Life+ will be on all 2014 Panasonic 4K and 1080p TVs.
Panasonic also says it is striving to deliver Plasma-level image quality on LED TVs.
Panasonic has a 4K 65-inch TV to unveil at its booth.
Panasonic also says it is going to focus on new beauty and home gadgets from 2014 on. ...such as wearable cameras.
Hybrid photography comes to us via the Lumix G camera - captures still photos and video clips at the same time. #CES2014
Also showing the Qualcomm AllPlay speaker system. No additional apps, they say, just play music to wireless speakers around the house.
New Panasonic hair dryer adds moisture to your hair as it dries. Schedule your blowout now @hainsworthTV!
Tom Gebhardt, president of auto systems isn't here. Stuck in the storm after his flight was cancelled.
Everyone from BMW to GM to Tesla here at #CES2014. Panasonic says automotive is the largest and fastest growing segment in North America.
Panasonic supplies Tesla with nearly 2 million lithium ion battery cells over the next two years.
New generation of HUD for cars designed 40% smaller, less distracting, safer for drivers.
Panasonic says it's working with Abbey Road studios to reproduce their sound in cars.
Aupeo working to add dtsHD streaming surround sound to cars.
Other than the wearable camera, new TV and speakers, seems like a muted presentation from Panasonic compared to others this AM. #CES2014
Coming back online for the Toyota press conference after a writing lunch. Self-driving cars. Creepy or cool? #CES2014
Bob Carter from Toyota says they're bringing hydrogen fuel cells to market by 2015. #CES2015
Toyota estimates 95 per cent cost reduction in the cost of building fuel cells, from concept in 2002 to production car in 2015
Fuel cell to sit underneath the passenger seats. So much electricity, it could power a house for two weeks. Imagine that during #darkTO
Top speed of 100 mph. Fast.
Toyota also has some sort of a mule care that looks like a Corolla. Undergoing deep cold testing in Yellowknife right now.
Toyota says it's so bullish on fuel cells because they've seen considerable improvement. "Compared to battery electrics, the rate of cost reduction that we have seen in fuel cell electric technology has been staggering."
Carter now going on about hydrogen fueling logistics in the state of California. Says the state would only need 15 per cent of the # of traditional gas stations, given range of vehicles.
"This will be a very special vehicle, and we believe we can bring it to market at a very reasonable price" FCV concept
Competing? LG's motto was "Its all possible" and Samsung's is: "Discover the world of possibilities" #ces2014
Here we go from Samsung. BK Yoon, president takes to the stage.
Yoon says he is just going to talk about 2 things: changes ahead of us, and how Samsung will cope with them.
Today's world is undergoing traumatic changes...by consumers making technological choices.- Yoon
Four changes will change the world. 1. Connectivity. They empower us.
2. Urbanization. Half of the world's population lives in the cities. Yoon says that will move to 60 per cent. Cities need to get smarter as they grow.
3. Population aging. Yoon says he asks himself, how will technology make life more comfortable.
4. New risks threatening the world. Yoon refers to hurricanes, extreme world events.
Yoon says during a time of such dramatic change, the home becomes the most important place in life. Cue transition to the connected home
Home must do three things: Protect, flexible and responsive. - Yoon says