Reports and reviews from this year's CES are filtering through, filled with neat new toys and gadgets to look out for in the coming months.
One of the coolest things I've seen so far is this Nokia Sensor Phone that works with sensors to collect and display environmental data, so that you have a better idea of your environment (and, hopefully, modify your environmental footprint). How neat is that? And there are different kinds of sensors you can add, to monitor your health (for training, I imagine) or the weather. It would be great if the platform for developing sensor applications was open so that anyone can dream up all kinds of sensors (I could probably use an audio/BPM one or something in the DJ booth).
Amazing, and a great addition to the growing range of connected products that are blending our phsyical/digital worlds.
(Check CNET for updates from CES, among a million other sources)