CES 2015 Las Vegas – bullet point updates

Some key highlights from the last 24 hours.

– Harman just announced new AKG headphones designed by Quincy Jones , the AKG N90Q.  Apparently they offer a personalised sound that calibrates sound with your ears.

– Apple Watch to go on sale this March.

– Saygus announced a geek phone. The Saygus V2 is a 5 inch android 4.4.4 phone. 1080p,  2.5ghz snapdragon processor, 3gb ram, 320gb storage, 21mp rear camera, 13mp front camera,  biometric fingerprint scanner, Qi Wireless charging, Harman Kardon front speakers and root access.

– WhatsApp announces it has 700 million users now

–  Sennheiser have updated their Momentum headphones and made them Bluetooth wireless and foldable along with noise cancelling.

– Yahoo Mail iOS app now tracks packages and has a customisable today view

– ibattz ASAP charger is a portable power pack that can fully recharge an iPhone 6 in 15 minutes

– All Sony 2015 Bravia TVs will run android TV.

– Samsung believes it is launched a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge it could sell 10 million units

– Sony announces a new walkman.  The Sony Walkman NW-ZX2 is state of the art and costs over £1,000.

Nest can now talk to your lights , locks and train your dog to open the fridge, and bring you a lovely ice cold beer

– Alcatel OneTouch watch is launched to take on Apple and Android wear. 

– Acer launches cheap phones, this time 64 bit phones. Liquid Jade S. And Liquid Z410.

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