Non-Stop CES 2014 Coverage

January 8

The product nobody is waiting for has arrived...behold iRing:

the iRing's capable of controlling not only basic music apps, but also advanced ones designed for those who mix their own tunes. It also comes with a couple of its own music-editing apps that one can use to add effects and create non-stop loops. Those who prefer waving their hands in the air over poking at on-screen controls can get the iRing in various music and electronic retailers worldwide for $25. engadget

Landing Zone shows off LandingZone 2.0 PRO dock for Macbook Air:

The design is fairly simple: all you need to do is slide the Air and squeeze the two opposing USB ports into place. What you get is an extra two USB 3.0 drives and an ethernet port, along with a security lock port in case you want to lock your computer to the desk. When you want to actually leave your desk, you can pull the lever on the back and disconnect from the device. theverge

January 7

Oculus announces new non-naseuating Crystal Cove VR Headset with OLED display

the new Rift intentionally reduces what the player sees, so that their brains can smooth out virtual reality in a similar fashion (to a 24fps movie). "What we’re doing is we’re taking the image and flashing it on when it’s correct, and only keeping that on for a fraction of a millisecond and then turning it off and then going black until the next pulse. theverge

Mophie announces new Space Pack iPhone case with built in battery and storage:

Dubbed Space Pack, Mophie’s new cases double the battery life of your iPhone, but also add more storage to your phone. The case will be available in 16GB and 32GB models, meaning that if you have a 64GB iPhone, you could now have a max of 96GB of storage. Both case variants have a 1,700mAh battery built-in, as well. 9to5mac

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone reveals previously stealth startup, Jelly, a photographic social networking search app:

Jelly changes how we find answers because it uses pictures and people in our social networks. It turns out that getting answers from people is very different from retrieving information with algorithms. Also, it has the added benefit of being fun. Biz Stone/Jelly.co

Signal releases the RP One iOS controller with a distinctly Xbox-like appearance and now default $99 price point of every other iOS controller:

…it’s got the standard load out of buttons, triggers, and best of all, a shape that’s closer to an Xbox controller than the previous designs we’ve seen iOS controller manufacturers use. Just like the SteelSeries stratus, it has a built in rechargeable battery that’s capable of going ten hours and it can be charged and used at the same time, something the Stratus can’t do. toucharcade