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Calif. where it interpreted between German and English in a conversation Verge reports There are plans to add several languages including Chinese Windows 8 users will be able to use a beta version of Skype Translator by the end of the year said Gurdeep Pall Microsofts vice president of Skype and Lync Microsoft has been working on machine translation for more than a decade but doing so with Skype only seemed like a possibility very recently the company said on the Microsoft Research site Unlike Skype the Skype Translator feature is not expected to be free [Verge] Contact us at editors@timecomWhen I attended my first Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in 1976 I was in my mid-20s new to the tech scene and highly impressionable When I entered the show floor back then my senses were bombarded by audio and video displays and vendors hawking their tech toys In those days Playboy Bunnies and Penthouse Pets were routinely used to draw dealers into booths in fact part of CES included an adult video section since VCRs and their tapes were considered tech products Fast-forward to today and CES has morphed into one of the most respectable consumer business events in the world Hosted annually in Las Vegas it spans more than two million square feet of show floor and includes enough gadgetry to fill 35 football fields The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) which puts on the show said it expects between 150000 and 160000 industry professionals to attend CES between Jan 6-10 2015 on par with last years show Every year leading up to CES I get hundreds of requests to meet with companies that want to show off their latest and greatest gadgets Based on those invites I’ve got some guesses as to what will be hot at CES 2015: 1 4K Televisions and sound bars High-def televisions were the big news at CES five to seven years ago TV makers’ goal was to get everyone to move from analog to HD digital TVs and that push has been widely successful Now the industry is set to take television to the next level with 4k TVs 4K TVs are capable of displaying four times the resolution of todays HD sets provided you’re playing true 4K content on them At this year’s CES we’ll see well over 100 different 4k TV models from dozens of vendors showing off stunning images and video Sound bars tiny sound systems that sit in front of your TV and pump out HD stereo and 51 surround sound audio will also be hot at CES this year 4K TVs tend to be very slim meaning there isn’t much room for serious speakers inside them Sound bars fill that gap greatly enhancing sound quality to match 4K TVs’ incredible visual output Also dont be surprised if we see a couple of 8K televisions launched at the show Although 4K will be the big thing for the next three-to-four years 8K TVs will debut in time for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo which should be broadcast in 8K by that time 2 Connected Everything The Internet of Things (IoT) will be a major theme at CES 2015 Many devices will come with some type of wireless radio that can connect to the Internet or other devices within the home enabling you to control various aspects of your home with your smartphone There will be an emphasis on home automation with smart door locks being the next big category to be pushed by the IoT crowd We’ll also see connected lightbulbs thermostats and even beds that gather data about how well you sleep 3 Intellegent Cars About two years ago the world’s biggest automakers decided they should attend CES This year we’ll see 10 car companies at the show including Audi BMW Toyota General Motors Mercedes-Benz and Ford The latter two will be giving keynote speeches on Monday and Tuesday of CES We’ll see several forms of self-driving car technology as well as news from Toyota around fuel cell technology The car makers will also be touting in-car Internet connectivity and smartphone-syncing features with many showing off integration with Apples new CarPlay service Top 10 Tech Product Designs of 2014 Nest Acquired by Google in Jan 2014 Nest Labs wants to turn your home into a smart device The home automation system includes Internet-connected smoke detectors and thermostats which have screens and chic round designs — a huge design boost for devices that haven’t really changed in recent decades Aya Brackett—Nest DJI Inspire 1 The latest DJI quadcopter retains the simple style that’s made their drones so popular but adds 4K video capability — and the ability to transmit the HD video wirelessly to an on-the-ground devices A new ground-facing camera also allows Inspire 1 to fly steadily to keep the video footage clean DJI iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Bigger is better or so the critics cried calling for Apple to make a supersized phone That was before Apple quieted them with the release of the iPhone 6 Plus in September the company’s largest iPhone ever With an alluring 55-inch display that makes it feel something like a portable iPad the phone is is a challenge to Samsung’s larger models Along with a powerful 8-megapixel camera and longer battery life the phone is more a statement than an answer Apple Osmo Tangram Tired of seeing your kids staring at screens like zombies This iPad game brings virtual play to life A reflector equipped with artificial intelligence snaps over your iPad’s camera and can sense when objects are moving (or being drawn) on a pad in front of it Osmo comes with three games all of which promote creativity and—because it’s best played in groups—social intelligence The best way to understand how Osmo works is by watching the video of kids who have never played with the device before testing it out for the first time Osmo Tesla 2014 Model S Tesla 2014 Model S has been praised both for its luxury feel and high-tech interior The electric car offers instantaneous acceleration from a stop a function very few other cars on the market provide Tesla Jawbone’s UP3 Wristband Depending on your view Jawbone is on the road to making us all super fit athletes or brutally efficient cyborgs who operate by data alone How many minutes of REM sleep did I get last night What’s the difference between my heart rate while resting and during a workout How hydrated am I How many calories did I burn on my last run Jawbone