Watching CES 2013: Gadgets Galore!

Videos that record your life, power up your batteries or otherwise keep you entertained

The team at IDG Enterprise (including Network World, Computerworld and CIO.com) and the IDG News Service created more than 50 videos last week at 2013 International CES, covering everything from news events, computers, smartphones, tablets and other electronic gadgets. In this post, we are highlighting videos that cover all sorts of gadgets - whether it's cameras that record your life as you're living it, to a pillow that streams audio from your TV to your head while you sleep:

First up, here's an IDG News video report on the trend of point-of-view cameras like the GoPro and iON:

Back at the Lenovo booth, we found a very cool wireless monitor, which streams video display information via an 802.11 ad-hoc connection from your computer:

Getting sleepy? Check out the SoftSound Pillow from Brookstone, which streams audio from a TV to a memory foam pillow with speakers inside it:

Need better photos from your iPhone? You'll definitely want to check out the OlloClip, which adds wide-angle and fish-eye lenses to your smartphone:

Wireless power was a big theme at the show - devices that can recharge your gadgets without needing extra cabling is a goal of many companies. In this one, see how PowerByProxi can handle a bunch of gadget recharges by just having you place them in a box:

If you're always misplacing your gadgets, or you want to make sure you never forget your smartphone (or notebook bag), you'll want to watch this demonstration of Kensington's new Proximo tag. The system uses Bluetooth to pair with a tag (or set of keys), and an audio alarm rings if the two devices get beyond a specified range:

Keith Shaw rounds up the best in geek video in his ITworld.tv blog. Follow Keith on Twitter at @shawkeith. For the latest IT news, analysis and how-tos, follow ITworld on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

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