Kelly & Michael: Eric Stonestreet + Mashable Consumer Electronics Show

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Kelly & Michael February 4 2014

Recapo update: Here are the segments from this show.

It’s another new week of fun and fabulous guests on Live! with Kelly and Michael. For this Tuesday’s show, the hosts will chat with Modern Family star Eric Stonestreet. Plus, they are showing us all the latest tech toys and gizmos from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Here’s a preview of the February 4 episode.

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Kelly & Michael: Eric Stonestreet + Mashable Consumer Electronics Show

Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet is on Kelly & Michael Feb. 4, along with Mashable editor Lance Ulanoff previewing the 2014 Consumer Electronic Show. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

We know Eric Stonestreet as the passionate and effusive Cam on ABC’s popular Emmy-winning sitcom, Modern Family. The show is now in its fifth season, and it seems like the characters are still going strong. Find out what misadventures are in store for the extended clan in upcoming episodes.

What else has Stonestreet been up to? He is a voice actor on the series Disney cartoon series Sofia the First, and he will appear in a new movie, The Loft, coming later in 2014. Find out more about his recent projects when he hangs out with the hosts this Tuesday on a brand new show.

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Kelly & Michael: Mashable at the Consumer Electronics Show

Plus, the hosts are giving you a look into the future on this episode. From the tech website Mashable, editor-at-large Lance Ulanoff is going to give Kelly and Michael a preview of some of the best and most clever new tech toys hitting the market in the coming year.

These and many more creative toys are being showcased at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show. Be sure to watch and learn more about what your phone or tablet may be able to do soon that you never thought was possible.

Every year, it seems like these trinkets and robots are doing more and more, which means the sky really could be the limit on tech innovation. What is the one thing you wish your technology could do that it has not been able to master so far?

Get some new ideas and lively stories from the hosts on February 4.

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