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How This Agency Made Netflix’s Eerie Booth for Altered Carbon the Breakout Star at CES

Netflix's bizarre campaign at the Consumer Electronics Show for its upcoming sci-fi show Altered Carbon may have seemed like a quick and viral public relations stunt, but the event was actually highly calculated and planned, down to a protest and fake vandalism of its event booth. Psychasec was billed as a radical new technology that...

CES 2018: The Nvidia BFGD, Because Size Does Matter

Shacknews has been moving around the 2018 Consumer Electronic Show sampling all the wares on offer, and one of the most impressive pieces of tech we got to check out was the Nvidia BFGD 65-inch monitor. The BFGD stands for “Big Format...Show More Summary

CES 2018: Feed Your Pet On The Go With Petcube Bites

Shacknews headed to the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show last week to gallivant around in a world of new and emerging tech, and among them were some intriguing new products for our furry friends. Among them was Petcube’s all-in-one Wi-Fi pet camera that has a special treat dispenser. Show More Summary

Solar-Powered Electric Car Lightyear One Receives Prestigious Climate Change Innovator Award

We previously wrote about an interesting project called the Lightyear One, a fully solar-powered electric car. The project just recently won the prestigious Climate Change Award at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

Genovation's 800-horsepower electric Corvette hits the road

Genovation debuted its electric GXE sports car at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier in the month, but now we finally have the first video of the silent beast on the road, cruising about Nevada's Valley of Fire no less. The b-roll footage—or should we say beauty-roll—simply shows the Chevrolet Corvette Grand...

CES 2018: Top 5 Windows-related announcements (video)

We recently wrapped up the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 in Las Vega, where plenty of PC manufacturers pulled the covers off their latest gizmos. Being at CES, I managed to get some hands-on time with many of these future products. Show More Summary

NASA Brought Mars to Earth at This Year’s CES

The Consumer Electronics Show is meant to display the future of humanity. There's a certain optimism in looking at how technology advances society; how we can take an ordinary refrigerator and make it "smart." But for a small band of operators, there's a bigger mission: getting people to look to the heavens and get excited...

7 Cutting-Edge Innovations that are About to Change Life at Home

Last week over 180,000 people from around the world descended onto the Las Vegas Convention Center to see the latest ideas in consumer tech at CES — the Consumer Electronics Show. CES is a chance to see what both big and small players from the tech industry are cooking up for our future (the first VHS VCR debuted at CES back in 1975). Show More Summary

CES 2018: Hands-on with Razer's Project Linda

Among the items that Shacknews got to check out during our time at last week's Consumer Electronics Show was an intriguing new laptop concept from Razer. While Project Linda isn't anywhere close to ready for consumer release, the folks...Show More Summary

Cortana is far from dead as Microsoft plans to make an 'Intelligent OS' with Windows 10

Despite the concern, Microsoft is not abandoning Cortana. In fact, the emerging AI front-end will only go deeper into Windows 10 starting with Windows Core OS. With the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) wrapping recently many people have been worried about Microsoft's Cortana assistant. Show More Summary

Robots, Robots Everywhere!

By Monty Guild and Tony Danaher – With the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) just past, it might be a good time to mention two developments in robotics that we’ve recently noted. Sage analyst Larry Jeddeloh at The Institutional Strategist noted that this year’s...

These 6 Digital Stats on Alexa, Brand Safety and Snapchat Grabbed Our Attention This Week

The whirlwind of last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is in the rearview mirror now. Not surprisingly, the event was full of data and stats about everything from the Internet of Things to smart TVs and artificial intelligence. Here's what stuck out to us last week, as well as a couple of numbers...

LG Demos 65-Inch Rollable OLED TV

Last week we showed you LG’s latest TV that rolls up like a poster and now we have some video to share of the company giving a demo. At the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, LG showed…

What’s Hot And What’s Not At CES 2018

Want to see what's new and cool at CES, the Consumer Electronics Show this year? More correctly, do you want to see what some people think is new and cool? Because some of this stuff is downright crazy. The post What’s Hot And What’s Not At CES 2018 appeared first on Pizza In Motion.

The 7 Best Robots From CES 2018

This edition of the Consumer Electronic Show, the annual grand mass of electronics products in Las Vegas, has gifted us with so many robotics products that it might be hard to navigate among all the announcements. The team at RobotShop and our community have debated together and here’s our ranking [...]            

Demonstration Of LG's 65-Inch Rollable OLED Television

6 days agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show of LG demonstrating their 65-inch rollable OLED television. The 16:9 screen can be remotely rolled down into its little box to display different aspect ratios like 21:9 (to avoid...Show More Summary

Lyft is turning its self-driving taxi demo from CES into a regional pilot

Lyft Inc. is looking to accelerate its self-driving taxi push. On Tuesday, the ride-sharing company revealed plans to extend an autonomous shuttle service that it had set up for the Consumer Electronics Show last week and launch a regional pilot project. Show More Summary

VIDEO: This Japanese Tech Company Taught Its Robot to Play Ping Pong

On the final day of the Consumer Electronics Show last week, I was walking through the crowded Las Vegas Convention Center when I saw the usual gaggle of techies blocking an aisle. Cameras drawn, they were watching a robot that looked more like a giant metallic crab. A moment later, a man walked up to...

LiDAR! Flying Taxis! Your Brain! The Changing Landscape of CES

The shifting profile of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week saw more elaborate displays of autonomous vehicle tech, including a prototype "air taxi" from venerable Bell, a division of Textron. But there was also some of the typical fare: a gigantic Samsung booth and flashy muscle cars.

Voice Reigned at CES 2018, but Diversity Was Still Elusive

Every year, the Consumer Electronic Show sets the agenda for the biggest trends and gadgets. Thousands of marketers descend into the desert to discuss the tech that consumers will soon get their hands on--and what it means for brands. As technology weaves more intricately into our daily lives and consumer adoption continues to grow, CES's...

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