Christen Rochon of DivasandDorks.com is back with more trend spotting from the International CES 2014 show floor. Take a look at the video above as she uncovers what makes connectivity one of the biggest trends coming out of the event.
One example is Chevrolet’s introduction of OnStar 4G LTE, which will bring a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot to most Chevrolet vehicles, allowing passengers to connect personal devices like tablets to high-speed wireless internet.
But the vehicle’s not the only place for advanced connectivity. From apps that track your sleeping habits to light bulbs that serve as speakers and alarm clocks, there’s no shortage of ways to stay connected in the comfort of your own home.
For more CES trends, check out our video with Christen on wearable technologies.