LAS VEGAS — Here’s a random bunch of photos from CES, including a phonecam shot I took last night of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck’s surprise appearance at a Lenovo and Microsoft party at the Venetian.
After PR executives from Lenovo and Microsoft flailed throwing footballs through a target in a charity game — with a PC given to charities for every score — Luck came on stage and threw a few in. Lenovo then said it would give 40 PCs to charity.
Frustrated with your cellphone? This is the game for you:
Not-so-smart babies are on their own, apparently:
Android-based “Smart TV” adapters are a dime a dozen at CES, especially in the wing dominated by Asian manufacturers.
Don’t be surprised to find $30 models at the grocery checkout stand, next to the gum and lip balm.
But if you want the best, the standard, ask for it by name: TizzBird, The smarter Media Player.