Computer Talk Radio weekly show for the broadcast week starting January 12th, 2013. Benjamin Rockwell, our friendly nerd, ventures to Sin City (aka Las Vegas, Nevada) for coverage of the 2013 International CES. The show opens with Benjamin just outside of Barstow, CA, headed for Vegas, where he notes the various reasons for excitement. Benjamin then interviews a number of people from the industry in the following segments, based on exciting new items coming out, how technology is improving, and more. (Audio is lower down the page)

Kensington – Latest security device pairing for your iPhone and keys
Eton – New American Red Cross partnership weather alert radio
Lantronix – New printer share device to link iOS to older printers
Radtech – Device that turns 30-pin iOS speaker docks into bluetooth receivers
Bosch – Behind the scenes of MEMS technology and chips
Audiofly – Headphones and Earbuds built by and for musicians
IO Gear – New entertainment connectivity throughout the home
Corning – Discussions of Gorilla Glass 3 for mobile devices
Pioneer – New advances with car stereos with iOS apps and connectivity
Ballistic – Updated smartphone and tablet covers that are tough.
Polaroid – Announcing new ventures into the tablet marketplace and Android cameras.
Carchip (Davis Instruments) – Working with the OBD sensor on your car
Jabra – Now moving into the headphone marketplace
TYLT – Smart features in technology friendly backpacks.

Note: Next weeks show will include follow-up and thoughts on this years CES, and commentary of what 2013 didn’t bring, what it did bring, what the press conferences said and what they didn’t say, and what it all means to everyone.