Question of the Day: What Will You Remember From CES 2015?

For the most part, CES 2015 is over. Technically, the show floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center is still open until Friday, but the big announcements and product unveilings stopped once Tuesday finished. Wait, were there big product announcements and unveilings? I guess that’s what we want to find out now.

The DL crew is headed out of Vegas today, as our time covering one of the year’s largest electronics events is officially over. If we stay any longer, things will only get weirder than we need them to.

As we leave, we wanted to hear from DL readers – is there anything you will remember from this year’s CES? Will it be the G Flex 2 or Sony’s insanely priced Walkman? The Moto X Pro? Maybe it won’t even be Android related? What about Quantum dot TVs or all of the car tech or the flood of wearables? How about the “Internet of Things?”

Take to the comments and let us know!

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Sony Walkman NW-ZX2 Hands-on and Tour

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Sony expects to price the Walkman NW-ZX2 around $1000, shipping it with Android 4.2.2, which is apparently the most stable build of Android released. When asked, a Sony representative stated that the company was more focused on delivering a consistent and smooth experience, not running the latest build of Android. Needless to say, it is possible Sony will not spend many resources on updating the Walkman anytime soon to Lollipop.  (more…)

Kenwood Announces the DDX9902S With Android Auto

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