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Semiconductors Power the Latest Innovations at CES 2014

Posted on January 23, 2014 by Jack Trompert

The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brings together the technology of the future from many different companies all into one venue. The show featured more than 250 conference sessions and 850 speakers from the world’s leaders in technology and innovation.

You can find the full event recap on the CES website, including keynotes, the top 10 predictions for 2014, digital heath trends and more.

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Here’s a round up of media coverage that illuminates the new products and technology trends to watch.

Forbes – Gadgets From CES 2014

Top gadgets health related gadgets include a smart toothbrush, Gorilla glass anti-microbial screen for electronic devices, and fitness sensors.
Tech Radar – CES 2014 Top Moments

Smart wearables, Oculus Rift, Project Christine, and more. Reporters recap the stand out moments of the conference and what new products got the most interest.
The Guardian – CES 2014: connected cars, homes and ultra HD steal the show

Jason Harrison, CIO of Maxus recaps the technologies that most caught his attention with an overview of TV innovation to UHD or 4K television and the updated vision of the connected home.
Dallas News - The car of the future

Want to see the car dashboard of the future? Check out this story, which covers how Texas Instruments is driving the future of automotive technology.
Engadget - Video recap of best of CES

Brian Heater, host of The Engadget Show, brings together the best of CES in this video recap. If you’re in the market to buy a new television before the Super Bowl, you should watch this.

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Jack Trompert

In 2010, Jack and Janet Trompert started Talent 101 with a clear new vision on how to deliver talent to the marketplace. To work at Talent 101 is to be a part of something creative and big. From our modest roots as an ambitious startup, to becoming a global workforce solution provider to the world’s most recognized semiconductor companies, our growth and momentum owes a lot to our strong company culture of customer service, can do attitude, sense of urgency and always focus on the client and talent.