CES 2015

machines

In the Insanity of CES, One Company Is Trying to Bring Electricity to Refugees

WakaWaka donates portable chargers to help combat energy poverty.
Nicholas Deleon
1.7.16
Culture

All the Things I Saw at CES

CES offers a portrait of a future that is already disintegrating, so move fast and try not to break too many things—and take lots of photos.
ALEX PASTERNACK
1.14.15
machines

Smart Gardens Will Grow Your Plants Because You're Too Good at Killing Them

Bluetooth-connected flower pots and automated hydroponic systems take all the guesswork—and probably the joy—out of gardening.
Jason Koebler
1.12.15
Opinion

Half Our Gadgets Are Solving Problems Created by Our Other Gadgets

Maybe we don’t need to use technology to fight technology. Maybe we should just go outside for a bit.
Kaleigh Rogers
1.9.15
Twitter

A Legal Brothel’s Social Media Guidelines for Sex Workers (NSFW)

All selfies, all the time.
Jason Koebler
1.9.15
Photos

The Best Part of CES, in Photos

Trade shows feel a bit like an anachronism because, hey, we've got the internet, where anyone can announce anything at any time.
Derek Mead
1.9.15
Health

Forget Helicopter Parents, the Next Generation Will Be Drone Parents

Anxious parents now use gadgets to monitor their baby's every breath.
Kaleigh Rogers
1.9.15
feminism

At CES, Women Executives Are Still Mistaken for Booth Babes

But there are pros and cons to being a woman in what is still a male-dominated space.
Kaleigh Rogers
1.8.15
machines

Why Don’t We Have Driverless Trains Yet?

CES 2015 was all about the driverless car, but autonomous rail makes more sense.
Carl Franzen
1.8.15
CES 2015

The Smart E-Cigar that Turns Ditching Nicotine Into a Game

A company has gamified everything about vaping in hopes of scaring people away from smoking.
Jason Koebler
1.8.15
Culture

Here Are Precisely Eight Minutes and Six Seconds of Ambient Audio from CES 2015

"... solutions ..."
Derek Mead
1.7.15
robots

Here's an Autonomous, Solar Panel-Cleaning Robot

The Roomba is cool again.
Jason Koebler
1.7.15
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