Samsung unveils an extra-large 8K TV for 2020, engadget.com
Picture-in-picture is back, with 14 different layouts.
Mercedes-Benz channeled the wild and imaginative world of James Cameron’s hit movie “Avatar” for its latest concept car — an electric autonomous vehicle covered in bionic flaps that aims to show how man and machine can merge and live responsibly in nature.
This time last year, we asked the question: Is Samsung getting serious about robotics? I’m not sure we’re that much closer to an answer, but tonight’s CES keynote pointed to a company that clearly wants to convince us of as much. Though much like the demos shown off last year, tonight’s devices were concepts — indications of what a Samsung could bring to market if it was determined to do so.
In a CNET exclusive, Intel reveals how its premium Horseshoe Bend laptop PC works. Now it needs to get PC makers on board.
Sony’s electric car is the best surprise of CES, theverge.com
To answer your question: no, you won’t be able to buy the Sony car. Not any time soon, at least. The company has no plans to mass-produce the Vision-S, the car it surprise-announced at the end of its press conference at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, nor does it plan to do a limited run.
Quibi versus the world, theverge.com
Jeffrey Katzenberg insists that his new video-streaming service Quibi isn’t competing against Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Peacock, or any of the other streaming services that have launched or are launching soon. You’ve got it all wrong. You’re not even asking the right questions.
The latest smartwatch from Withings is the first to alert users of potential Afib events and detect sleep apnea.
Hyundai is the latest automaker to turn its attention from the roads to the skies, partnering with Uber to design a concept for a future air-taxi service.
Netatmo, the French startup that got acquired by Legrand, is announcing a new device at CES, the Netatmo Smart Door Lock. You can install it as a replacement to any cylinder door lock, which are more common in Europe than U.S.-style deadbolts.
The Japanese auto giant said it will transform the 175-acre site of a former car factory in Japan into a “prototype city of the future” where it can test autonomous vehicles, innovative street design, smart home technology, robotics, and new mobility products on a population of real people who would live there full-time.
Virtual reality getting more real at CES 2020, reviewjournal.com
The form and function of virtual reality have come a long way in recent years, and the full scope of the growing technology will be on display at CES 2020.
The i Interaction Ease concept shows off a cockpit from a time after self-driving cars have become mainstream.