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Nissan is developing a "car of the future that will read your brain waves," said Jie Ma and Nao Sano at Bloomberg​. The automaker this week unveiled its "brain-to-vehicle" technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The system tries to "decode" a driver's thinking to "anticipate actions" and make hands-on driving more fun. The driver wears a skullcap with electrodes that transmit brainwave activity to influence the steering, acceleration, and braking systems. "The driver still turns the wheel or hits the gas pedal, but the car anticipates those movements and begins the actions 0.2 seconds to 0.5... [Read More]
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Is the tech industry responsible for how kids use technology? [Read More]
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The Consumer Electronics Show was held in Las Vegas this week, and Fox 13 car-guy Brian Champagne has a look at some of the automotive tech featured during CES 2018. See the video above for the latest on futuristic cockpits, autonomous cars and more. [Read More]
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The Las Vegas exhibition is still the place for automotive manufacturers to announce their latest advances—at least for now. [Read More]
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A look in pictures at some of the latest automotive technology revealed at CES in 2018. [Read More]
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Not all 'smart' devices use AI, not that you'd know it from this year's Consumer Electronics Show. But while the term might be good for marketeers targeting millennials, genuine artificial intelligence is making big steps elsewhere... [Read More]
Robots, artificial intelligence and augmented reality are all in the spotlight at Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show. Source: AP... [Read More]
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Does the world really need a robot designed to fold your clothes? [Read More]
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A lot of useful and creative technology products were showcased at CES 2018. [Read More]
A lot of useful and creative technology products were showcased at CES 2018. [Read More]
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Chinese company copies Samsung Frame TV at CES 2018 In addition to the customizable Open Frame LG OLED displays demonstrated at CES, the 2018 family of LG OLED commercial displays includes jaw-dropping Wallpaper and Wallpaper-In-Glass models and innovative video wall units, as well as Dual-View Flat and Curved Tiling models.As yet it isn't clear when it will be launched although an announcement is expected in the forthcoming weeks.Unlike traditional LED-based LCD TVs, which use... [Read More]
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The Chinese e-commerce behemoth doubled its presence at the Consumer Electronics Show while meeting with suppliers and customers that included Facebook (FB) and Alphabet's Google (GOOGL) division. [Read More]
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People at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas are lining up get manicures to test out a new printable nail art technology. [Read More]
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Amazon's Alexa strategy is to be everywhere: ubiquitous, omnipresent, and all-knowing, like some AI god. In pursuit of that goal, the Seattle-based company certainly covered some ground at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The extension of the Home Skills API to control microwaves and ovens adds to the more than 800 skills and more than 1,000 devices that Alexa can control in the home today. [Read More]
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Sol Republic This year's International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas showcased some of the most interesting technology trends expected in 2018. From wall-sized televisions to standalone VR headsets, CES 2018 showed how tech companies are pushing the limits of what is possible. Though there weren't many interesting updates from the audio sector, several brands showed off several new wireless headphones and earbuds offerings that consumers will appreciate in 2018. Aside from the many interesting designs we saw, there were also plenty of new wireless offerings with more futuristic features, like faster quick charging... [Read More]
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Microsoft is touting "Always Connected PCs," a new initiative with its partners for super-thin LTE-enabled laptops with as much as 20 hours of battery life. From Microsoft's perspective, cell service is getting so much better, so much faster, that one day, you might not even want WiFi anymore — making LTE-enabled PCs a key future-looking strategy. Many of these Always Connected PCs are running ARM chips, not the Intel processors that have historically powered Windows. Microsoft thinks the combination of Windows software with a tablet-like battery life and connectivity is a big deal in the fight with Apple... [Read More]
The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, featured thousands of smart gadgets, artificial intelligence devices and hi-tech cars. [Read More]
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Gadgets that can make homes smarter are becoming more affordable for consumers. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, even simple devices were getting sophisticated new brains. VOA's George Putic has more. [Read More]
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Amazon brings Alexa digital assistant along for the ride with Toyota Alexa will debut in "select Toyota and Lexus vehicles with Toyota Entune 3.0 App Suite and Lexus Enform App Suite 2.0 in 2018", Toyota said in a statement.At the Consumer Electronics Show yesterday, Amazon announced that Toyota will be the latest and largest automaker to integrate Alexa into its cars. Just like the home version, Toyota's Alexa implementation can also gain skills from... [Read More]
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