It already feels like we've been at CES 2014 for a whole week, but it's only day one of the actual show.
But it's good news for you because it means more prospective meltdowns, gadgets and goodies from the show floor.
Keep checking back for day two and three to keep your tech hunger satiated.
DTS has some big plans
It's also announcing a number of ODM partners that will start taking advantages of the company's Play-Fi technology.
For more on DTS, check out our interview with CEO Jon Kirchner below.
Yahoo's News Digest App
Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer took to the stage during a press conference at CES 2014 to announce a slew of new properties for the tech company.
However, before the announcement Yahoo had Katie Couric - former Today Show Host and CBS Evening News anchor - on stage to discuss her yet-to-be-defined roll at Yahoo. "It's really a blank slate," Couric said at the show.
Then after Couric was shuffled off stage, it was on to the new developments. One of the new properties discussed was the Yahoo News Digest App. With News Digest, users get a splashy picture followed by summaries of stories culled from around the web. Click on a story and users see a brief summary, followed by a unique set of "atoms" pertinent to the piece.
Sony cloud service and more wearables
The keynote with Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai happened this morning and there were several interesting Sony tidbits announced.
The company is taking advantage of its cloud capabilities by launching a "cloud-based" TV service in the US at some point in 2014.
Sony President Andrew House says the IPTV service will run on all manner of devices and will offer on-demand television and live TV.
It's a Netflix rival of sorts that will personalize itself when it understands viewing habits.
Sony also announced a new Playstation Now game-streaming service that gives you access to Playstation games from non-Playstation devices.
Comprising of games made for all generations of Playstation from the original Playstation up to the Playstation 3, Playstation Now will let you play the games on the new Playstation 4, as well as on smart TVs, smartphones and tablets.
TechRadar also went hands on with a few Sony products here at CES. One of more notable devices, was the Sony Smartband.
Even though it's just one more wearable in an already cluttered market, the Smartband is essentially an activity tracker that also lets users control media, calls and message alerts on their Android tablet or smartphone.
Razer introduces us to Project Christine
Razer showed off its latest concept, Project Christine - a "revolutionary new concept design," for gaming PCs according to the gaming hardware company.
Project Christine allows you purchase upgrades to RAM, graphics, input/output and even power supply and storage, and slot them in, using the PCI-Express backbone; and offers up liquid cooling, noise cancellation and a little readout to tell you what's going on with your computer
- Read more about Project Christine.
Audi introduces a tablet. Yes, a tablet.
Just when you thought the tablet market couldn't get any more congested, Audi decided to introduce a 10.2 inch device.
The Android-powered device is designed to interface directly and seamlessly with Audi vehicles made possible through the company's partnership with Google and the Open Automotive Alliance announced at CES.
OnStar and Chevy meet 4G LTE
OnStar and Chevrolet announced the imminent arrival of 4G LTE service from AT&T during CES 2014.
The drool worthy 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, Impala, Malibu and Volt are among the first GM cars to have the option of OnStar 4G LTE, with availability starting this summer. The 2015 Equinox, Silverado, Silverado HD, Spark and Spark EV, as well as the Chevrolet Trax subcompact CUV in Canada, plus more models will be announced later in the year.