HTC's Mozart continues their trend of sleek, elegant devices but that's not constrained to the hardware alone. They've been working away at taking advantage of the sensors within the phone to make it smarter, to make it more natural. The Mozart shows us some of the subtle and effective ways that natural user interfaces can make technology invisible.
Who knew Microsoft had a garage? There's not much oil around but there is a roller shutter and lots of tools though. The Garage in Building 4 on our main campus in Redmond is home to a community of enthusiasts - building tech on their own time.
Trying to decide which Windows Phone 7 is right for you? Check out this handy infographic by indy8on ElektricForest.
My favorite thing at CES so far? Surface 2.0 - at 4 inches thin, it's a huge LCD that can "see" as well as display thanks to our PixelSense technology.
DriveSmart Plus is targeted at teenagers (or their parents more accurately) to help automatically turn off phone and texting features while driving. An interesting approach and another example of NUI in action.