NEW YORK, Jan. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Tech Times announced today Tech Times '10' Innovation Awards 2015 winners at International CES in Las Vegas, highlighting technology advancements across a wide range of electronic products and digital device segments.
"The winning products really 'stood out from among the crowd' providing not only cutting-edge innovation but also inspiration," said Tech Times President and Editorial Director Angela Diegel. "The common theme among them is that they have the potential to impact consumers in a positive way, and we expect them to resonate immediately with our readers."
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Here are the Tech Times 2015 CES Best of Innovation Award Winners:
LG Music Flow Wi-Fi Series
LG's new Music Flow Wi-Fi series will be super convenient and music to your ears. Rather than introducing yet another Bluetooth speaker, LG's Music Flow speaker uses Wi-Fi, which keeps the music pumping with no interruptions even when receiving a call.
BMW Remote Valet Parking Assistant
BMW is making the task of parking your car a thing of the past. The BMW Remote Valet Parking Assistant is a smart watch-activated system that will allow you to park your car from your wrist without physically being in the vehicle.
Samsung Series 9 2015 Edition Ultrabook
Apple's MacBook Air may have ushered in the super-thin Ultrabook category but it's no longer the only player in town. The Samsung ATIV Book 9 2015 features a 12.2-inch 2560 x 1600 display, 12 hours of battery life, premium aluminum case design, and is thinner and lighter than the current 11-inch MacBook Air.
Sony a7S Full Frame Mirrorless Camera
The Sony a7S has already been named "Best of Innovation Honoree for Digital Imaging" and is the world's smallest full-frame interchangeable lens camera. Its advanced features and 4K video capture ensure professional quality images and video.
Adidas miCoach Smart Ball
The biggest trend at CES centers around "smart" devices and Adidas has been selected as a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree thanks to its miCoach Smart Ball for soccer players practicing kicks. It relays data on how hard it has been struck, offers visual flight trajectories, depicts ball spin and shows impact points via the Adidas miCoach Smart Ball app.
Samsung Smart TVs with Sony PlayStation Now
Samsung has differentiated itself from the plethora of smart TVs on the CES showroom floor with a little help from Sony. PlayStation Now, which is Sony's popular streaming gaming service, will be built into select Samsung Smart TVs and offer users more than 200 games from the vast library of PS3 games.
Dexcom G4 Platinum CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitor)
The Dexcom G4 Platinum monitor allows users to view blood sugar without a finger stick, provides alerts based on how fast blood sugar is rising or falling, and is the first CGM approved for children as young as two years old.
Ozobot Bit is the world's smallest programmable robot with an intuitive color-based language that teaches kids and young adults computer coding in a fun and simple way.
Smart Home Tech
VTech Wireless Monitoring Solutions
VTech's wireless monitoring solutions allow you to keep a close eye on the most important things in your life. Whether it's monitoring your newborn baby or remotely accessing HD remote-access cameras in your home via an app, VTech makes doing all of that and more a breeze with a very simple installation.
LG 4K Ultra HD TV
LG has a long history of unveiling its latest and greatest TVs at CES and this year it has really stepped up its game. LG's 4K Ultra HD TV series with Wide Color LED and Quantum Dot technology not only have gorgeous displays and ultra-slim designs; webOS 2.0 powers the smart TVs and provides a fast, unique and user-friendly interface.
About International CES
International CES is the global annual event highlighting the latest innovations in consumer technologies and is held in Las Vegas in January. It is the prime stage for emerging breakthrough products and digital technology, with over 3,500 exhibitors and more than 150,000 attendees representing 40 countries. In addition to serving as a showcase for technology the event, first held in 1967, boasts nearly 300 conference sessions featuring world business leaders and technology pioneers.
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