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Sony A7R II camera destroyed by autonomous car at CES

Lidar sensors are used to map objects in the vicinity AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE ENGINEER and a passionate photographer says taking a picture of a driverless car at CES 2019 had destroyed his brand new Sony A7R II camera. Mr. Jit Ray… Continue Reading →

CES 2019 Best Of: What to watch once the dust settles

The CES 2019 came and went, giving us the freedom to dream about new gadgets and materials and to wonder what would happen in the world of technology. Here are some of the most interesting new products that were presented… Continue Reading →

Rometty uses the CES scene to emphasize the value of "IBM Underneath"

Topics discussed today include CEO, Ginni Rometty, explaining the importance of IBM as being "under" consumer services, and FireEye updating its email server security platform for threats advanced. IBM CEO Ginni Rometty spoke last week at the consumer electronics show… Continue Reading →

The 13 coolest things we've seen at CES this year

Illustration: Gizmodo Several people on the ground at CES in Las Vegas said that it was down year. I would say it was just boring. But that does not mean there were no neat gadgets in the mix. In fact,… Continue Reading →

The best PCs, gadgets and future technologies of CES 2019

Enlarge / The Samsung Space Monitor in a lowered configuration. Ars at CES 2019 See more stories The CES 2019 is finally over – and overall, it was a more interesting issue than last year. To this end, the staff… Continue Reading →

What we learned about the future of laptops at CES 2019

After Las Vegas-based CES 2019, which unveiled numerous updates on Nvidia's RTX graphics cards for laptops and Intel's Whiskey Lake processors, laptops will be an interesting category in consumer technology in 2019. And after a week of reviewing almost every… Continue Reading →

These 5 Baby Tech Gadgets Rocked to the Cradle of CES 2019

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " Black business man with son in baby carrier sending SMS on cellphoneGetty According to the USDA, in 2010, the middle-income family will spend about $ 12,000 during the baby's first year. The average… Continue Reading →

Remember when Bill Gates challenged Slash to Guitar Hero? 13 years of Ars at CES

For reference: here are the Encore and Wynn, two of the largest hotels in which attendees and exhibitors can stay and hold meetings while in Vegas. (Seen here in 2014.) Andrew Cunningham A popular site at CES – as thousands… Continue Reading →

CES 2019: consumers respond in real time to flagship product announcements

CES is the big technology show that geeks and technology companies look forward to every year. But how much do consumers really like what they see, as was unveiled at the Las Vegas Technology Show? Apparently, the average consumer is… Continue Reading →

CES 2019: Rometty details the value of IBM Underweath & # 39;

By Charles King LAS VEGAS – The CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is a tremendous honor, especially the opening session, while the tens of thousands of participants (more than 182,000 at the CES 2018) and the thousands of members of the… Continue Reading →

USB-C headsets were virtually absent at CES 2019, failing due to persistent compatibility issues and lack of quality hardware.

In a sea of ​​truly 3D wireless audio products and headphones, USB Type-C earphones were nowhere in sight at CES 2019. This absence, however, is not an accident. It is rather the deafening silence of an abandoned category of products…. Continue Reading →

Best of CES: The coolest PCs, components and PC glasses we've seen

Set aside any misconceptions that CES is a smart home show, a home entertainment show or even a car stereo show. CES is a computer show, and we have the scars of the battle to prove it. Over the last… Continue Reading →

CES 2019 Notes: High number of Chinese attendees, massive Google participation and products poised to reach a critical point for customer satisfaction

Assistants / voices The wizard is by far the most widespread development at CES last year and has improved this year. In an attempt to find out what's new at CES, some might say that the assistants were in 2018… Continue Reading →

6 Important CES 2019 Reveals and Trends That PC Enthusiasts Need to Know

The CP has experienced a resurgence in recent years and, judging by what we have seen at CES, the pedal will remain firmly in the thick of things. AMD, Intel and Nvidia have all been successful celebrities. Monitors have evolved… Continue Reading →

4 days at CES: the best surprises, the worst disappointments

There is a simple but powerful reason why technology enthusiasts have gathered in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show this week: it's the first glimpse into the exciting revolutionary technology we'll see on the market in 2019. But CES… Continue Reading →

Best of CES: the smartest home and home entertainment equipment we've seen

The CES 2019 has been set to zero for a vertiginous number of connected devices. Let's be honest: we only saw a fraction of what the series has to offer. It's just that big. However, we have spotted most new… Continue Reading →

The video car analysis technology presented at CES aims to help automakers and signal collection companies gather data to sell while enhancing safety by observing driver behavior.

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – As vehicles get smarter, your car will monitor you. This week at CES, the international consumer electronics fair in Las Vegas, many startup companies will demonstrate to global automakers that sensor technology that monitors and analyzes… Continue Reading →

Cybershoes are a visceral way of moving in virtual reality at CES 2019

Cybershoes had a crazy success Kickstarter It is therefore logical that they make their appearance at CES 2019. After a short period with the peripheral foot, we can sincerely say that they do exactly what they say on the pot:… Continue Reading →

CES 2019: The AI ​​startup, Eyeris, will know your car from top to bottom

For several years, Eyeris, a six-year-old artificial intelligence company, has been presenting a hotel suite at the Consumer Electronics Show to explain how the car of the future works. This year, the Palo Alto-based company has deployed a Tesla Model… Continue Reading →

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