Gizmodo says, "It'll totally make you feel like you're in the know."
Middle-school nostalgia by way of splitter headphones and 100-disc CD changers.
A psychedelic videocam, a Broadway tracker, a nostalgic video generator, a lyrical Rock Band, and mature ringtones.
A trove of free audiobooks, a karaoke-anywhere app, an artistic statement for your phone, Johnny Knoxville on the iPad, and more.
Now some of that clipping and remixing will be legal!
Vulture Bytes: A Black Market Steve Jobs–in-Carbonite iPod Case, and How to Make Your MP3s Feel Like LPs
George Lucas meets Steve Jobs: Oh, the crossed geekstreams!
Special glasses that get rid of all that 3-D retrofitting, as well s the online video service you'll want to ditch Netflix for.
A vocab lesson in the form of a cassette, a randomized movie clip app, and more.
Plus: a piece of plastic to make your life more cluttered, a table that plays music, and more.
And "creative innovation" is not a euphemism for "club tracks."
Who needs unobtainable CES gear when you can go to Ikea instead?
Vegas is now the home of every iPad wannabe known to man.
An easier way to beam Hulu back to your TV, a worldwide-radio app, and rock-bottom Kanye.