(LA Times) At the Consumer Electronics Show, getting into the fun of gadgetry

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Even if you're not going to the Consumer Electronics Show, running Tuesday through Friday in Las Vegas, you can still test drive one of the world's newest gadgets this week.

With the right kind of smartphone you can find what's hot at certain hotels and even find out when a big jackpot last hit on a particular slot machine.

The new product, called TecTile, will be unveiled Tuesday (today) at various Caesars Entertainment resorts on and near the Strip. The manufacturer, Samsung Mobile, is installing 4,500 programmable stickers throughout the various properties as a way to make information easier to access.

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