[Must Read: CEA Innovation Winners: Best Of The Best At CES 2015]Mercedes F015 Mercedes Benz unveiled the beautifully futuristic F015 Luxury in Motion “car of the future”. The spacious silver bullet of a body was remarkably open inside, with rotating chairs for passengers that made it more akin to a futuristic lounge room than a car. The concept car is just merely a concept right now, but with basic connectivity standards such as mobile wifi-hotspots and innovative infotainment systems - this car of the future will certainly ensure that the future looks bright and luxurious. Looking for more news and gadgets, gizmos and more found at CES 2015? Visit DivasandDorks.com all week long for videos, recaps and even connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and more today! You don’t want to miss the best trending in tech from the largest tech trade show in the world – it’s CES 2015!
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BMWS OF THE FUTURE WILL HAVE SAMSUNG TABLETS AND GESTURE CONTROLBMW showed off a couple near-future technologies that'll be available on cars in the next few years. The first doesn't really sound futuristic at all — it's just a generic Samsung tablet, but the magic is in how tightly BMW's managed to integrate it with the car's systems. The "Touch Command" system includes the small Android tablet and a dock in the rear seat, allowing rear passengers to change climate settings, switch radio stations, adjust their seats, and more — in other words, it's basically a portable iDrive controller for when you're getting chauffeured around. [Read More.]
HYUNDAI WILL LET YOU START YOUR CAR WITH AN ANDROID WEAR WATCHThe app gives drivers the ability to access remote vehicle operations right from their wrists, such as starting and stopping the engine, locking and unlocking the doors, and activating safety features like flashing the headlights or honking the horn. Users will be able to locate their car or call roadside assistance from the app as well. [Read More.]
The F 015 Luxury in Motion — yes, "Luxury in Motion" is part of the car's name — is basically a sleek pod with a huge passenger compartment, a fortuitous side effect of an imagined future where we spend most of our times chilling out in cars while they drive us around all by themselves. Mercedes actually calls the cabin "lounge-like," thanks to four rotating seats that can face each other. [Read More.] Discover more automotive previews and news you can use at DivasDriveInHeels.com! Looking for more breaking news and gadgets, gizmos and more found at CES 2015? Visit DivasandDorks.com all weekend long and even connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and more today! You don’t want to miss the action from the largest tech trade show in the world – it’s CES 2015! via
The MeU display is built into the vest and can send messages, show logos and feature LED messages (for promotional use of course!)The fashion show, which was hosted by Project Runway alum Nick Verreos, highlighted both eye-popping and conspicuous wearable technology, like a belt with hidden phone chargers and pieces from the Misfit Swarovski fitness tracker collection that counts your steps. This dress syncs up with your smartphone and displays incoming call alerts, social media alerts and other messages directly on the embedded screen. This one-sleeved dress displays a falling pedal animation. While there isn't much use for having a display like this on a dress, it's all about personalization and adding personality to what you're wearing. The XOO Belt is a high-end accessory that charges your smartphone and other gadgets. It was designed in collaboration with British fashion house Casely-Hayford, a favorite brand of celebrities like David Beckham and Benedict Cumberbatch. This dress is color sensitive. By touching any color to a sensor trigger at the top of the dress, the LED lights (which cascade across the fabric) change. While some of the ensembles on the catwalk were in the flashy spirit of the fashion world, and not for casual everyday use, Verreos believes technology will come to clothing in a subtle, useful way. "Fabrics will eventually become high tech, too; a sweatshirt could become warmer and thicker in the cold and then lighter when you want it to," Verreos said. "You could control all of that by an app. There are all types of wearables that could really impact fashion. What do you think? In what ways would you like to see technology influence fashion (or vice versa)? Share your thoughts on these designs and your ideas on what fashionable tech means to you below. Looking for more breaking news and gadgets, gizmos and more found at CES 2015? Visit DivasandDorks.com all week long and even connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and more today! You don’t want to miss the action from the largest tech trade show in the world – it’s CES 2015! via
Best At CES 2015
Z-Air: Multifunction Air LightZ-Air is a ceiling fan with concealed blades, air purification, and LED lamp integrated together into a sleek and aesthetically pleasing dome. Simple and easy installation plus smart automation for hassle-free use and operation.
SnapIndoor/Outdoor LED PAR lamp with integrated 720p HD IP Camera, microphone, and speaker. Supports cloud recording/playback, voice and motion activation, facial/activity recognition for home security, automation, and commercial applications.
Air2This patent pending media player is the first of it's kind (but it promises imitations may soon follow) floating Bluetooth speaker that levitates over its base and punches out very acoustic yet powerful sound.
