To cap off the week, we’re bringing you a round-up of stories related to the Consumer Electronics show in Vegas, which ends today. What you see on the floor at this show may impact how we digest – and potentially engage with – all forms of media, from Traditional to Social. Some (ahem, The Atlantic) have questioned it’s potential to attract game changing technology, however it’s easy to see the everyday business value in showing here. That, and sometimes it’s not about breaking boundaries but rather evolving and pushing the current envelope ever so slightly to prep consumers for even bigger break throughs. Curious to see some of what you might expect in the coming year? Read on for our favorite stories and trends:
- From a computerized fork that alerts you when you’re eating too fast to the most high-def television EVER, the team at HuffPost Tech reveals the gadgets they found most intriguing here.
- Technology is still (mostly) missing the mark with women, says AdAge panel. Agreed?
- Rad or bad: Snooki attracts more attention than Bill Clinton. (via Mashable)
- Death to 3D in 2013? Read more at PSFK.