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Sphero’s latest toy turns colors into music

Sphero’s latest toy turns colors into music

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Sphero acquired fellow Colorado-based company Specdrums back in June, and today it’s debuting the results of that purchase in the form of… the same product that Specdrums already released. Sphero is releasing Specdrums again, except this iteration features Sphero branding. For the unacquainted, Specdrums involves a ring that users can wear to tap on colors […]

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L’Oréal’s newest prototype detects wearers’ skin pH levels

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L’Oréal is continuing to invest in tech, and today at CES, the company introduced its newest wearable prototype that detects skin pH levels. L’Oréal says varying skin pH levels can cause inflammatory skin conditions, like eczema and dryness. The company wants dermatologists to use this new device’s data to create health plans while also empowering […]

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Jabra’s Elite 85h noise-canceling headphones last for 32 hours and adjust based on your surroundings

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Jabra’s new Elite 85h headphones, which have been announced today at CES, will let you summon your preferred voice assistant using just your voice, without needing to press a button first. Although voice assistants like Google Assistant have become an increasingly common feature on headphones, typically they aren’t able to listen out for a wake […]

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Netatmo’s smart doorbell is the first that’s compatible with Apple HomeKit

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Netatmo has introduced the first doorbell compatible with Apple HomeKit as one of the first big announcements in smart home devices at CES Unveiled. The Netatmo Smart Video Doorbell will let you ask Siri to use the doorbell’s app to check who’s standing outside. The doorbell sends a video call to the app every time […]

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Withings’ new smartwatch has an EKG sensor to compete with the Apple Watch

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Withings introduced multiple wearables at CES today, including a new watch that can take electrocardiograms (EKGs). The Move ECG is part of the new Move line, and it includes an EKG to measure heart rhythm patterns. The Move ECG features three electrodes to take measurements: two inside the back of the watch and a third […]

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Apple says multiple TV manufacturers will support AirPlay 2

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Earlier today, Samsung made a surprising announcement that its new smart TVs would support iTunes content and Apple’s AirPlay 2 streaming protocol, and it looks like other TV makers will be getting in on at least part of the action. Apple’s updated AirPlay page says (via MacRumors) that “leading TV manufacturers are integrating AirPlay 2 […]

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The Price of Intel’s Unlocked 28-Core Xeon W-3175X: OEM Tells us ‘around $8k’

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In perhaps a very unexpected turn of events, one of our first meetings at CES has heralded an important nugget of information.

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HP at CES 2019: HP Chromebook 14 Combines AMD and Chrome OS

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When the first Chromebooks were released in 2011, they were aimed at the lower end of the market and carried matching price tags. After Google launched its Pixel laptop in 2013 and proved that it was possible to address the premium segment, other makers of PCs followed on with more advanced Chromebooks that were more […]

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Honor 10 Lite review: a little tinkering unlocks a lot of potential

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There’s a lot to like, but also a lot to excuse Continue reading…

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Byton adds another screen to its car full of screens

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One year after its first car premiered at the Consumer Electronics Show, Chinese EV startup Byton is back at CES in Las Vegas to offer an update. Specifically, Byton is showing off the near-final version of the inside of its first car. The bizarre screen-filled cockpit that Byton showed off last year has somehow gained […]

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