Tag: CES

TDK Chirp SonicTrack Power 6-DoF in The Best VR Systems

Ultrasonic fingerprint readers have made their mass-market debut, but there are other uses for ultrasonic technology in today’s gadgets. For example, TDK subsidiary Chirp Microsystems is powering a number of Virtual Reality (VR) systems, including the HTC Vive Focus and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile VR. Advertising Both VR headset use 6-DoF, which means Degrees […]

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Lenovo ThinkVision P44W Monitor: For Professionals or Gamers

Lenovo is out with a new monitor aimed at professionals who require an ultra-wide display for superior productivity. The Picture-by-Picture mode allows them to manage two video inputs while the Picture-in-Picture made allows for improved multitasking. The Lenovo ThinkVision P44W is a 43.4 inch borderless 1800R curved monitor with 32:10 aspect ratio and max 144Hz […]

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5 not-to-be-missed futuristic tech products from Panasonic

You may have missed it if you didn’t get to CES last month, but Panasonic showed off some pretty remarkable glimpses of the future with products like their electric Harley — the most connected motorcycle experience ever — human characteristic sensing, the future of autonomous mobility powered by SPACe… and more. Check out the video […]

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The tech magic behind Panasonic’s immersive environments

At last month’s CES, Panasonic showed how they are bringing the intelligent integration of physical products together with new digital platforms. Using 30,000 lumens 4k projection, holograms, real-time tracking, and more, they’ve created extraordinary immersive experiences in environments as diverse as theme parks, concert halls, retail settings, and Hollywood film. Catch the video to see […]

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Alps Alpine Indoor Positioning For Drones

Alps Alpine has been working on an indoor navigation system that would enable a very precise location acquisition, good enough to let autonomous drones fly accurately and safely for monitoring missions, among other things. Indoor navigation is one of these technologies that have been promised but never delivered commercially to consumers, so anything that seems […]

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Alps Alpine Next-Gen Driving Experience

As cars become more packed with sensors, computers, and connectivity, the possibilities to enhance the driver’s experience expand exponentially. Alps Alpine looks at how future components and technologies can change the driver experience from end to end. Most people imagine that the driving experience starts when you get into the car, but Alps Alpine’s concept […]

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Apple Was Reportedly Shopping About For AR At CES 2019

Apple’s interest in augmented reality technology is no secret. Quite a bit of it has been built into iOS, and Apple has also worked with various companies and developers to create augmented reality-based apps. There have also been rumors suggesting that Apple could actually be in the process of building their own AR headset. This […]

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Benchmarks: Pedal To The Metal

During CES 2019, we had the opportunity to spend a couple of hours with some Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 reference handsets (often called MDP) to run benchmarks. The MDPs are built for development purposes but are quite representative of what a complete smartphone experience and environment would be, including thermals/cooling. This post is only about the […]

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At CES 2019, bendy and tiny screens evolved from concepts to exciting tech

Having attended Consumer Electronics Shows since well before the name was officially shortened to CES, I’ve come to expect major TV set announcements every year — and had almost zero interest in them until last week’s show. For years, the theme at CES was “bigger,” a competition between brands to show off gargantuan screens that […]

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Top 10 products revealed at CES 2019 that work with Alexa or Google Assistant

The curtains closed on the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show this past Friday, as the last of the remaining 3,500-odd exhibitors packed up their wares and filtered out of the Las Vegas Convention Center and Sands Expo. CES 2019 was jam-packed with announcements from the likes of Samsung, LG, Sony, and Vizio, many of which shared […]

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A Self-Driving Car’s Laser Reportedly Destroyed A Man’s Camera

Self-driving cars employ a whole host of sensors and technology that helps them navigate by themselves, detect obstacles, and so on. One of those technologies used is LiDAR, which is a laser system used to help measure distances. These lasers are rated to be safe to the human eye, but unfortunately it might not be […]

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Xiaomi’s Yi Home Camera 3 Announced With Smarter Notifications

For those who are unfamiliar, Xiaomi actually makes a lot more things than just phones, which the company is probably best known for. In fact Xiaomi actually makes a fair number of smart home products such as smart lighting systems and even security cameras, the latter of which was announced at CES 2019 in the […]

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Ubergizmo’s Best of CES 2019

Goodbye CES 2019, this was Ubergizmo’s 14th CES! It was difficult to navigate the avalanche of new products and technologies announced there. Including the pre-show work, it took out a huge chunk of December and all of the Holidays, but the chips have fallen, and here are the best products and technologies we’ve seen at […]

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The Aura Smart Strap Makes Your Apple Watch Even Smarter

The Apple Watch is already pretty good at reading certain aspects about our health, like our heart rate, calories burned, steps walked, distance run, and so on. However if you’re looking for more comprehensive readings, then you might be interested in the Aura Smart Strap which will be able to enhance your Apple Watch experience. […]

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Spigen And Ossia Team Up For A ‘True’ Wireless Charging Case

For years we have been waiting to see “true” wireless charging. These days wireless charging means putting our devices on a charging pad, which in a way still leaves us tethered because when our devices leave the pad, it stops charging. However that future of true wireless charging could be getting close, and Spigen and […]

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Valeo Previews ‘Invisible’ Trailer System at CES 2019

With so many bewildering and downright fantastical automotive concepts premiering at the Consumer Electronics Show this time of year, it’s easy to feel downtrodden by the industry’s mobility shenanigans. Thankfully, CES still plays host to some genuinely interesting tech that might actually make your life a little easier. For French automotive supplier Valeo, that meant showcasing […]

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