CES 2016

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Mercedes Let Us Take a 360-Degree Photo From Inside Its New Concept Car

The high-end car company was at CES showing off its vision for the future of driving.
Nicholas Deleon
1.9.16
LAS VEGAS

These Devices Are Trying To Secure The Internet of (Hackable) Things

As more devices get connected to the internet, some companies see an opportunity to sell security products.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
1.8.16
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Your Next Car’s Dashboard May Have Voice Recognition That’s Better Than Siri

The speed and accuracy of Soundhound’s in-car voice recognition floored me.
Nicholas Deleon
1.8.16
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This iPhone Case Doubles As a Cheap and Easy VR Viewer

For those that don't want to shell out $600 for Oculus.
Kari Paul
1.8.16
dogs

Expect Even More Pet Tech at CES 2017

We’re in the opening stages of a veritable gold rush in pet tech.
Nicholas Deleon
1.8.16
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Hacked Toy Company VTech: Let Us Monitor Your House

This time, the company promises more security.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
1.8.16
Selfies

The Selfie of the Future Is 3D Printed

A 3D printing company has attracted crowds at CES 2016 wanting to get their 3D “selfie” taken.
Nicholas Deleon
1.7.16
Sex

A Foreplay Gadget to Get Women in the Mood

'Fiera' promises to help millions of women who have trouble with arousal.
Kari Paul
1.7.16
DRONES

This Self-Flying Drone Chased Me Around the Desert

The Hexo+ drone follows your every move.
Kari Paul
1.7.16
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CES Attendees Get Crash Course in What’s Worth Being Paranoid About

In the age of internet-connected everything, CES starts caring about cybersecurity.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
1.7.16
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You Know, Cord Cutters Might Actually Like This $219 DVR for Free TV

Tablo connects TV antenna with Wi-Fi and an easy-to-navigate app interface, allowing you to DVR all your favorite shows.
Kari Paul
1.7.16
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Segway and Intel Debut a Friendly Robot You Can Ride

The company has launched the new product through Intel and robotics startup Ninebot.
Kari Paul
1.7.16
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