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Testing ZF’s Autonomous Ride-Hailing Taxi

We try out a robo-taxi at CES, and learn where the industry really is at on the road to autonomous lifts As Silicon Valley and the car industry continue to converge, we’re seeing an increasing presence of autonomous cars at the Consumer Electronics Show, including an autonomous robo-taxi that we caught a ride in this year. The ZF Autonomous Ride-Hailing Taxi is a prototype that’s meant …
Tags: Design, Tech, Ces, Silicon Valley, Autonomous Cars, Taxi, Consumer Electronics Show, Autonomous Driving, ZF, CES 2019


OrCam’s MyMe uses facial recognition to remember everyone you meet

Meet the Orcam MyMe, a tiny device that you clip on your T-shirt to help you remember faces. The OrCam MyMe features a small smartphone-like camera and a proprietary facial-recognition algorithm so that you can associate names with faces. It can be a useful device at business conferences, or to learn more about how you spend a typical day. This isn’t OrCam’s first device. The company has been selling the MyEye for a few years. It’s a wearable device for visually impaired people that you clip to ...
Tags: Google, Gadgets, Tech, Ces, Orcam, CES 2019, OrCam MyMe


Electric Mobility Innovation at CES 2019

Beyond cars, some of our favorite one- and two-wheel vehicles At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the attendees were hovering, around many major car brands’ electric vehicles and the numerous future-fantasy aircrafts on show. Audi and Mercedes-Benz unveiled theirs, while Nissan debuted a revision of an earlier debut, and Bell collaborated with Uber. But, some of the most practical innovations on exhibition this year plan to solve …
Tags: Design, Tech, Ces, Bikes, Scooters, Electric Vehicles, Mobility, Segway, Bmw, Audi, Nissan, Harley Davidson, Bell, Yamaha, Mercedes Benz, Personal Mobility


The Square Off chess board melds the classical with the robotic

CES crowds can be tough — especially toward the end of the week. You’re physically and emotionally drained, and you’re pretty sure you’ve seen everything the consumer electronics world has to offer. And then something comes along to knock your socks off. Square Off was one such product, impressing the crowd at our meetup and walking away the winner of our hardware pitch-off. The company’s first product looks like your run of the mill wooden chess board. And that’s part of the charm. Turn it ...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Hardware, Entertainment, China, Tech, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, CES 2019, Bhavya Gohil, InfiVention, Maker Faire Rome


CES 2019: 5 Questions with Lenovo

Gina Qiao, SVP, CMO of Lenovo on the launch of their smart devices, partnering with a network of companies to deliver a connected ecosystem centered around the customer. The post CES 2019: 5 Questions with Lenovo appeared first on brandchannel:.
Tags: Advertising, Lenovo, 5 Questions, CES 2019, Gina Qiao


Kano will start releasing Star Wars and other Disney-branded products later this year

Educational computing kit company Kano announced today that it has signed a two-year licensing deal to create Disney-branded products later this year. Details are still pretty scant on how precisely the deal with Disney’s Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products will take shape, but the first product looks to be a Star Wars-themed kit due out in the second half of the year.  Kano, which is best known for its kid-centric computer kit, has already had success with third-party branding, includin...
Tags: Star Wars, Hardware, Marvel, Disney, Tech, Harry Potter, Pixar, Kano, Sphero, Alex Klein, CES 2019, Disney 's Parks Experiences and Consumer Products


Checking out the Show Floor CES 2019

Check out our selection of highlights in the gallery below and let us know what your favorite CES announcement was in the comments! The post Checking out the Show Floor CES 2019 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Technology, All News, Emerging Technology, 3d Printing, Smart Car, Las Vegas Convention Center, 8K, CES 2019, CES 2019 Show Floor, Electic Vehicle, Robotic Submersibles, Tech Coverage


The Weird, Bizarre, and Amusing Tech at CES 2019

For all the cool gadgets that get shown off at CES, there’s also a bunch of things that make even the most jaded tech bloggers squint in a mix of confusion and amused befuddlement. Some of it you’ll find on the main show floor, others you’ll find in the nooks and corners at the Sands Expo and Eureka Park.Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Tech, Ces, Consumer Tech, Sands Expo, CES 2019, Eureka Park Read


The Worst Pain in the World, Bendable Phones, and Joshua Tree: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Ten hut, Gizmodo readers! Do you have a New Year’s Resolution you should be working on? Do not answer that rhetorical question, because yours are the feeble dreams of weaklings and mine is to whip this sorry, good-for-nothing blog audience squad into shape!Read more...
Tags: Food, Gadgets, Comics, Astronomy, TV, Science, Technology, Privacy, Syfy, Ces, Glass, Surveillance, Physics, Birds, International Space Station, Ocean


A first look at Twitter’s new beta app and its bid to remain ‘valuable and relevant’

Twitter has made a name for itself, at its most basic level, as a platform that gives everyone who uses it a voice. But as it has grown, that unique selling point has set Twitter up for as many challenges — harassment, confusing way to manage conversations — as it has opportunities — the best place to see in real time how the public reacts to something, be it a TV show, a political uprising, or a hurricane. Now, to fix some of the challenges, the company is going to eat its own dogfood (birdf...
Tags: Social, TC, Apps, Twitter, US, Tech, Nba, Jack Dorsey, Dorsey, Haider, NDA, Sara Haider, CES 2019


