CES, the world's largest tech conference, opened last Monday in Las Vegas. And while we will be seeing very little of personal computers and cell phones, there are plans to show case quite a bit of intuitive gadgetry and software such as a program that reads eye gestures to tell where you are looking that may replace PC mice as well as hand gesture reading software which opts for the same task.
At the world's largest technology conference that kicks off on Monday, the most intriguing innovations showcased may be gadgets and technology that turn everyday items into connected, smarter machines.
This year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas promises a new generation of "smart" gadgets, some controlled by voice and gestures, and technology advancements in cars, some of which already let you dictate emails or check real-time gas prices.
Pundits have long predicted that home appliances like refrigerators and stoves will be networked, creating an "Internet of things." With advancements in chips and the ubiquity of smartphones and tablets, it's now happening.