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CES 2021 organizers are planning a physical event, but who will come?
The Consumer Technology Association is trying to move forward with a major in-person CES event in Las Vegas, but attendees might not want to show up.
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Joué’s Entry-Level Instrument for Musical Experimentation, Joué Play
Available on Kickstarter now, a multifunctional tool that renders music production more approachable Previewed at this year’s CES (where we tested it), Joué‘s multifunctional instrument Joué Play is
COVID-19 may have spread at CES
Several attendees have tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies after feeling sick shortly after the convention.
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CES might have helped spread COVID-19 throughout the U.S.
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Google Assistant Is Playing A Key Role In Alphabet's 2020 Strategy: Here's How
Alphabet expects to capitalize on the smart home device boom, with Google Assistant playing a key role in its 2020 strategy. The post Google Assistant Is Playing A Key Role In Alphabet's 2020
How low will 5G phone prices go in 2020?
From Arm to Qualcomm, we asked several brands for their thoughts on 5G phone pricing in 2020.
New Coway Airmega Features Clean Design to Match Air Cleaning Performance
A true HEPA 3-stage air purifier engineered to clean interior air and designed to be left out in the open.
2020 will be a moment of truth for foldable devices
Phones were not the centerpiece at the recently wrapped Consumer Electronics Show; I’ll probably repeat this point a few more times over the course of this piece, just so we’re clear. This is due, in
Here’s a smarter way to save money and energy in your home
At CES 2020, Schneider Electric and Legrand unveiled smarter electrical panels, which allow users to track and manage energy consumption through voice-enabled apps.
100Banch’s Stand By D Illuminates the Joy of a Tidy Desk
Hidden amongst the enormous displays at CES, experimental lab 100Banch showcased a desk lamp reaching for a tidy future.
Yes, You Can Actually Control Lamps With Just Your Brain—Here’s How It Works
French startup NextMind debuted its mind-blowing brain-sensing device at CES 2020.
Lightyear One: Hands-on with a solar-powered car with 440-mile range
The Lightyear One uses solar power and will be able to drive a range of 440 miles on a single charge. It will debut in 2021.
AMD CTO: How making the right bets years ago is paying off now
It's been a long ride for Mark Papermaster, chief technology officer at Advanced Micro Devices. But the move to challenge Intel is paying off.
Perso, an AI-Assisted Makeup Station by L’Oréal
Hyper-personalized lip, skin, and foundation suggestions that reduce packaging The benefits of using L’Oréal’s Perso station are two-fold. First, the seven-inch-tall device can customize lipstick,
Toyota’s City of the Future Weaves Autonomous Tech Into Daily Life
Toyota's 175-acre prototype city of the future at the base of Mt Fuji will operate as a living-breathing "city" of autonomous technologies.
The DeanBeat: A Westworld ‘activation’ that illustrates the creepy side of tech
Dean Takahashi attended a dinner hosted by HBO's Westworld crew, where a fictional company called Incite proposed making our life decisions for us.
Decred’s Akin Sawyerr Says Blockchain Is Part of Africa’s Political Future
Blockchain-based governance could lead the way towards better business and political practices around the world, says investor Akin Sawyerr.
Can a $350 headband deliver better sleep?
Sleep is the next battleground on which the war for wearable health will be waged. Smartwatch and fitness band makers have been dipping their collective toes in the water for a few years now, but
We took a 20-minute ride in a self-driving car through the Las Vegas streets – Future Blink
Russian self-driving company, Yandex, took us for a spin in their car at CES 2020.
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Mojo Vision’s AR contact lenses are very cool, but many questions remain
Companies keep trying to make glassholes happen. Understandably. After the smartphone and the wrist, the face is the next local battlefield for computational space, if decades of science fiction