Mental well-being took center stage at CES 2019

This week, the Las Vegas Convention Center was packed with many of the year’s biggest new devices. But over the last several years, The Sands has become the place where the real magic happens. The segment of the show known as Eureka Park is where the startups and accelerators congregate, often times showing off products that are still years away. A quick walk around the floor (insofar as someone can walk quickly with that much humanity slowly shuffling through the halls) sheds a lot of light ...
Tags: Hardware, Sleep, Tech, Meditation, Mental Health, Fda, Las Vegas Convention Center, Eureka Park, CES 2019


Sensel’s pressure-sensitive display tech works underwater

The Morph is a fun little computer peripheral. The small trackpad uses a series of silicone covers to recreate different interfaces, from a QWERTY keyboard to a drum pad. Ultimately, however, it’s the tech that drives the product — rather than the product itself — that may prove the most useful. Sensel was on-hand at CES this week, in a much larger booth than the year prior. The Morph took up a chunk of the area, including a musician using different pads to play songs live. But the startup’s...
Tags: Hardware, Tech, Sensel, CES 2019


Anker’s PowerPort Atom is my permanent new travel companion

I had fight a couple of coworkers for this thing. It’s a strange thing to fight over, I realize, but we are strange people with a strange job. And more importantly, I won. I’m plugged into the PowerPort Atom as I write this. It’s keeping my 13-inch MacBook Pro alive via the plane power outlet tightly squeezed behind my legs. I travel a lot, and I try to travel light. Determining what goes into and what stays out of my carryon feels a bit like stocking delivery rockets for the International S...
Tags: Apple, Google, Hardware, Tech, Anker, Apple Chargers, CES 2019, PowerPort Atom


All the best phone and tablet cases from CES 2019

We saw a few interesting phone cases and a really cool new tablet case at CES 2019. It's a smart move to protect your gadgets, so check out these options which are all available now or coming very soon. The post All the best phone and tablet cases from CES 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Trends, Best cases, CES 2019


Nowhere to Be Found: 5 Notable MIAs at CES 2019

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) seems to have almost everything, ranging from the truly innovative to the slightly bizarre. But every year, there are a few things that don’t make it to the show floor. Some of these MIAs can tell you as much about the industry as its carefully choreographed announcements. With that […]
Tags: Apple, News, Roku, Magic Leap, CES 2019


Best of CES 2019: 5 Innovations That Stole the Show

Foldable phones, bread-baking robots, and sci-fi toilets: This week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas had its share of far-out gadgets, many of which likely won’t ever turn into mass-market products. But there were also a few devices that stood out from the crowd, demonstrating both how fast technology advances and where media consumption and […]
Tags: News, Samsung, Las Vegas, Lenovo, Consumer Electronics Show, Roland, Tablo, CES 2019


New Boox Note Pro is all the ebook reading device you’ll ever need

The Boox Note Pro is an impressive ebook reader that combines so many features and services, that you're unlikely to need any other reading or note-taking device. We took a closer look at CES 2019. The post New Boox Note Pro is all the ebook reading device you’ll ever need appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Trends, Note Pro, Boox, Ebook reader, CES 2019


Highlights From CES 2019

At the annual event we found health-improving tech, mobility-driven innovation and everything between This year at the Consumer Electronics Show—CES—there was significant chatter about acclimating the public to the future of technologies like virtual assistants and autonomous vehicles. But, while it seems that nearly every company in the industry is working on, integrating or supporting one or the other, there was plenty of technology on display …
Tags: Cooking, Design, Technology, Tech, Health and Wellness, Ces, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Las Vegas, Best Of, Smart Homes, Fintech, Biotechnology, Consumer Electronics Show, Mixed Reality, Virtual Assistants


Sony reshuffles its mobile division, gears up for comeback at MWC

Sony Mobile had a tough 2018, but it's looking to turn its mobile fortunes around in 2019. We sat down with VP of Marketing, Don Mesa, at CES 2019 to find out what the company has in store for us in the year ahead. The post Sony reshuffles its mobile division, gears up for comeback at MWC appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Business, Trends, Sony, MWC, Sony Mobile, CES 2019, Ces2019, VP of Marketing Don Mesa


Nubia’s two-screen wonder is a new solution to our all-screen selfie problems

Nubia has added a second screen to the back of the Nubia X so the rear camera can be used for selfies -- and a lot more -- and the front is all-screen. We tried the phone out at CES 2019. The post Nubia’s two-screen wonder is a new solution to our all-screen selfie problems appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Trends, Nubia, Second Screen, CES 2019, Nubia X, Ces2019


Is Samsung getting serious about robotics?

