December 14, 2017

Robots and drones will work together to deliver all our goods

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By Kerry Davis From engadget Delivery trucks with robots onboard might be only five to ten years away. The infrastructure to support traditional deliveries has been strained ever since the growth in online orders. What’s more, the projected growth will exceed anything UPS, FedEx and the like can currently support. Because of that, companies like […]

UVify’s plucky little Draco drone hits speeds up to 100 miles an hour

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By Brian Heater From TechCrunch For all the grandiosity of its ancient Grecian name, the Draco is a fairly unassuming thing. It’s surprisingly small and unimposing in fact — and if it weren’t for those four rotors, it would fit comfortably in the palm of your hand. But UVify’s little drone has tremendous zip when […]

The whole point of this wearable is to put you to sleep

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By Mat Smith From engadget 2breathe’s sleep inducer combines a Bluetooth sensor, a smartphone app and soothing panpipe melodies. 2breathe’s sleep inducer is a companion app, wearable and lovely panpipe melody maker. While the company comes from a background in blood pressure lowering devices, its new bedtime wearable is all about putting you to sleep […]

Xfaire’s plan for internet TV has almost everything

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By Richard Lawler From engadget Even though Aereo didn’t make it, we’ve seen more movement towards internet TV that replaces traditional cable or antenna in the last year than ever before. This year at CES, I spoke to a startup that has big plans for its internet TV offering, even though actually making them happen could […]

Gadget of the week

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Intel-powered hard hat could help contractors of the future By Nicole Lee From engadget There’s even thermal vision to let you know when things are a little too hot. A few weeks ago, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich introduced DAQRI founder Brian Mullins to demonstrate a brand new Intel-powered augmented reality hard hat which looks very […]

terrain-trampling hybrid

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Volkswagen’s Tiguan GTE Active concept is a terrain-trampling hybrid By Nick Jaynes From Mashable DETROIT — With a one-two punch following its all-electric BUDD-e microbus debut at CES last week has followed up that friendly little concept with something decidedly more menacing at the Detroit Auto Show. It’s called the Tiguan GTE Active concept. Although […]

The Internet of Things will be more of the same in 2016

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By Andrew Tarantola From engadget Everything still needs an app. Despite analyst expectations that the so-called Internet of Things will generate as much as $1.2 billion in 2016, the Internet of Things appears to be continuing the same shark-jumping trajectory that we saw at last year’s CES. Sure, there have been some rather unique and innovative […]

The Internet of Things will be more of the same in 2016

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By Andrew Tarantola Everything still needs an app. Despite analyst expectations that the so-called Internet of Things will generate as much as $1.2 billion in 2016, the Internet of Things appears to be continuing the same shark-jumping trajectory that we saw at last year’s CES. Sure, there have been some rather unique and innovative IoT inventions […]

Energous has a solution for wirelessly charging wearables

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By Aaron Souppouris From engadget Its chip will fit where an inductive coil will not. Energous’ wireless charging tech WattUp made a splash at CES 2015, promising to charge your devices from 15 feet away with an “energy router.” After winning two Best of CES awards, though, it dropped off the radar. And as is so […]

Self-driving cars won the week at CES 2016

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By Jason Hiner From Tech Republic AI and big data the unsung heroes Under pressure from Google, Tesla, and possibly even Apple, car manufacturers roared into CES and staked their claim for the autonomous vehicles of the future. By far, the biggest leap forward at CES 2016 was the progress being made in autonomous vehicles. […]