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Want Perfect-Looking Skin? This Wand Will Be the Biggest Beauty Game-Changer of the Year

At CES this year, there were plenty of beauty offerings to get excited about. A smart store executed by SK-II might be the future of shopping for skin care; a new heated razor is on tap from Gillette. But the product that easily garnered the most attention in the beauty space was the Opté Precision Skincare System. The Opté device is the answer for those who struggle to find their perfect foundation shade, want to look as if they have on no makeup at all, and want to enhance the clarity of the...
Tags: Ces, Beauty, Moscow, Skin Care, Gillette, Rabe, Don, Jennifer, Maren Morris, Beauty News, Thomas Rabe, Makeup Tips, Kirbie Johnson, G Ventures, Technology & Gadgets, Beauty Bakerie


This Face Wand Is Like Facetune in Real Life

At CES this year, there were plenty of beauty offerings to get excited about. A smart store executed by SK-II might be the future of shopping for skin care; a new heated razor is on tap from Gillette. But the product that easily garnered the most attention in the beauty space was the Opté Precision Skincare System. The Opté device is the answer for those who struggle to find their perfect foundation shade, want to look as if they have on no makeup at all, and want to enhance the clarity of the...
Tags: Ces, Beauty, Moscow, Skin Care, Gillette, Rabe, Don, Jennifer, Beauty News, Thomas Rabe, Makeup Tips, G Ventures, Technology & Gadgets, Beauty Bakerie, Opte, Fenty Beauty MAC


The company behind YouCam Makeup app launches a new set of AR tools for beauty brands like Ulta

Released in 2014, the year before Snapchat put face filters on the road to ubiquity, Perfect Corp’s YouCam Makeup app gave many smartphone users their first taste of augmented selfies. At the beginning, it let users experiment with different makeup looks and portrait-editing tools. Since then, YouCam Makeup has expanded beyond selfies into e-commerce and retail with tools for over 200 beauty brands and retailers, including L’Oréal, Estée Lauder, Cosmopolitan, and Target (the big-box retailer’...
Tags: TC, Ecommerce, Makeup, Selfies, China, Tech, Ces, Beauty, Retail, Augmented Reality, Taipei, Chang, Ulta, Perfect Corp, Alice Chang, YouCam Makeup


Robotic dildo barred from top tech showcase, prompting sexism claims

CES organizers withdrew an award for the Osé personal massager despite spotlight on male-focused sex techThe developers of a female-focused sex toy are alleging gender bias at the International Consumer Electronics Show after organizers revoked an innovation award honoring the company and prohibited it from showcasing its product.Lora Haddock, founder and CEO of Lora DiCarlo, said her team had been overjoyed when the company’s Osé personal massager was selected as the CES 2019 Innovation Awards ...
Tags: Gender, Technology, Sex, US news, Ces, International Consumer Electronics Show, Lora DiCarlo, Lora Haddock


Xfinity and Beyond: Comcast SVP Sridhar Solur on the Next Gen Home

At CES 2017, Comcast announced plans to deploy smart home hubs as part of its new, whole-home networking solution. By the time CES 2018 rolled around in early January, Comcast had launched its new smart home experience—at no additional cost—to its more than 15 million Internet customers with a compatible Xfinity Wireless Gateway. Comcast’s connected home operating system, the Wireless Gateway it calls Xfinity xFi, gives customers control of their digital lives, including managing and personaliz...
Tags: Mobile, Internet Of Things, Fashion, TV, New York, Technology, Entertainment, Time Warner, Wi-fi, India, Advertising, US, Toronto, Ces, Comcast, Telecommunications


