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  1. CES 2020: Here's what you can expect to see at the world’s biggest tech event 5G phones, transparent TVs and ultra-fast laptops are expected at this year’s show (Image credit: Consumer Technology Association (CTA)) It no longer goes by its Consumer Electronics Show monicker, but CES is still the place to see the latest and greatest tech companies have to offer, whether that’s a 5G phone, a transparent Ultra-HD TV, a personal drone that can fly you around or something completely unexpected like a robot dog.
  2. Sony stuns CES with an electric show car, the Vision-S The concept shows off Sony's cameras, sensors, and entertainment. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. It seems like just yesterday I was complaining about CES turning into a car show. Someone must have heard me, because it appears the response from the tech sector was to say "hold my beer and watch this…" On Monday evening in Las Vegas, Sony used the last few minutes of its CES keynote to show off a concept electric vehicle called the Vision-S.
  3. Smart tech is coming for your last safe space: the bathroom These personal hygiene brands want to offer us ‘smarter’ ways to shave and sh*t There’s no shortage of gadgets at CES ready to invade the last bastion of privacy at home: the bathroom. The intruders aren’t just startups hoping to revolutionize the way we use the bathroom or even companies that manufacture the fixtures we need to get ready each morning. Brands that make personal hygiene products — like Bic, Oral-B, and Charmin — also want in on the action. These brands want to start collecting da
  4. Samsung launches new T7 Touch portable SSD with a fingerprint sensor Samsung today announced the new T7 lineup of portable SSDs, the followup to the T5 model that debuted in 2017. The new model has a similar maximum capacity, which is 2TB, but Samsung is touting speed improvements thanks to the inclusion of USB 3.2 Gen 2. Thanks to the new interface, the drive can offer read speeds up to 1,050MB/s and write speeds up to 1,000 MB/s, making it twice as fast as the T5. Samsung also says the SSD can reach its maximum speed when used with the NVMe interface, thou
  5. AMD’s third shoe finally drops at CES 2020—7nm Zen 2 mobile CPUs Intel focused on AI acceleration—but AMD went unapologetically hard on gaming. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. AMD has really been bringing the heat to Intel this year, with incontestable wins for its 7nm CPUs in the desktop space, high-end desktop space, and server space. The one thing everybody has been waiting with bated breath for is mobile—while Intel brought limited supplies of high-performance 10nm Ice Lake parts to market,
  6. SanDisk shows off 8TB portable SSD and more at CES CES is the stage for both real products that may be coming soon and wild prototypes that aren't quite feasible yet. For the past couple of years, SanDisk has had some interesting prototypes, like a 4TB flash drive that it showed off last year. This year, it's doing it again with an 8GB portable SSD that has the added bonus of supporting 20Gbps speeds over USB. According to the company, the device still fits in a pocket, so you can carry around massive amounts of data and transfer it relatively quickly. Or yo
  7. Instant chill: this CES 2020 heat-sucking gadget makes beverages cold in minutes Never settle for lukewarm again Tired of waiting for your fridge to slowly chill your drink? Now you can preorder Juno, a countertop appliance the size of a coffeemaker that uses heat-draining tech to drop lukewarm beverages down to chilly temps in minutes. Juno is the brainchild of Matrix, the company behind the never-needs-recharging PowerWatch and refined PowerWatch 2. Instead of capturing heat to harvest energy, the new appliance uses thermoelectric tech to wick away he
  8. AMD won CES 2020 with Ryzen 4000 mobile, but can it beat Intel? Is AMD coming for the laptop space now? Yeah, we know, this is the most basic shot of a processor ever (Image credit: Future) At CES 2020, AMD spent a lot of time talking about how it had a big 2019, and it definitely has the right to gloat. AMD Ryzen 3rd Generation processors have essentially made Intel irrelevant, especially since Team Blue showed up at CES 2020 with no desktop silicon to its name. No matter how exciting AMD's takeover of the desktop space is, though, it ha
  9. Leak shows Intel's DG1 Xe discrete GPU dev kits may be ready to be sampled soon At CES 2020, a couple of days ago, Intel demoed its upcoming 10nm+ Tiger Lake CPUs and also teased its Xe DG1 discrete graphics running Destiny 2. With the chip up and running, Intel appears ready to ship development kits of its Xe GPU according to this leaked press deck. The company appears to have named the kit a 'Software Development Vehicle' (SDV) and these will be sampling to independent software vendors (ISVs) worldwide. The design of the SDV is aesthetically
  10. Panasonic breaks out of VR’s “headset” bubble with fresh “eyeglasses” design "Reference design" has the potential to revolutionize virtual reality comfort. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. At this point, it's clear there are a number of persistent issues holding virtual reality back from the world-changing potential many industry watchers saw just a few years ago. VR technology as a whole is still plagued by problems like relatively high costs, limited resolutions/field of view, awkward natural motion controls, a
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