Flir showed off a "hot" gadget at CES 2014. The turns iPhones into heat sensors with a thermal image display. The Flir One, expected to retail for under $350, will work with the iPhone 5 and 5S.
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Playstation Now dives into streaming
Sony moves into the streaming game ecosystem with Playstation Now, a service that will allow you to stream PS3 games to the PS4, PS3, Vita, and Bravia TVs. Per-item rental and subscription plans are coming this summer.
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ZTE bets on 'death of the camera' prediction with Nubia
ZTE looks like it's buying into the "death of the camera" rumors with its Nubia 5S and 5 Mini phones. Both feature 13-megapixel rear facing cameras and 5-megapixel front-facing cameras, sure to tempt those who only want to carry one device.
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Steam gets hardware with 13 upcoming Steam Machines
While Sony moves into streaming onto their devices, Steam is working on getting more hardware for their streamed games. The gaming service has partnered with companies -- including Alienware -- to have 13 new Steam Machines coming this year, all showcased at CES 2014.
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Coolest entrance at CES 2014? Doc Brown in his Delorean
Audi or F-16? 2015 will bring the Audi TT a virtual cockpit
Audi showed off the 2015 TT at CES 2014, which will feature an array of applications from navigation to media controls that will put everything you need at the touch of a button -- right on the TT's dashboard.