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Glowforge printer cuts and etches patterns into almost any surface
Hands on with the Galaxy TabPro S, Samsung's Surface competitor
Appliances get Skynet-level smart at CES 2016
Fridges with touchscreens! Smartphone-controlled robotic vacuums! Take a peek at the wildest high-tech home appliances at CES 2016.
Carl Zeiss's low-profile smart lens is the anti-Google Glass
This innovative smart optics system will lead to smart glasses that look...well, normal.
How Ford's self-driving car uses Velodyne LiDAR to make real-time 3D maps
A self-driving car needs to see the world around it. LiDAR leads the way on Ford's autonomous research vehicle, mapping the surroundings in 3-D.
Don't call Alto Tech's 'Cool Glass' a knockoff Google Glass
Cool Glass offers nearly the same experience at a fraction of the price of Google Glass.
How Ford SYNC 3 works seamlessly with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Ford makes it easy to move between SYNC 3 functions and Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, which is pretty classy given that they're essentially competition.
Behold the wackiest products from the Asian showcase at CES
From wearable air conditioners to a standing desk that's also a hardcore PC, Mark Hachman found some weird, wild stuff in the Asian pavilions at CES 2016.
Altra IQ is a running shoe with sensors inside
Pressure sensors and accelerometers in the sole track all sorts of metrics, like your running pace and whether you're striding properly.
Intel improves Compute Stick lineup with Core M chips
The devices will have 802.11ac Wi-Fi, 64GB of storage, 4GB of RAM and three USB ports. Woah.
New app gives Zeiss's VR One a drone's eye view
Zeiss's VR One headset has a new app that lets people see through the eyes of their DJI drones, while staying grounded in the outside world.
Meet EVGA’s new full-tower gaming case
This beast of a gaming PC gives you easy access to all ports, buttons, and components.
Touchjet Wave turns your TV into a giant Android tablet for only $200
A little arm above your TV tracks your fingers and uses that to approximate touch input.
Windows 10 in the dash? Autonomous driving and Continuum makes it possible
Check your email from your dash. We are living in the future of our dreams.
Lumo Run shorts use a bluetooth device in the waistband to measure your run
Want to improve your run? These shorts (together with an app) help you improve your form and stride.
Smart ear buds could give you a peaceful night's sleep
The Hush ear buds comfortably sit in your ears and play a number of soothing sounds to help sleep
It's just this easy to add autonomy to production cars
AutonomouStuff demonstrates just how easy it is to add autonomous control to current production cars
LG's high-tech solution for home security in apartments
LG's Smart Security is a high-tech security solution for small apartments and it backed by ADT
Homido turns just about any smartphone into a VR headset
Ready to take a step up from Google Cardboard? Homido's VR headset may be just the thing for you.
The WiFiThing promises simple IOT control of devices
The WiFiThing enables users to control many household gadgets via a smartphone app. The device is designed to act as an IOT interface to "dumb" products and make them a bit "smarter."
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