV pictures, wireless music and not much on the phone front.