Not only did we get to see Intel's creepy (and beautiful) Spider Dress in person, we brought it to our stage to show all of you. We know you can't be at CES 2015, but we're going to do our best to bring you really great stuff on the show every day.
In addition to the, we also had the pleasure of welcoming Jessica Chobot (host of "Nerdist News) to the show, and she told us all about the gaming and VR tech that caught her eye at this year's convention. It's a great interview, and she's got a lot of insight into the industry, since she's a lifelong gamer.
Khail also found a robot that's challenging CES 2015 attendees to a game of beer pong, and we discuss Toyota's decision to make over 5,000 of their fuel cell patents open source, and Dish's newest subscription service for cutting your cable cord, Sling TV.
We'll be back tomorrow live on the main stage at CES 2015 at 1 p.m. PT; don't miss it!
Tomorrow Daily 107 [mp3]: CES 2015, robot beer pong, Intel Spider Dress, and Nerdist's Jessica Chobot
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