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Ikea Introduces a Line of Tables, Lamps, and Desks That Can Wirelessly Charge Smartphones

yesterdayHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Swedish affordable furniture manufacturing giant Ikea was on hand at the Mobile World Congress consumer electronics show in Barcelona, Spain this week to unveil a new line of bedside tables, lamps, and desks designed by David Wahl that feature built-in wireless charging for smartphones via Qi. The wireless standard is the most widely deployed of […]

Samsung Introduces the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Featuring New Designs, Wireless Charging, and Mobile Payment

yesterdayHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Samsung is marking the Mobile World Congress consumer electronics show in Barcelona, Spain this week by announcing the latest two additions to its Galaxy S Android handset line (previously), the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. Both smartphones feature 5.1-inch displays, wireless charging, a brighter and faster 16-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a new design-focused […]

Top 5 Takeaways for the Connected Car

It's happened -- the connected car has been discovered. At the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last month journalists, policymakers, and industry members alike buzzed over the advanced automotive technologies...Show More Summary

See what marvels Nintendo and Sega brought to CES ... in 1992

Video games used to only take 16-bit graphics to blow our minds. This great time capsule of a video for a kids-and-parents outlet called Kidsmag! takes us back to 1992, when the Consumer Electronics Show still had a summer show in Chicago. Show More Summary

Dell XPS 13 2015 Review and Giveaway

At Consumer Electronics Show 2015, Dell’s XPS 13 2015 edition swept the awards for laptops, particularly in the $800 price range. Considering the sheer quality of its competition, this was no easy feat. But, dude, are you getting a Dell? Read on to find out. Show More Summary

CES 2015 Auto Tech

The annual Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas is famous for many reasons, but the car tech aspect of the show has become particularly popular in recent years, and for good reason. We're on the cusp of major changes to transportation not seen since Henry Ford's day. Show More Summary

Vice CEO Shane Smith reportedly spent $300,000 on a steak dinner at CES

The Consumer Electronics Show draws tens of thousands of tech fans to Las Vegas each year. Some visitors, however, are apparently better-heeled than others. According to Bloomberg, Vice CEO Shane Smith spent a jaw-dropping $300,000 on a dinner at the Bellagio's Prime Steakhouse during CES in January. Show More Summary

Future Proofing Your Smart Home for Apple HomeKit Compatibility

As the smart home scene has geared up, everyone has been waiting to see what Apple’s HomeKit will bring to the table—and we finally got a look at it during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Here are some of the most exciting products that we’ve seen, and some advice on making sure you can use HomeKit with as many devices as possible. Show More Summary

5 crucial considerations for agents selling ‘connected homes’

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last month, some of the most popular gadgets seemed unusually mundane: refrigerators, thermostats and air conditioners all received a remarkable amount of attention. That's because technology companies are outfitting familiar appliances with Internet-enabled dashboards and mechanical systems. Show More Summary

CES 2015 Best iPhone Acessories for the Smart Home

In this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), as usual, a lot of novelty gadgets were presented to the public. Some of them are ready to hit the market, while others are in an experimentation phase. Still, one of the hottest niches...Show More Summary

Google Glass May Be On Shaky Ground, But Sony’s Showing Off Its New Smart Eyeware

2 weeks agoTechnology : TechCrunch

Sony’s SmartEyeglass Attach! is something it debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, offering up a smart display module that adds connected intelligence to any kind of existing eyeware, be they optical frames, protective goggles or sunglasses. Show More Summary

CP+ 2015: Sony's new FE lenses almost ready for prime-time

At the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas last month, we got our hands on some mockups of Sony's upcoming FE-mount lenses. Originally promised to start shipping this month, Sony has yet to announce final pricing and availability but it is showing working pre-production samples of the lenses at CP+ in Yokohama, Japan. Show More Summary

8K displays for laptops may be coming in 2016 thanks to new video spec

If you want to see 8K resolution on a screen today, you probably have to settle for ogling a demo TV at a consumer electronics show. But while we wait for 8K TVs to hit the mainstream market, the approval of a new video standard may pave the way for more companies to start developing […]

Internet of Things Is Here, Now What?

Every year, the technology industry gathers at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to see the latest gadgets ranging from home appliances, TVs, wearables, games, cars, etc. We have all come to expect the unveiling...Show More Summary

Field Test: The Withings Activité Pop at the Consumer Electronics Show

Finding a taxicab during #CES2015, the Consumer Electronic show in Las Vegas is virtually impossible. One might try, but they’ll be standing around for at least a hour. After 9 years attending the show, I’ve realized it’s just easier and I prefer to walk. Show More Summary

5 Tech Trends Photographers Should Know (Report from CES 2015)

The dust has settled on the Consumer Electronics Show of 2015, but with the thousands of new tech products hitting headlines this January, what trends, exactly, should photographers be taking note of? Amid the 4K TVs, wearable technology...Show More Summary

Oculus Rift or Microsoft HoloLens?

I just got back from Las Vegas a month ago, having attended the Consumer Electronics Show. Gambling is a way of life in Vegas and if you can figure out odds, you can bet on just about anything there. But operating systems and consumer electronics? The post Oculus Rift or Microsoft HoloLens? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

littleBits Smart Home Kit Review

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show was largely dominated by home automation and the Internet of Things, a concept in which virtually every aspect of your home – from your front door and coffee maker to your thermostat and dryer – is automated and / or connected to the Internet. Show More Summary

The Audi Prologue Concept Boasts an Impressive Array of Cutting-Edge Technology

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

Originally revealed at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, the Audi Prologue concept made a follow-up appearance at January’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, in a new gasoline-electric hybrid version that features Audi’s latest autonomous...Show More Summary

The deluge continues: 3 smart home hubs worth checking out

last monthTechnology : GigaOM

I thought we'd be over hubs by now, but I was wrong. They are still coming hot and heavy, and if the Consumer Electronics Show was any indication, there are still more…

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