CES 2018: Beauty Brands Get Personal With Wearable Tech, AR and Voice

‘Mirror, mirror on the wall—who’s the fairest in the exhibit hall?’ Beauty brands are once again out in force at CES 2018, with many at CES Unveiled, harnessing cutting-edge technology to make personal care even more personal—and smart. A year ago at CES, global beauty leader L’Oréal made headlines by announcing the world’s first smart hairbrush, offering a data-driven method to produce better brushing, and haircare, that was billed as the Kérastase Hair Coach Powered by Withings and won a CES ...
Tags: Health, Amazon, Mobile, Apps, Withings, Advertising, Digital, Ces, Taiwan, Wearable Tech, Beauty, L'oreal, Ar, Augmented Reality, Nfc, Taipei


Tiny Yves Behar-designed wearable warns you when youve had too much sun

A tiny piece of innovative tech wants to help you stay away from sun-induced skin cancer. Global beauty leader L’Oréal teamed up with prolific designer Yves Behar of fuseproject to create UV Sense, the first battery-free wearable electronic UV sensor. Soon to be unveiled at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show kicking off tomorrow, this innovative technology collects and shares real-time data on individual UV exposure within a wearable so small and thin it fits on a fingernail. The UV Sense is ...
Tags: Wearables, Fashion, Design, Ces, Fuseproject, Yves Behar, Gallery, Sun, L'oreal, Wearable Technology, Consumer Electronics Show, Carousel Showcase, Skin Cancer, Loreal, La Roche-Posay, UV


WiseWear, Maker of Iris Apfel Tech Jewelry, Still Testing Med Device

San Antonio—WiseWear has attracted plenty of international attention for its effort to sell a chic wearable device. Vogue, Slate, and InStyle, among other publications, wrote about the company’s Internet-connected jewelry in 2016 after WiseWear began working with a team of prominent designers, including documentary subject Iris Apfel, to bring a fashionable aesthetic to the tech accessory. Like other wearable technology, the San Antonio company’s device tracks users’ daily steps, the calo...
Tags: Jewelry, Startups, Fashion, Texas, Design, Technology, Fitness, Trends, Startup, Tech, Department Of Defense, Ces, Designer, Artificial Intelligence, Netflix, Machine Learning


Stories from my Past: Listen and lets try again.

I understand that non technical people can get confused with computer things. Sometimes the simplest things can cause problems. Passwords are the bane of everyone. It doesn’t matter if you do technology for a living, you struggle with them. I struggle with them everyday and experts say they don’t make us safer. Still, they are a requirement almost everywhere so you have to deal with them. People often forget their password at work and most companies have policies that force people to change the...
Tags: Work, Technology, Opinion, Passwords, Life, Time, Tech, Lp, Use, Stand, System, Technica, Tor, iCal, Ces, Ted


Opportunity isn’t enough

Opportunity isn’t enough. Justice and fairness requires a level playing field for everyone. Why am I talking about this? I read that the language of the new health care act talks about “opportunity”. Meanwhile a new independent study confirms today that 14 million people will go without healthcare, and even more in the future. This is not a better system. I am not arguing for the ACA or for the new health care act. I am arguing that when we use language that promises opportunity, it isn’t enough...
Tags: Health, Security, Social, Food, Art, Family, Law, Opinion, Life, Study, Clothing, Age, Future, Employment, America, Old


Coincidence? I think not.

Time after time I get situations that seem to be coincidence. I think not. Today for example I happened to talk to someone that I happened to talk to a few days before. I hadn’t seen that person in months, and then I just happened to randomly cross paths with her. Then today when I was doing something random, I had the feeling to stop by and see her again. This time it was her turn to be surprised because she told me that she had just “thought of me this morning”. The older I become, the less I ...
Tags: Work, Art, Opinion, Life, Time, Old, Lp, Use, App, Like, Stand, War, Ces, Ted, Quality, Surprise


Making mistakes is ok

I made a mistake, but making mistakes is ok. I forgot to bring my key card for work and had to ask to borrow a temporary one. I was really upset about it at first, but then I mellowed and saw the humor in the situation. It was the first time that I had made this mistake in the year I had worked there. My coworkers were happy to hear that I had forgotten it since everyone else had forgotten theirs at some point in the past. It showed that I was human, and that I made the same mistakes as everyone...
Tags: Work, Opinion, Life, Mba, Time, Value, Interesting, Lp, Nes, ADE, App, Look, Light, SL, Ces, Ear


