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Screenshot of Dylan Tweney on Fox Business talking to Charles Payne.

Screenshot of Dylan Tweney on Fox Business talking to Charles Payne.

Wearables will be everywhere at CES, I said last week on the eve of the big gadget show.

“Everyone wants to be the next Apple watch,” I told Fox Business, “but unfortunately we’re going to have to wait for the Apple Watch to come out.” And as everyone knows, Apple doesn’t do CES.

I also talked about the 8k TVs that will be hyped at this year’s CES. “Manufacturers are going to be showing off 8K TVs, which are 16 times as many pixels that you have in your HD TV today,” I said. “But there’s no content for 8K, there are no cameras for 8K, and most people don’t even know why they need a 4K TV yet.”

What else could I complain about? Virtual reality masks like Oculus VR. If you liked the way you looked in Google Glass, you’re going to love Oculus, I joked.

Dylan’s Desk: Saddle your horses and fire up the 3D printer

MakerBot from Venturebeat on Vimeo. Is there anything more American than a robot that can create anything you want out of a spool of plastic and some electricity? It’s only a slight exaggeration to say that 3D printers offer levels of Jeffersonian self-reliance that our founding fathers only dreamed of. “We have a consumer product […]

Sprint Leapfrogs Verizon With Fast 4G Hot-Spot Device | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

Verizon’s MiFi was one of our favorite products of 2009: It takes a 3G wireless data signal and turns it into a Wi-Fi hot spot. Now Sprint has one-upped Verizon with the Overdrive, which takes a 4G signal and turns it into a Wi-Fi hot spot. On Sprint’s WiMax-based 4G network, the Overdrive, which is […]

Microsoft Touts Home Entertainment at CES Keynote | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

LAS VEGAS — Microsoft detailed plans for XBox 360 enhancements, a new gesture-driven interface for the XBox and a tablet-style Windows PC tonight at a keynote presentation kicking off the Consumer Electronics Show here. It was the second year as CES headliner for Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, who took over the keynote spot from his […]