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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra review: Camera refinements are nice, but the price drop’s the thing

The Galaxy S21 is a tank. It’s a big, heavy (8.04 ounces versus its predecessor’s 7.7), blunt instrument of a phone. It’s quintessential Samsung, really — the handset you purchase when too much isn’t quite enough. In fact, it even goes so far as adopting S-Pen functionality — perhaps the largest distinguishing factor between the company’s two flagship lines. In many ways it — and the rest of the S21 models — are logical extensions of the product line. Samsung hasn’t broken the mold here. But the...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Mobile, New York, Hardware, Samsung, Tech, Ces, Qualcomm, Pen, Samsung Galaxy, Corning, Ultra, Brian Heater, CES 2021, Samsung Galaxy S21


LG's new 2021 4K OLED and 8K QNED TVs could be the company's best displays yet - here are our first impressions

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Steven Cohen/Business Insider LG's new 2021 TV lineup is led by the flagship G1 4K OLED evo TV and the 99 Series 8K QNED TV.We got a first look during a CES 2021 event last week, and both models left us impressed.Pricing hasn't been announced yet, but LG's 2021 TVs are expected to launch this spring.See also: The best TVs of CES 2021 Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky LG revealed its new collection...
Tags: Reviews, Samsung, Trends, Ces, Led, Netflix, 4k, Morocco, New Jersey, Sony, Va, Lg, Oled, Tvs, Dolby Vision, Smart TV


Reflections on the first all-virtual CES

I’ve spent more time than I care to mention over the last several years wondering aloud about the value of in-person trade shows. There’s something seemingly antiquated in the idea of jamming a bunch of people in a room, walking from booth to booth. Sure, they’ve fulfilled an important need in the past, but aren’t they just a relic in this hyperconnected world? I’ve always assumed that if trade shows were to go extinct, it would be a gradual process — a slow fade into cultural irrelevance, like ...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Berlin, Events, Tech, Cta, Ces, United States, Las Vegas, Lenovo, Mobile World Congress, GSMA, Sensel, Ifa, Eureka Park, CES 2021


The Station: CES trends and Uber plots another spinoff

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox. Hi friends and new readers, welcome back to The Station, a newsletter dedicated to all the present and future ways people and packages move from Point A to Point B. Before I launch into the news of the week, let’s take care of some housekeeping. First, you might have noticed that The Station landed in your email inbox on Sunday, not Saturda...
Tags: Transportation, Uber, UK, Tech, Tesla, Intel, Ces, Automotive, Fca, Gm, Sony, Archer, Panasonic, Bmw, Mercedes, West Hollywood


Goama lets developers integrate a social gaming platform into their apps

Goama (also known as Go Games) lets developers quickly integrate social games into their apps. Some of Goama’s clients have used it for promotional campaigns, while others rely on the platform, which introduces new games every week, to add a full-fledged gaming function to their app. The startup, which recently took part in SOSV’s accelerator program, presented last week during CES at the Taiwan Tech Arena pavilion. The event is over, but Goama’s virtual booth is still up. Some of Goama’s client...
Tags: Startups, TC, Asia, Tech, Ces, Latin America, Social Gaming, SOSV, Rappi, Taiwan Tech Arena, CES 2021, Go Games, Goama


Startups at CES showed how tech can help elderly people and their caregivers

The COVID-19 pandemic shined a harsh spotlight on the challenges many elderly people face. Older adults are among the highest-risk groups for developing cases that need hospitalization and nursing homes were especially vulnerable to outbreaks. While dealing with COVID-19, the elderly have also faced many other problems, including the difficulty of accessing medical care for chronic conditions during lockdowns and isolation. Many of these issues won’t go away after the pandemic. According to the ...
Tags: Apple, Health, Startups, TC, Aging, Tech, Ces, United Nations, Virtual Reality, Seniors, AARP, FallCall Solutions, Folia Health, Embleema, CES 2021, Nobi


A non-connectivity approach can be practical for a smart home

BenjiLock by Hampton intentionally left any kind of connectivity out of its front door lock, bike lock, and gym lock. But is that a great idea? We examine.
Tags: Trends, Smart Home, Fingerprint, Hampton, BenjiLock, CES 2021, Ces 2021 Product


The pandemic was top of mind in the tech of CES 2021

Of course COVID-19 was bound to be an unavoidable topic during the first-ever all-virtual CES. After all, the topic is at front of mind regardless of the topic these days. Close to a year into the pandemic, presenters still understandably feel obligated to address the always-present elephant in the room. Sometimes it was as simple as acknowledging the strangeness of moving from the Las Vegas Convention Center to a Microsoft-powered virtual venue. Other times it felt far more forced. When it come...
Tags: Hardware, Microsoft, Tech, Ces, Portland, Dell, Razer, East Asia, Hazel, Las Vegas Convention Center, UBTech, Targus, Ao Air, CES 2021, Ava Robotics, LG UBTech


