CES 2014: The Aftermath, a Journalist Reports (roundup)

For a journalist, there is a lot of work after CES sorting through the piles of USBs and business cards. Reviews editor Sandy Berger reports and presents a roundup of all our CES 2014 articles, reviews, previews and videos so far.

aNewDomain.net — Going to CES … going … gone.

The lights of Las Vegas twinkle through my hotel window on this — the last evening of the last day of CES 2014. The parties are over. The doors to the conference center are closed. The displays have been broken down and are on their way to their various homes.

Going … going … still here.

Editor’s note: Scroll below the fold for a roundup of all stories and videos from CES 2014 that Sandy and our team have posted so far.

After two days of press exhibits and four days of walking the floor, I am exhausted. The activities at CES were great. A journalist like me, however, can’t afford to be tired. The work is just beginning. Although I have written several stories, it is now time to remember everything I saw and to go through all the press kits, papers, and business cards that I’ve collected. Luckily, most press kits are not paper anymore. Most are online or on small, easily-portable USB drives. As you can see from this picture, many companies use unique sizes and shapes to make their press kits stand out in the crowd of USB drives. (Check out the guitar, Spiderman, Hello Kitty.)

All following image credits: Sandy Berger

USB press kits

Of course, as shown in this picture, I also gathered a plethora of business cards.

CES cards

Sorting through all of this to follow up on products that may or may not actually be on the market this year is sure to take me a few weeks. But being aware of the latest and greatest products is well worth the effort.

Here’s what our team has posted so far.

All CES Coverage

Texas Instruments DLP: Old Chipset, New Tricks, Futuristic Products by Ant Pruitt

T-Mobile’s Get Out of Jail Free Offer: How It Works by Sandy Berger

Sandy Berger: CES 2014 Best Displays, Best Smartphones, Best Tech Gallery by Sandy Berger

Mat Lee: Precision Guided Firearms Don’t Scare Me, Skynet Does by Mat Lee

CES 2014: Escort PASSPORT Max Digital Radar, Laser Detectors Forge Ahead by Mike Olsen, with video.

CES 2014: Oculus Rift VR Doesn’t Make ME Sick (hands-on preview) by Mat Lee

CES 2014: Weary Retinas? Reticare Debuts Mobile Ocular Shield by Todd Townsend, with video

CES 2014: Need an Escape? Avegant Glyph Take Me Away (preview) by Mat Lee

Mat Lee: Why Yuneec Electric Longboards Rocked My World at CES 2014 by Mat Lee with video

CES 2014: Xi3 Modular Computing for Gaming — and Enterprise (analysis) by Ant Pruitt

CES 2014: Need an Escape? Avegant Glyph Take Me Away (preview) by Mat Lee

CES 2014: Escort Passport Radar Detector (video) by Todd Townsend

CES 2014: NeatCloud, Crumpled Receipts and Your Business By Todd Townsend

Alan Wallace: What I Saw at CES 2014 and How I Recovered (gallery) by Alan Wallace

CES 2014: Chevy Launches 4G LTE Connected Cars for 2015 by Sandy Berger

CES 2014: Double Robotics, Your Telepresence on Steroids, Wheels by Alfred Poor

CES 2014: Vaping Much? VaporX Biometric Vaporizer Debuts by Gina Smith

It’s going to be a great year in technology. For aNewDomain.net, I’m Sandy Berger.

Based in Pinehurst, North Carolina, Sandy Berger is a veteran tech journalist and senior editor at aNewDomain.net covering tech tips and tricks, apps, gadgets, and consumer electronics. Email her at Sandy@aNewDomain.net. Follow her on Twitter @sandyberger, +SandyBerger on Google+, and on Facebook.

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Sandy Berger

Based in New Jersey, Sandy Berger is reviews editor for aNewDomain.