UP3 answers all those questions better than any other Jawbone did before The $179 wearable fits on your wrist and comes in black and silver Jawbone Square Stand The iPad holder and credit card reader launched last year with the goal of transforming an iPad into a point-of-sale The sleek white stand also offers an enhanced credit card reader and can be adapted to include a cash register Square Nerf Rebelle Rapid Red Blaster Last year Nerf decided to even the battlefield and create a new line of guns arrows and crossbows specifically for girls The resulting Nerf Rebelle line takes a cue from the success of The Hunger Games: The box is covered with tweens styled like that series’ hero Katniss Everdeen Hasbro Oculus Rift Crescent Bay The latest Oculus Rift prototype Crescent Bay marks one step further before the commercial release of the virtual reality handset Crescent Bay features upgrades like 360-degree head tracking a lighter weight and high-quality audio Lucky participants in the demos recalled the mind-boggling immersion in the scenes they were watching The consumer version Oculus Rift is expected to launch as early as April 2015 Oculus VR Qualcomm WiPower Sick of tangled phone charging cables Qualcomm WiPower allows you to power up your phone without plugging it in — a function that to most people is basically magic The wireless charging pad eliminates the fuss of power chords while also allowing you to turn everyday furniture like tables and chairs into charging surfaces Qualcomm 1 of 10 Advertisement 4 Wearables Even though the most anticipated wearable of 2015 the Apple Watch won’t be at CES wearables will still be everywhere with fitness wearables dominating the show We should also see some new smartwatches and perhaps even some Google Glass-style headwear although interest in smart glasses has waned dramatically since last year’s show Even though Apple doesn’t attend CES its presence will still be felt in a big way The Apple Watch will be a major part of the wearables discussion at the show while well over 100 booths will feature wearable accessories for the iPhone and iPad Outside of Apple the wearable I find most interesting will be from GoMore GoMore has added EKG monitoring to its device allowing athletes to monitor their stamina as well as heart rate That could be valuable for anyone doing serious training If you’re attending CES this year I’ll be moderating the CES Supersession on smartwatches on Wednesday Jan 7 The event titled The Market for Smartwatches will feature executives from Samsung Motorola Intels Basis division and Yahoo discussing who might buy smartwatches and why Find more info here 5 Consumer Robotics CES 2015 will have a special section for robotics and we should see some interesting new twists on robots for the home While iRobot’s Roomba dominates this space today we could see variations around robots as servants doing things like cleaning up after your pets or washing your windows And plenty of new airborne robots drones will be debuting at CES 2015 as the category becomes more mainstream See How Tech CEOs Spend Their Money Steve Jobs The Apple CEO’s super yacht Venus was designed by Philippe Starck’s design company Ubik Jobs spent approximately $131 million on it but passed away in 2011 before it was completed Ed Oudenaarden—AFP/Getty Images Steve Ballmer In 2014 former Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer spent $2 billion to become the owner of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers Jeff GrossGetty Images Larry Ellison Outgoing Oracle CEO Larry Ellison owns 98% of the 141-square-mile Hawaiian island of Lanai which he bought for an undisclosed price He is turning it into a "model for sustainable enterprise" he’s said though details remain sketchy NASA/Reuters Larry Page and Sergey Brin Google CEO Larry Page and co-founder Sergey Brin have been attending the Burning Man Arts Festival since the company’s early days There they fund a "theme camp" and how exactly the funds are used is left up to participants’ imaginations Jim Urquhart—Reuters Bill Gates The former Microsoft CEO is currently the richest man in the world according to Bloomberg Since 2000 Gates and his wife have been running the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation In total it has issued grants adding up to over $30 billion Pius Utomi Ekpei—AFP/Getty Images Elon Musk PayPal Co-Founder Elon Musk (in driver’s seat) began as a Series A investor in 2004 and is now the CEO and chief product architect of Tesla Motors The company created the first mass-produced highway-capable electric car and is valued at over $18 billion Robyn Beck—AFP/Getty Images Richard Branson Founder of Virgin Group comprised of more than 400 companies Branson has invested heavily in spaceship tourism with the SpaceShipTwo vehicle David Paul Morris—Bloomberg/Getty Images Mark Zuckerberg To ensure his privacy Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg bought four of his neighboring houses in 2013 for an estimated $30 million-plus in Palo Alto California Noah Berger—Bloomberg/Getty Images 1 of 8 Advertisement 6 Tablets Although tablet growth slowed in 2014 tablets will again be big stars at this year’s CES We’ll see lots of very low-cost tablets with more of them focusing on application-specific functions serving as personal TVs or alarm clocks These single-feature devices could give new life to the tablet market in 2015 Smartphones meanwhile won’t make much of a splash at CES 2015 New smartphone models typically launch at the annual Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona every March 7 3D Printers The CEA says 3D printers are one of the top tech trends to watch in 2015 Indeed 3D printers have come down in price significantly and we should see several models under $1500 at this year’s show CEA’s 3D printer predictions include: However at prices around $1500 3D printers are still mainly being bought by hobbyists and those in the Maker movement While some consumer devices like HP’s 3D camera-equipped Sprout are intriguing it will take more hardware and software innovation and lower prices before 3D printers and cameras make it into the mainstream Read next: The Science of Why Your Kids Cant Resist ‘Frozen’ Contact us at editors@timecom If they catch us open.

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