The Stand-Out Laptops of CES 2021

It was definitely strange not being able to hold, type on, or touch the brand new laptop screens at CES as we would have in pre-covid times. There’s only so much you can tell about a product you only see or read about online, so that tangibility is an absolute necessity to figuring out what a laptop is all about.…Read more...
Tags: Science, Asus, Hp, Acer, MSI, Lenovo, Chromebooks, Laptops, ADATA, Gaming Laptops, XPG, 2 In 1s, CES 2021


The best COVID tech of CES 2021: Smart masks and sanitizers

From smart face masks to temperature-checking doorbells, there was plenty of tech introduced at CES 2021 designed to combat COVID-19. Here was the best.
Tags: News, Trends, Ces, Health & Fitness, Coronavirus, COVID-19, CES 2021, Ces 2021 Best Of


The biggest tech show of the year usually provides a glimpse into the future. But CES 2021 was all about the past year of pandemic life.

Razer Project Hazel Razer The biggest theme at CES 2021 was adapting to the changes in life brought on by COVID-19. Smart masks with built-in microphones, robots that can disinfect with UV light, and laptops that are better equipped for Zoom calls were among the highlights. That represents a departure for CES, which is usually about envisioning the future of tech, transportation, health, and the home than reflecting on the past year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The ...
Tags: Amazon, New York City, Trends, Tech, Hp, Ces, Analysis, Robots, Dell, Las Vegas, Lg, Razer, Lenovo, Laptops, Hazel, Targus


Samsung Shows off Its Under Panel Camera for Laptops

Samsung has released a teaser for its under-screen camera technology, but Samsung likes to call it under panel camera. The technology will be used in Laptops for now. The post Samsung Shows off Its Under Panel Camera for Laptops appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Samsung, Pc, All News, Hardware News, Display, Oled, Laptops, CES 2021


Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro are a solid AirPods alternative

I suspect it will be a while before I get excited over wireless earbuds. It’s not for a lack of trying on the part of manufacturers. In fact, quite the contrary. The category actually matured quite quickly, compared to various other verticals in the consumer electronics space. The truth is, most major hardware makers have gotten pretty decent at making a pair of wireless buds — many for pretty cheap. Samsung’s been in that category for a while now. I’ve liked the last several models I’ve tried f...
Tags: Apple, Wearables, Hardware, Samsung, Tech, Ces, Headphones, Sony, ANC, Bixby, Brian Heater, Wireless Earbuds, CES 2021, Harman AKG


ASUS announces three New 4K 144Hz Monitors with HDMI 2.1

ASUS has released three new HDMI 2.1 based monitors: TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A, ROG Swift PG32UQ, and ROG Strix XG43UQ. The post ASUS announces three New 4K 144Hz Monitors with HDMI 2.1 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Gaming, Asus, All News, Hardware News, Tuf, Gaming monitor, Asus ROG, CES 2021, ROG Strix XG43UQ, ROG Swift PG32UQ, TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A


Touchless doorbell feature shouldn’t be exclusive to new models

CES 2021 introduced us to the touchless doorbell, but it shouldn't be exclusive to just new models -- it should come to existing ones as well.
Tags: Trends, Smart Home, Video Doorbell, CES 2021, Touchless Doorbell


It's Hard to Be Excited About New Laptops and GPUs When Supply is Scarce

If you believed the rumors, AMD and Nvidia were supposed to deliver a bunch of show-stopping CES announcements. Rumors that Nvidia was going to announce a RTX 3080 Ti or a RTX 3070 Super. Rumors that AMD was going to launch its RX 6700 by the end of this month. Even Intel was quiet about the status of its discrete Xe…Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Science, Intel, Computers, Nvidia, Desktops, Amd, Laptops, Cpus, Gpus, CES 2021


10 Takeaways From the Variety Entertainment Summit: A CES Partner Program

Entertainment executives and stars across streaming sites and digital media companies took part in Variety’s virtual Entertainment Summit, a partnership event with CES hosted on Thursday. The summit covered new and emerging technologies and innovation techniques that are changing the landscape of film, TV, gaming and more. Topics included the rising importance of streaming content, […]
Tags: News, Variety, Variety Entertainment Summit at CES, CES 2021, Variety Entertainment Summit


