The annual Consumer Electronics Show kicks off today in Las Vegas, but several themes are already emerging in the tech space.
For decades CES has been the launching pad for everything from VCRs and CDs to game consoles and flat-screen TVs. But this year we might see more technologies that are woven into our everyday existence, not just entertainment.
I expect there to be lots of buzz about “smart kitchens” that go beyond turning off or on ovens with your smart phone, for example. Look for bar-code readings of products in refrigerators that can sense what you are getting low on and microwaves that can read packages so that they know how long to cook automatically.
— Option Monster