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CES Jan. 7 Highlights: The Floodgates Are Open

Day one of International CES 2014 saw the floodgates of tech opened wide. What did our bloggers find?

Becca Ludlum found every iPhone case you could ever imagine wrapping your precious iPhone in. 

Nate Adcock and his ears got to experience the wireless innovation of the new Korus speakers. 

Todd Bernhard, a Pebble smartwatch enthusiast from way back in the Kickstarter days, checked out the new Pebble Steel. Did the next generation live up to his expectations? 

Nate Adcock is loving all the wearable tech available for the fitness inclined. Here's what he thinks about the Force from Fitbit.

Other CES Happenings:

Michael Bay (and Samsung) probably wishes everyone would just shut up now about the whole teleprompter snafu/unplanned exit fiasco that has Bay continuing to trend on social media for all the wrong reasons

The CES organizers cleverly get attendees to visit less trafficked areas of the show by appealing to the kid in all of us with an iBeacon scavenger hunt

Our bloggers continue to scour the show floor for the coolest offerings. Stay tuned for more updates plus all the awards announcements coming up.

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Sarah Kingsbury is the web editor of iPhone Life magazine. She attended Minnesota State University, Mankato, where she accidentally majored in French. Since receiving her bachelor's degree, Sarah has written for savvyvegetarian.com and worked as the associate editor of the Iowa Source. When she is not living and breathing Apple products, she reads cookbooks like novels and is learning to play soccer in an attempt to fit in with her soccer-mad family.