• CES 2019 video roundup: Watch innovation at work

    2 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    Hundreds of companies were strutting their new technologies at this year's CES. From a nanosatellite IOT network to a wearable blood pressure monitor, here are a select few and fascinating tech stories as told to ZDNet's Stephanie Condon.
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  • Meet the first wireless keyboard and touchpad for Chrome OS

    Meet the first wireless keyboard and touchpad for Chrome OS

    2 monthes ago - By Android Central

    There's currently no word on pricing.
    Amidst all of the madness that is CES 2019 , we got an announcement for a couple new products that Chrome OS fans should be delighted to see. Coming from Brydge, the same company that makes the excellent G-TYPE Keyboard for the Pixel Slate, are the world's first wireless keyboard and touchpad that are designed specifically for Chrome OS.
    Starting first with the wireless keyboard, it uses Bluetooth 4.1 and promises battery life up to 6 months. When it comes time to charge, you'll do so using USB-C. The body has the same navy blue color of the Pixel...
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  • Silicondust launches dedicated DVR storage devices for cord cutters at CES 2019

    Silicondust launches dedicated DVR storage devices for cord cutters at CES 2019

    2 monthes ago - By Digital Trends

    With two new storage-based products, cutting the cord using Silicondust's OTA receivers is now easier than ever. Simply plug them in - no PC or NAS storage space needed to gain control over DVR recording of your favorite shows.
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  • Hyundai is building a car that can walk on four legs

    Hyundai is building a car that can walk on four legs

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

    CES typically attracts whacky ideas, especially from automakers that tend to use the electronics show to showcase their most outlandish and unbuildable products. Unfortunately, the 2019 show has been pretty tame by most measures, which is why it's so refreshing that Hyundai came to Las Vegas with a truly bonkers idea: a “walking car” with real, bendable legs. At last, something to haunt my dreams!
    Like some mashup between a Boston Dynamics robot and something you might find stomping across the frozen surface of the planet Hoth , Hyundai's Elevate vehicle is an automotive concept I can't...
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  • Hands-on with the Snapmaker 2 3-in-1 3D printer at CES 2019

    Hands-on with the Snapmaker 2 3-in-1 3D printer at CES 2019

    2 monthes ago - By Windows Central

    With an upgrade of every single part, the Snapmaker 2 is a seriously good machine.
    The Original Snapmaker is one of Kickstarter's highest funded 3D printers, and with the all the new upgrades, essentially rebuilding it from the ground up, Snapmaker is hoping to repeat that success with the new Snapmaker 2.
    We had a chance to spend a few hours with the Snapmaker team and we got a hands-on with the machine and all of its parts. However, the machine at CES 2019 was not the final model. It was a prototype, and as such, some pieces may or may not be in the final design.
    Snapmaker 2 is a huge...
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  • Self-rolling suitcases and roll-up TVs: 2019's craziest and coolest gadgets

    2 monthes ago - By NZherald

    Future, you are weird.At least it is here at CES 2019, the tech industry's biggest annual conference in Las Vegas. It's where companies big and small come to launch gadgets and test new ideas.Not all of them make it to stores...
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  • The Avengers just saved the world. from overcomplicated CES 2019 gadgets

    The Avengers just saved the world. from overcomplicated CES 2019 gadgets

    2 monthes ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    If you thought CES 2019 doesn't have enough new tech to wow you, well, you're not the only one. But of course we still saw a plethora of new gadgets come debut at this year's huge tech show in Las Vegas. Most of these devices are smarter than ever, which is something that's equal parts useful and disturbing. After all, do we really need faucets with Alexa compatibility? The best review, if you will, of CES 2019 comes this year from an unexpected place: The Avengers.
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  • Samsung is reportedly polishing the Galaxy Fold's design ahead of production

    Samsung is reportedly polishing the Galaxy Fold's design ahead of production

    2 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    As expected, Samsung's foldable smartphone was a public no-show at CES 2019. But according to The Korea Herald, a prototype of the device was actually shown off behind closed doors yesterday to some of the company's key partners.
    Speaking with a high-ranking executive from one of Samsung's customers, it has been revealed that the South Korean giant is currently applying the finishing touches to the Galaxy Fold's hardware and software.
    In its current state, when used as a tablet the device does not “show any crease indicating it had been bent.” However, folding it completely ...
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  • The most exciting new product at CES 2019 was only shown behind closed doors

    The most exciting new product at CES 2019 was only shown behind closed doors

    2 monthes ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    Tech journalists and bloggers complain each and every year that the annual Consumer Electronics Show is boring. "Everyone always complains about how boring CES is," they say, "but this year really is more boring than ever." Well, guess what... everyone always complains about how boring CES is, but this year it really is more boring than ever. From 8K TVs no one needs or even wants to a bunch of new laptops that promise their tired AI features will be game-changers, we haven't seen anything at all that has knocked our socks off. In fact, there are only two things we've seen at CES 2019 that...
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