Aaa, whatsup everybody?
On today's show
At CES 2015.
Here it comes.
Everybody be careful.
Everybody don't get too close, it might attack you.
Kale do not touch the model.
Yeah, I'd be far away right now.
And keep your hands off the model.
To introduce Mercedes Benz vision of the car of the future.
If someone is trying to make off with your bike, you can get a notification on your smartphone.
This is the USB you've been waiting for.
USB type C 3.1 is a reversible connector.
LG just launched its second generation.
Curved phone, the LG G Flex 2. You can see what you would look like with really dramatic makeup.
For instance, I got crazy eyelashes and bright red lips.
We're gonna start by talking about connectivity to the car.
I can push this button here on the smartwatch.
And the car will then navigate on its own.
What is special and unique and different about the phone is that it actually has the rear.
Free eight megapixel camera, that's right.
It's really nice to talk about one of the most exciting topics at CES this years, the connected home, the smart home.
It's an industry first.
It's the LG Twin Wash system.
But the real showstopper at this year's, show, the world.
World's thinnest LCD TV.
All right we're gonna play a little drone ping-pong and stay in one position, avoiding us at all time.
Now look there's a complex, complex thing right here.
These are high-complexity moves.
Difficulty level, second to none.
Welcome to C/Net's next big thing.
We officially launched our new internet video service and we call it Sling Television.
Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to era of S.U.H.
I've been practicing with it for about 10 minutes and I have to say it's really cool and to be honest I kind of want one.
And it will let drivers know that you.
You wanna turn left.
I've never been able to get shots like that before.
And I actually have shots of my board from underneath.
So basically, virtually everything you see on her here is pre-printed.
It took 180 hours to print.
Take a look at her.
It's totally worth it isn't it.
And welcome back to the C/Net Stage live from the C.E.S.
I'm Brian Tong and joining me, uh-oh, uh-oh, is the Rizzah
Nick Cannon, live here, make some noise everybody.
What's up, what's up,
What up, baby.
It's always fun here at CNET so, you know, I stop by and see you guys ever year.
I mean, it's cool, it's to the point that we get to know each other on a first name basis.
Yeah, they're wearing one of the tag trackers, right?
Henry's wearing one.
Yeah they are wearing tag trackers and they are going to make their way into the.
Yeah, I can see them on the map on your laptop.
Henry's just right outside the convention center.
Oh there, here we go.
Henry has arrived.
You don't want to start it today?
I, I, I'm.
Because I don't really like my, my booty like that.
Well they, that's a ladies.
I'm I'm just insecure about my backside.
This is actually a rather cruel glimpse like an alternate vision where, where I could have been potentially clearly a lot more handsome.
Dr. Phil can't relieve my doses, explosive, corrosive, metamorphic, oracle, vocalists, tilt planets backwards.
Has the technology in it to just, creates, it's an adjustable pouch in it.
For men, it'll allow us to not allow our man apples [LAUGH] to rest beside our legs.
I'm a karaoke fan.
I saw this booth, I freaked out.
I was like, what is going on?
This is called SingTrix.
Virtual reality is a big.
Thing this year.
We're signing off.
We made it.
From the Las Vegas Convention center.
Thanks a lot guys.