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sex toys

CES Revoked an Award for a Female Pleasure Device for Being 'Immoral'

The device was deemed “immoral, obscene, indecent, [or] profane” by CES.
Samantha Cole
1.8.19
Moveable

This 1960s Radar Technology Is Making a Comeback in Self Driving Cars

An Israeli company is giving cars x-ray vision.
Tracey Lindeman
1.15.18
Moveable

Nissan Is Working On a Car That Can Read Your Mind

The automaker calls it brain-to-vehicle technology.
Tracey Lindeman
1.4.18
amazon

Why Amazon's Alexa Ran Away With CES

"Alexa, how did we get here?"
David Bixenspan
1.6.17
Fashion

Wearables Double Down on Fashion at CES to Cling to Relevancy

The new wave of wearables could be smart clothing, from posture vests to GPS bike jackets, which are on the runway at the Fashion Ware Show at CES.
Nadja Sayej
1.6.17
Gaming

This Triple-Screen Gaming Laptop Will Make You the Coolest Guy at Starbucks

Imagine opening this bad boy up on an airplane.
Samantha Cole
1.5.17
Shanghai

The Biggest Thing at CES Asia Was an Autonomous Rolling Suitcase

Cowa Robot stole the show in Shanghai from the drone spiders and knockoff twerkbots.
Brian Merchant
5.14.16
Tinder

Horny CES Attendees Can't Stop Cruising Tinder

Data from Vector Media showed that on attendees phones, the app was using five times more data than Slack.
Kari Paul
1.10.16
Fitness

Biotech Company Offers Fitness and Beauty-Focused Genetic Tests

This Boston-based biotech company has rolled out a variety of genetic test products.
Kari Paul
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
short circuit

Hacked Toy Company VTech: Let Us Monitor Your House

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

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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