A behind-the-scenes look at the Digital Trends Experience Center at CES 2021

See how we were able to use the latest technology to bring our viewers and readers as close to being on the actual CES floor as possible.
Tags: News, Trends, Ces, CES 2021, Digital Trends Experience Center


The 15 coolest gadgets at CES 2021

Just because CES 2021 has gone virtual doesn't mean there's a shortage of new tech to ogle. Here, we've rounded up some of the coolest gadgets shown so far.
Tags: Mobile, Gaming, Wearables, News, Cars, Samsung, Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Virtual Reality, Panasonic, Lg, Smart Home, Razer, Lenovo, Cadillac


David Morin gets pumped up about his Ultrahuman app at CES 2021

David Morin, one of today’s top fitness models, talks about launching a new global health and fitness platform at CES 2021.
Tags: News, Trends, Exercise, David Morin, CES 2021, Ultrahuman


These Are the Wearables That Stood Out at CES 2021

Usually, when people think of wearables, their mind conjures an image of a smartwatch. Fair! But at CES, wearables are a much, much broader category. They include everything from “hearables” and smart rings, to futuristic proof of concept devices that may never actually see the light of day.Read more...
Tags: Wearables, Science, Smartwatches, Smart Glasses, CES 2021, Taint Bandaid, Smart Masks, Open Ear Audio


Intel adds Nvidia RTX gaming power to compact NUC 11 Enthusiast mini PC

Phantom Canyon makes its CES 2021 debut with 11th-Gen CPU.
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Intel, Ces, Computing, Nvidia, NUC, GeForce, Rtx, GeForce RTX, CES 2021


ThinkComputers Podcast #256

This week on the podcast we talk about our review of the Samsung 980 Pro PCIe 4.0 NVMe Solid State Drive, which happens to be the fastest SSD we've ever tested! We also discuss all of the news coming out of CES 2021 including the RTX 3060 12GB graphics card, Z590 motherboards, Ryzen 5000 series mobile GPUs and more! The post ThinkComputers Podcast #256 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Podcast, Samsung, Ces, Computer Hardware, Tech News, Nvidia, Amd, ThinkComputers, ThinkComputers Podcast, Tech Podcast, RYZEN, Pc Hardware, Pc Hardware Podcast, CES 2021, Rtx 3060, Computer Podcast


Morgan Freeman talks about how entertainers are performing during the pandemic

As an owner of the celebrated Ground Zero Blues Club, Morgan Freeman talks streaming the blues.
Tags: News, Trends, Blues, Morgan Freeman, CES 2021, Ground Zero Blues Club Morgan Freeman


Reggie Watts talks social media and tech for creatives at CES 2021

Reggie Watts, famed comedian and leader of the house band for The Late Late Show with James Corden, talks tech and social media at CES 2021.
Tags: News, Trends, James Corden, Reggie Watts, CES 2021


The most exciting PC gaming trends from CES 2021

From experimental new gaming laptops to HDMI 2.1 monitors, PC gaming had a huge show at CES 2021.
Tags: News, Trends, Computing, HDMI 2.1, CES 2021


Meet Moley: A robotic chef that’s cooking up a crazy new future for your kitchen

Today, our kitchens have things like ovens, fridges, stovetops, toasters, and microwaves. Tomorrow, they might just have built-in robotic sous chefs.
Tags: Trends, Features, Robots, Ai, Smart Home, Emerging Tech, CES 2021, Ces 2021 Product, Ces 2021 Innovation, Ces 2021 Must See, The Future Of


11 best home appliances and fixtures of CES 2021

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. LG The 2021 CES tech show was completely virtual, but there were plenty of interesting new appliances for the home.  To address our new normal, there was an emphasis on bathroom and kitchen tech that keeps things clean and calm. Some of the products we're most interested to try out are LG's InstaView oven, Roborock's S7 mopping robot vacuum, and Kohler's spa-like bathtub.Visit Business Insider's ho...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Japan, US, Samsung, Trends, Siri, Ces, Panasonic, Las Vegas, Lg, Smart Home, Philips, Alexa, Home And Kitchen, Kohler


The Box is an answer to the unstoppable cardboard pile-up in your house

This e-commerce solution could reduce waste, increase security. But will anyone use it?
Tags: News, Trends, Shipping, CES 2021, Ces 2021 Product, Ces 2021 Innovation


Astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor talks about tech on the ISS

Dr. Serena Auñón-Chancellor is an associate professor of clinical medicine at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, as well as an active member of the NASA astronaut core. She speaks about her experiences and the tech on board the International Space Station.
Tags: News, Trends, Nasa, International Space Station, Iss, LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, Serena Auñón, Serena Auñón Chancellor, CES 2021, Astonaut