Partial seasons have a payoff

Partial seasons have a payoff for the content holder. Allow me to explain. Years ago I watched a show that I liked called WareHouse 13. Unfortunately they only had two episodes on Netflix, so I never watched past that. It seemed to be on TV but because I didn’t watch because it wasn’t a priority. So yesterday I see it listed on Amazon Video. Now I don’t like Amazon at all, but I also am very curious about what happened. I also like the story line because it thoughtfully examines different ideas...
Tags: Ios, Amazon, Art, Video, TV, Internet, Opinion, Life, Future, Support, Interesting, Data, Old, Nes, Use, Watch


Immigration reduces crime study finds

Immigration reduces crime study finds. Why share this? Some people believe that immigration causes crime. In fact it does the opposite and reduces certain types of crime. What is the data that supports this? From the article itself: The authors drew a sample of 200 metropolitan areas as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau and used census data and uniform crime reporting data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a 40-year period from 1970 to 2010. Compare this to what is said here. “When Me...
Tags: Work, Art, Asia, Family, Japan, Crime, Legal, Jobs, Drugs, Opinion, Mexico, Life, Study, Age, Birth, Support


Real life superhero in NYC giving to others

This is a touching story about a real life superhero in NYC giving to others. Why am I sharing this? It is touching that the values of sharing and caring for others cause people to do these kind of things. We can help in our own way. It is neat that he took something that may people consider a negative or problem and turned it into a positive. One of the things that he has said in other documentaries is that he gives and goes out and helps people when he doesn’t have work. He works as a video pr...
Tags: Work, Art, Video, Money, NYC, Opinion, Life, Time, Value, Sharing, Lp, Nes, SM, Use, ADE, App


How much is enough?

One of the questions I often ask myself is How much is enough? For example, I have been fortunate to have jobs that have enabled me to buy a car I enjoy. What I have seen myself doing over the years is buying better and better cars. I enjoy cars and the technology they have, but at some  point it has to stop. I just can’t continue to spend money on better cars or I won’t have money for other things that are more important. Don’t misunderstand. I am buying cars that I can easily afford and that a...
Tags: Work, Food, Art, Technology, Jobs, Money, Opinion, Life, Youth, Time, Women, Cars, Tech, Information, Interesting, Research


Zmodo Torch Pro To Monitor Your Front Door + Giveaway

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Are you living in your own Holodeck?

If you are familiar with Star Trek you know that the Holodeck is an area where anything you want can be true. It allows the user to experience anything they can imagine, and with all the reality of it actually happening. The only thing close to the technology now is just our dreams. However I was thinking about Holodecks, and I think that people live in their own Holodeck. Here are the reasons why. The Holodeck is a place where you create your own reality. Don’t we all create our own reality? Y...
Tags: Art, Technology, Opinion, Life, Future, Fantasy, Belief, Tech, Lp, Use, ADE, App, Like, Look, Looks, Stand


3M Wearable Technology To Better Understand Triggers For Asthma & Allergy Sufferers

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Tags: Health, Sponsored, Wearables, Technology, Life, Ces, Asthma, Allergy, Geek Life, Healthy Life


Lenovo Smart Assistant; An Alexa Alternative #CES2017

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Tags: Sponsored, Music, Life, Ces, Smart Home, Lenovo, Amazon Echo, Geek Life


The Interoperability Of Things (And Brands)

What makes a product or service really work? For years, you could only text message someone who was on the same carrier. For years, there were MP3 players that required a whole bunch of hardware and multiple software solutions to make everything work. Currently, if you want to see the true Internet of Things in action (home automation, etc...) it takes many different kinds of hardwares, softwares and hacks to pull it all together. In short: if it's confusing, hard and challenging, you may get th...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Amazon, Ipad, Facebook, Fashion, Technology, Hardware, Marketing, Brand, Ces, Ipod, Service, Computer, Software, Platform


