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  • CEA Updates – The Consumer Electronics Association continues to grow its international presence by hosting a series of CES Unveiled events leading up to the International CES. Krista Silano is on the show with details about the upcoming CES Unveiled Paris in this week's CEA Update.
  • Consumer Reports Feature – Amazon's first-ever smartphone, the Fire Phone, is now on sale, exclusively on AT&T. It boasts some intriguing features and technology, but does it deliver? Consumer Reports Electronics spokesman James McQueen is on the show with a first look review.
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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Apple is said to team with Swatch for smart watch
Apple is reportedly working with Swatch on a line of smart watches and is thought to be considering a line of products with several partners. Meanwhile, new Mac models are expected to make their debut this fall, and Apple's order for a reported 80 million units of the new iPhone is boosting activity at manufacturers across Asia. More -- VentureBeat

13 YouTube Tricks for True PowerYOUsers
The YouTubiverse is a strange place ruled by cats and inhabited by millions of soon-to-be celebrities who excel at #Fail-ing, eating copious amounts of condiments, and twerking. Sometimes all at the same time. The engineers making things run at the Google subsidiary have their game locked down. But within its vast, well-oiled ecosystem, there are features you've never used. Here are 13 little-known tricks and features that even you, o' veteran of the Internet, may have never even heard about. More -- Evan Dashevsky, PCMag.com


Motorola tackles smartphone security with digital tattoos
Motorola is offering a small sticker with circuits that attaches to the skin like a digital tattoo and can be used to unlock the Moto X smartphone without typing in a pin. The product was developed by VivaLnk and can be purchased in a pack of 10 for $10. Each sticker lasts about five days. More -- eWeek/Upfront blog


HMMM... "Wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times."

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Nissan to develop autonomous driving technology
Explaining that the era of completely self-driving vehicles is likely still years away, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said the automaker will begin incrementally introducing cutting-edge "Autonomous Drive" technology beginning in 2016 that will take more control out of the hands of drivers. According to Ghosn, the features on tap include remote parking -- which could enable cars to drive themselves out of parking garages -- and connected technologies that allow vehicles to automatically negotiate traffic jams and intersections. More -- Techhive.com

Judge may find FilmOn in contempt
U.S. District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald may find FilmOn X in contempt of court for continuing to stream broadcast television shows for about two weeks after the Supreme Court ruled that Aereo's streaming of such broadcasts was a violation of the copyright law. "The day the Supreme Court decided Aereo, you no longer had the cover of the 2nd Circuit's opinion. On that day, FilmOn X should have pulled all of the content," Judge Buchwald said in a hearing related to the 2010 lawsuit brought by broadcasters against FilmOn. More -- Advanced Television

Nvidia officially debuts the Shield Tablet
Nvidia officially debuts the Shield Tablet Nvidia has introduced the Android-based Shield Tablet, an 8-inch slate with the company's K1 processor for playing games that hits U.S. store shelves this month and goes on sale next month in Europe. The tablet is priced at $299 with a Wi-Fi connection and $399 with a cellular connection, along with a $59 wireless controller. More -- Bloomberg

HMMM... "If I waste time, do I damage eternity?"

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Apple reportedly places initial orders for large-screen iPhone 6
Apple reportedly has placed an initial production order of 70 million to 80 million units for two versions of the rumored iPhone 6, one with a 4.7-inch screen and one with a 5.5-inch screen, according to sources. The company anticipates increased demand through its alliance with China Mobile and the growing popularity of large-screen smartphones in emerging markets. More -- Wall Street Journal

Sony finds some success in resurrected Walkman
The Sony Walkman ZX1, a $700 gadget that can store 128 gigabytes of high-resolution audio files, has sold well in Japan since its debut late last year, and the company has since rolled out the product in Asian and European markets. The ZX1 has yet to hit the U.S., raising questions on whether the Walkman brand still has legs among American consumers 35 years after the first Walkman was sold, Kana Inagaki writes. Sony is betting that high-resolution audio's sound quality could help it sell high-end music players and headphones. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)

Brands enhance offerings on fitness trackers
Wearable smart devices and fitness trackers for mobile devices are using data to adapt to consumer needs, with companies such as Nike and The North Face leading the way. Among the advancements are social media features and more useful data for consumers regarding their fitness activities. More -- Adweek

HMMM... "If ignorance is bliss, why aren't more people happy?"

Tech Tip of The Week

Tech for Travel …
If you’re looking for some great last minute travel deals this summer, use your tech and find the best. Last Minute Travel has deals on many locations offering some pretty cool discounts for booking at the last minute.  They have you covered with flights, hotel and rental cars that have been anxiously awaiting someone to use them and before they let them go unused, they will offer them to you cheap! Travelzoo is another great place to check with as they have some awesome packages to choose from which can be helpful if you don’t know where you’d like to go. Priceline lists their best last minute deals and you can decide from them as to where you’d like to go. The sites will not only list the last minute deals but they have pictures and information on the places to stay and visit like those listed from Expedia. If you are looking while on the go, most of these sites have mobile apps available as well.  Jetsetter, Very Last Room and Book Tonight are all great mobile Apps to check out as well. And if a last minute getaway isn’t in the cards, Staycations are a great way to have fun with family and friends.  Living Well Spending Less and Moms Need To Know have some awesome ideas which all can be done last minute. While you’re relaxing with family and friends be sure to visit us "Into Tomorrow"!

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