Archive | ces 2019

The First Bendable Phone Is an Exciting Piece of Junk

Back in November, just days before Samsung teased its flexible display phone, Royole burst onto the scene with the Flexpai, the world’s first bendy phone. Sadly, demos were held in San Francisco, and I was in New York. By the time I found out, there simply wasn’t enough time for me to get there.Read more… […]

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Sitting In This Lamborghini Massage Chair Was Like Having Bad Sex With Optimus Prime

CES is a physically taxing event. So far, according to my trusty Fitbit Versa, I have walked upwards of 50,000 steps while carrying a 15-pound backpack. I busted my knee, I’m fighting a cold, and I don’t remember what the loving embrace of a human feels like.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Samsung Let Me Wear an Exoskeleton, and I Liked It

When a lot of people picture an exoskeleton, they might imagine Matt Damon wearing a robotic jumpsuit of sorts in the entertaining but critically panned move Elysium. Samsung has a different idea for how this technology might work. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the company showed off a line of…Read more… […]

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Technics reveal the new SL-1200 MK7 turntable, an introduction to the new standard

Panasonic’s Technics announced the release of a spin on their classic direct drive turntable, the SL-1200 MK7 at the CES trade show in Las Vegas. The audio equipment subsidiary of the hi-fi product company looks to re-standardize the DJ Turntable whose lineage dates back to 1972. The adjustments to improved tracking, a new stylus illuminator, and a reverse […]

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The Vive Pro Eye Is the Next Big Step for VR

While Facebook and Oculus are out there going after regular folk with the Oculus Go and the upcoming Oculus Quest, HTC Vive seems to be headed the opposite direction by attempting to push VR experiences even further with new Vive Pro Eye.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The 2019 Harley-Davidson LiveWire Is Far Too Expensive

Struggling motorcycle company Harley-Davidson’s vision for embracing the future is offering a full line of electric motorcycles by 2022. The first of these electrified bikes will be the 2019 LiveWire and, like all other Harley motorcycles, it’s expensive.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Soon, You’ll Be Able To Play Duck Hunt On Modern TVs

The NES Zapper light gun peripheral is an unfortunate victim of the relentless march of technology, rendered inoperable on modern flat-screen televisions. Retro console and peripheral maker Hyperkin aims to solve that problem with the Hyper Blaster HD, an NES light gun for the modern age.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Audi’s Giving Backseat VR Entertainment A Try With An Avengers Game

Cars aren’t just cars anymore. They’re basically a living room on four wheels, chock full of the luxuries you might expect on your couch. Audi wants to take that a step further. At CES, they’re debuting an interactive virtual reality system for your backseat passengers—one that’s in tune with the motions of the car.Read more… […]

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Hyundai Gave Its Concept Car a Bunch of Features You Can’t Buy Yet

Credit where credit is due, Hyundai has been making a lot of great cars lately, and the company’s sales growth reflects that. Hyundai wants you to know that it can think about the future, too. With the Le Fil Rouge concept unveiled last year, Hyundai has a vision of the connected, integrated, self-parking future that…Read […]

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We’re just a couple of days away from CES 2019, the electronics show that has slowly turned into an

We’re just a couple of days away from CES 2019, the electronics show that has slowly turned into an automotive show. We can’t wait to see EV and autonomous drive startups over-promise and subsequently under deliver, mainstream OEMs add useless tech to already bloated cars, and all of the disruption. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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D-Link’s New 5G Wifi Router Could Let You Say Goodbye to Cable Internet Forever

Unless you spent 2018 living in a cave (which would be 100 percent justified given the political climate) you’ve undoubtedly heard the buzz around the new 5G wireless networks coming online. They not only promise faster internet speeds for mobile devices but wireless internet that’s actually fast enough to completely…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Dystopian Rearview Mirrors Will Remember You With an Iris Scan

Michigan-based automotive mirror specialist Gentex is looking to debut rearview mirrors that contain iris-scanning technology at CES in Las Vegas, according to the Detroit Free Press. We’re well on our way to a full-on Blade Runner 2049 kind of lifestyle.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The 2020 Mercedes-Benz CLA Has a Brand New Luxury: Motion Activated Dome Lights

Gone are the days of aimlessly digging through the piles of crap you’ve accumulated on your passenger seat in the dark—if you’re planning to drive a 2020 Mercedes Benz CLA, that is. A new teaser video released on social media displays a neat new concept: a motion activated dome light.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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EV Startup Byton Is Really Doing the Steering Wheel-Mounted Tablet

As the Consumer Electronics Show approaches, more and more teasers are being released to get us all hyped up for the neat new technology about to be showcased. Byton, an EV marque looking to become a more down-to-earth version of Tesla, is set to talk about a brand new technology it’s introducing: a driver tablet…Read […]

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