I Am Lusting Over Sony's New Paper-Thin E Ink Watch

Despite the added functionality that manufacturers keep trying to cram inside them, watches have always been, and will always be, a fashion accessory first. And that’s why we’re lusting over this new concept E Ink watch from Sony that can instantly change its design, but is also thinner than a credit card.Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Wearables, Fashion, Science, Tech, Ces, Watches, Sony, E Ink


Married to money: 'smart' wedding ring doubles as payment method

Unveiled at CES 2017, Tappy ‘smart rings’ connect to wearer’s bank account and can be used to make purchases through contactless pay terminals in storesIn the future, rings could become much more than statements of commitment or fashion. According to a Hong Kong-based tech company, wedding rings will continue to be symbols of everlasting love – but also a method of payment.The Tappy “smart ring”, unveiled this week at CES, the annual electronics show in Las Vegas, will enable its wearer to pay f...
Tags: Hong Kong, Fashion, Technology, World news, US news, Ces, Las Vegas, Wearable Technology, Tappy


The Tech Trends from CES 2017 That Will Actually Matter

Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show hosts dozens of tech companies showing off their latest creations. Many never make it to store shelves, but it’s a great way to see how technology will evolve over the coming year. Here’s what you can expect in 2017 based on what we saw from CES.Read more...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Android, Gaming, Feature, TV, Movies, Samsung, Ces, Nvidia, Lg, Hdr, Editors Picks, Alexa, Consumer Electronics Show, 4k Tvs


Don't lose your snooze: the technology that's promising a better night's sleep

Sleep technology is one of the biggest trends at CES, the world’s top electronics show, from beds that stop snoring to a pillow that monitors sleep cycles A bed that adjusts itself in the night to stop people from snoring. A princess and the pea-style gadget that fits under a mattress and monitors sleep. A “water-based, app-controlled mattress topper”, which will encourage deep slumber. Related: LG unveils Hub Robot to compete with Amazon Echo and Google Home Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Technology, Sleep, Life and style, US news, Ces, Health & wellbeing, Las Vegas, Nevada, Lg, Amazon Echo, Don


Protect Your Smart Home & Mobile Devices With BitdefenderBOX; See At #CES2017

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Heading to #CES2017

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Del La Soul – Me, Myself & I

Some videos are just classic, and this is one of them. Lets ignore the obvious skill and talent for a moment. What this album did at the time was say it was ok to be different, and different in the most hostile setting for being unique-a high school. It gave hope to anyone who was different, that different was not only ok but to be celebrated. One of the best parts of music and culture is that it can reflect the experiences that we have. I have always appreciated culture because it shows the exp...
Tags: Decisions, Art, Videos, Video, Music, New York, Class, Arts, Youtube, Opinion, Life, Age, Time, Happiness, Cars, Nes


Stories from my Past: Giving does have its limits

Sometimes you find that when you try to give, you get told no and get more in return. I always try to show people whom I appreciate that I value their time and energy. I did that 3 times today and got rebuffed each time. 1st time. I was talking with a coworker and said that I appreciated their hard work and that I wanted to give them a small gift for Xmas. They said that they had learned many things from me and appreciated me and it wasn’t necessary to give a gift for them to feel appreciated. T...
Tags: Energy, Work, Money, Opinion, Life, Time, Value, Support, Christmas, Gift, Old, Lp, Nes, SM, Use, App


Touching TV show called The Super

I’ve been watching a touching TV show called The Super on Netflix. It really is educational. Why is this a touching show? Mostly because the Super tries in every way to fix the issues that his tenants face. I would have loved to have a super like Dave. All of my supers have been far short of his standard. What we see is him buying things and giving money out of his own pocket to help people. He sympathizes with people and cares about their problems. I like how many of the issues that he faces is...
Tags: Work, TV, Money, Education, Opinion, Life, Face, Age, Love, Time, Clients, Avoid, Lp, Nes, Use, Watch



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