A funny thing happened at Samsung’s CES press conference. After the PC news, 8K TVs and Bixby-sporting washing machines, the company announced “one more thing,” handing over a few brief moments to announce a robotics division, three new consumer and retail robots and a wearable exoskeleton. It was a pretty massive reveal in an extremely short space, and, quite frankly, raised far more questions than it answered. Within the broader context of a press conference, it’s often difficult to determi...
Tags: Samsung, Tech, Robots, Lg, Robotics, Bixby, CES 2019


Spotify’s increased focus on podcasts in 2019 includes selling its own ads

Having established itself as a top streaming service with now over 200 million users, Spotify this year is preparing to focus more of its attention on podcasts. The company plans bring its personalization technology to podcasts in order to make better recommendations, update its app’s interface so people can access podcasts more easily, and broker more exclusives with podcast creators. It’s also getting into the business of selling ads within podcasts, as a means of generating revenue from this ...
Tags: TC, Mobile, Spotify, Media, Podcasts, Amy Schumer, Advertising, Samsung, Tech, Pandora, Podcasting, Las Vegas, Ad Tech, El Chapo, Consumer Electronics Show CES, Holt


Taking a stroll with Samsung’s robotic exoskeleton

Samsung’s look but don’t touch policy left many wondering precisely how committed the company is to its new robots. On the other hand, the company was more than happy to let me take the GEMS (Gait Enhancing and Motivation System) spin. The line includes a trio of wearable exoskeletons, the A (ankle), H (hip) and K (knee). Each serve a different set of needs and muscles, but ultimately provide the same functions: walking assistant and resistance for helping wearers improve strength and balanc...
Tags: Samsung, Tech, Robotics, CES 2019


A Pong table managed to wow CES 2019

That’s not the kind of headline one expects to write going into the week. But here we are. Universal Space’s analog Pong table is a mindblower in a whole unexpected way. The tabletop machine goes more retro than retro by bring pong into the real world through the magic of magnets (some day, perhaps, we’ll discover how they work). There’s a square “ball” and a pair of rectangular paddles on either side, moved back and forth by spinning a wheel. Like the classic game, spinning faster and hitti...
Tags: Startups, Gaming, Hardware, Pong, CES 2019


Wireless charging over a distance is coming to your phone case

Battery life is a big issue for smartphone owners, so the idea of wireless charging over a distance is exciting. Wireless charging pioneers Ossia announced a partnership with case maker Spigen, which brings the technology a step closer. The post Wireless charging over a distance is coming to your phone case appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Trends, Wireless Charging, Ossia, Spigen, CES 2019


Lenovo Smart Clock hands-on review

Move over Amazon Echo Spot: Lenovo’s Smart Clock With Google Assistant is coming for you. At just $79, the Smart Clock turns off the camera and turns up the cuteness factor for an enhanced alarm clock experience. The post Lenovo Smart Clock hands-on review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Trends, Smart Home, Lenovo, Google Assistant, CES 2019, Lenovo Smart Clock


Nissan’s new Leaf e+ is packing more than just 226 miles of range

Electric vehicle competition is heating up and it’s pushing some of the first entrants to add range and other features in hopes of keeping up with automakers that are just bringing EVs to the market. Nissan has been in this EV game for nearly nine years now. The company has sold more than 380,000 Leaf vehicles globally since the EV first went on sale in 2010. And while it debuted a refreshed version of its all-electric Leaf just 16 months ago, the automaker is back with another Leaf variant that...
Tags: Energy, Electric Vehicle, Japan, Cars, Tech, Eu, European Union, Smartphone, Automotive, United States, Transport, Nissan, Driver, Kia, Electric Cars, Charging Station


Holoride’s in-car VR solution is the best thing at CES 2019

After days of demos and announcements and miles of walking, I’m confident in declaring Holoride the best thing at this year’s CES. The designation of “The best thing at CES 2019” is my badging. This isn’t an official award handed-out by a governing body. This is just me saying Holoride is the best thing I’ve seen at the show. This year’s CES is fine, I guess. The main theme is connecting services around the smart home. There’s a huge range of devices that now support services from Amazon, Goo...
Tags: Gadgets, Disney, Tech, Audi, Vegas, Disney World, Amazon Google, CES 2019, Holoride, Audi Electronics Venture


With Spigen's New Over-the-Air Charging Case, We're One Step Closer to Truly Wireless Power Being a Reality

Over the past few years, Ossia has impressed us with demonstrations of its over-the-air power delivery system which promises to make charging cables and pads obsolete. But it’s always been just demos of prototypes, which feels like a constant tease of a future we want right now. For CES 2019, however, Ossia worked…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Tech, Smartphones, Ces, Power, Cases, Wireless, Charging, Ossia, Consumer Tech, Cota, Spigen, CES 2019, Ces2019, Forever Sleeve


Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 February 20 in San Francisco

CES has never been much of a mobile show for Samsung — not with Mobile World Congress a little over a month away. But the company did use its big platform this week to announce the announcement of its next flagship smartphone. Turns out the Samsung’s not unveiling the Galaxy S10 in Barcelona, either. In fact, the handset will actually make its debut a week before Barcelona’s big mobile show at a standalone Unpacked event in San Francisco. So thanks, Samsung, for those extra frequent flier mi...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, Hardware, Samsung, San Francisco, Barcelona, Huawei, CES 2019, Galaxy S10



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