Samsung 105" Bendable TV
Emotia Smart BeltLooking for a little help trimming that post-holiday waist? Making its' CES Unveiled debut, the Emotia Smart Belt might just be the next accessory you need! Equipped with small sensors, an accelerator and gyroscope, this Emotia Smart Belt will track your health and encourage you to keep active. It will also loosen up if you eat a bit too much. (I know too many people that could use this technology right this moment - including myself >.<)
Smart ring by RINGSmart watches are everywhere this season, if you want to switch up how you effectively control your smartphone / tablet - and stand out from a sea of smart watch straps, check out the smart ring, by RING! This smart ring by RING allows you to control your smartphone or tablet using just gestures and movements in your hand.
Zensorium Being SmartwatchWant a smart watch that does more than track your steps and post-holiday weight? The Zensorium Being offers more than just your typical smartwatch features. This wearable will read your mood and track your sleep patterns too.
The InBody BandFitness trackers are ultimately what you make of it. Depending on how deep you want to dive into the inner workings of your body, the InBody Band might just be the fitness tracker for you. The InBody Band shares similar features with other fitness trackers, however 4 additional sensors on this device allow it to also calculate muscle mass, body mass index, and your body fat percentage.
The Garmin vívofit 2Looking for a little style to go with you quest for fitness band greatness? The vívofit 2 features fitness tracking technologies and syncs wirelessly to Garmin Connect, Garmin's free online fitness community. This device will continue to run 24/7 for up to 1 year without a battery change. That's stylishly huge! Which of these smart wearables could you use towards your fitness goals this year? Looking for more breaking news and gadgets, gizmos and more found at CES 2015? Visit DivasandDorks.com all week long and even connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and more today! You don't want to miss the action from the largest tech trade show in the world - it's CES 2015!
Check out the final day of fun from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. For the fourth year in a row, DivasandDorks.com has been on the ground running to highlight only the biggest and brightest trends at CES 2014 – check out the video below with the best of CES gadgets and gizmos that you'll want to own right away! This year, we’ve partnered with OnStar and General Motors to bring the hottest trends in tech directly to a screen near you with daily “trendspotting” videos daily on Fastlane.GM.com and DivasandDorks.com. From flying drones to energy-efficient smart bikes, there’s no shortage of ways to stay entertained with these tech toys that's sure to be on your wish list soon.
Check out all the fun from Day 2 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. For the fourth year in a row, DivasandDorks.com will be on the ground running to show you only the biggest and brightest trends at CES 2014.This year, we’ve partnered with OnStar and General Motors to bring the hottest trends in tech directly to a screen near you with daily “trendspotting” videos daily on Fastlane.GM.com and DivasandDorks.com. Noticing the sleek curves of the Corvette and the angular lines of the Chevy Spark, it’s apparent that Chevrolet embraces the evolution of style and form. Aside from vehicles, products that combine style, form and functionality on the show floor include transformative TVs, smartphones, cameras and more. Check out the full video featuring, Samsung UHDTVs, the LG G Flex and 360 Fly Panoramic camera below:
Our world is being transformed by embedded and wearable technology where style, function, and tech intersect. FashionWare is an all new lifestyle TechZone that is taking place at the 2014 CES. The FashionWare will feature jackets that adjust based on outside temperature, solar-charging handbags, and health monitoring devices. The event is topped off with an after party and live runway show on Thursday. “The fashion industry is a 972 billion dollar industry but it’s remained virtually unchanged, one of the last holdouts for incorporating high tech. That’s about to change. You’re about to witness a remarkable fashion show where high tech is integral to high fashion.” source Talking Fashion and tech and perfect for this cold weather, here are a perfect pair of winter gloves. The U/R ‘Shorty’ Tech Gloves has a conductive palm that is tech-friendly for touch screens. MommyTech – cool. calm. connected. The Internet of Things, “a movement to create a world of Internet-connected smart products from coffee pots to key chains, will find its most lucrative audience in MommyTech, a focused lifestyle TechZone at CES.” Tech savvy moms, who wear multiple hats in their life, and are the largest, fastest growing group of tech consumers, juggle multiple priorities. To keep families connected and make the home more efficient, moms us their smart mobile devices. On the agenda the MomTech Zone event will features devices like smart door locks, toothbrushes, wrist watches, smoke detectors, ovens, home security systems, garage doors, and toys all controlled by a smart mobile device. The possibilities are endless. your smart phone acts as the remote controls for these products, that can remotely lock doors, turn off lights, lower the garage door, or turn on the air conditioning. No more stressing out, just quickly control the device. One such device is the Nest Carbon Monoxide Detector. This is no ordinary carbon monoxide detector. “… it tells you where smoke is or when carbon monoxide levels are rising. This gives you an earlier warning if there’s an emergency, or allows you to silence Nest Protect if it’s just a nuisance alarm, like an overly enthusiastic toaster.” source The detector will send a message to your smartphone or tablet if the smoke or carbon monoxide detector goes off. Let’s not forget the children in all this tech talk. Samsung is teaming up with Fingerprint, a kid’s software provider to build a mobile kids app for Samsung mobile devices. Called Samsung Kids Mobile Network powered by Fingerprint, the service will offer safe apps and games for kids’ ages 3 to 7, launches first quarter 2014.
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