Jan. 11, 2013 at 9:07 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
This year, at that Consumer Electronics Show, we saw forks that track what you eat, robots that cling to windows, chairs that block out unwanted noise, and other wonders. We also learned that your next TV may well have four times the resolution of your current one, and that "smart TV" may not be so dumb after all. Check it out.
Design meets high tech: Here are gadgets with both brains and beauty.
And here are five smartwatches to watch this year. (Get it? "Watch!")
Or if you don't feel like reading, here's a slide show: Sights of CES and celebs show their nerdyside.
The non-profit outfit that brought you Wikipedia is rolling out a travel help site, WikiVoyage.
The new owners of Digg say Digg is popular again. But they would say that, wouldn't they?
Also: "Comics About Cartoonists: The World's Oddest Profession" is a book you can pre-order.
In closing: Honest Titles for 2013's Oscar Nominated Movies.