CES Day One: The Must-Reads

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Every day at CES, we’ll be bringing you the must-read articles from other sites around the internet, but that we won’t be able to get to ourselves due to our limited staff.

  • Engadget’s Joseph Volpe and Sara Silbert took an in-depth look at the Fitbit Flex, Fitbit’s answer to the Nike Fuelband and Jawbown Up. Fitness is a significant topic up for discussion at CES 2013, and with a rapidly expanding population of (frankly) unhealthy individuals, the discussion has never been more important. 
  • The Verge’s Trent Wolbe took a look deep into the dark heart of CES, and the current and future state of technology.
  • Engadget’s Dan Cooper went hands on with the latest iteration of Gorilla Glass, Gorilla Glass 3 at Peopcom. The next Gorilla Glass will launch in devices later this year, and offers additional level of protection over the current generations.
  • CNET looked at a new project from NVIDIA that aims to revolutionize the way we interact with our vehicles and console.
  • The Next Web’s Matthew Panzerino took a look at the Quantified Self and the Internet of Things, or how our data is being collected around the internet and explored how connectable devices can help collect your data in a meaningful way.
  • The Verge’s Vlad Savov went hands on with NVIDIA’s Project Shield, the handheld gaming/camera/jack-of-all-trades portable device that could soon see its way into our households.
  • Engadget’s Ben Gilbert happened across a mystery device running the equally mysterious Firefox OS, and took an in-depth look at the unsuspecting handset.


This article was written by Anthony Domanico

Anthony is the Editor in Chief of Techgress, and a big mobile and gaming geek. He's covered mobile technology for the better part of three years, and gets excited about shiny, new things. He currently uses an iPhone, iPad Mini, and Nexus 7, but Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry devices are never too far away.

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