LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- Hundreds of journalists jammed into Mandalay Bay on Sunday to see what's going to be making big technology headlines from the Consumer Electronics Show.
While consumers enjoy Touch Phones and iPads, one thought is to combine them with a laptop or desktop.
For the green-thumb challenged, a Y-shaped gadget can be placed in a pot where a flower or plant is growing, and it will connect with a tablet telling the user exactly when and how to take care of it and keeps the plant alive.
Meanwhile, startup companies also were showing off their latest and greatest.
The show officially starts Tuesday. At least 150,000 are expected to be here for the latest in technology.