CES Moment of Zen: A fuzzy friend

Amid the whirlwind of insanity at the largest electronics show of the year, we bring you one brief moment of awesome.

LAS VEGAS--It's officially Day 1 of the Consumer Electronics Show. Of course, the real work has been going on for a few days already.

We were at the keyboard so long for yesterday's parade of press conferences and ensuing live blogs that most of us stopped counting after we'd worked for 15 hours straight. And this morning, we got out of bed, strapped on our boots, and headed back out to start all over again. We're not exactly calling for our mommies--yet. But we were pretty close this morning.

So when Qualcomm brought out a familiar face at its keynote , which was the first of the day, these not-yet-fully-caffeinated souls instantly reverted back to childhood. On this groggy morning, this truly was a wonderful CES Moment of Zen.

Grover made an appearance at the Qualcomm keynote address this morning to help demo an augmented reality Sesame Street game using a tablet as a controller.
Grover made an appearance at the Qualcomm keynote address this morning to help demo an augmented-reality Sesame Street game using a tablet as a controller. James Martin/CNET

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Jennifer Guevin is managing editor at CNET, overseeing the ever-helpful How To section, special packages, and front-page programming. As a writer, she gravitates toward science, quirky geek culture stories, robots, and food. In real life, she mostly just gravitates toward food.

 

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