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Best of CES 2021

Best of CES 2021: Tech for improving the home experience

January 14th, 2021

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show edition was an unusual event, as the novel coronavirus pandemic prevented organizers from hosting an in-person trade show, as it’s customary for early January. The event moved online, and the all-digital CES 2021 still delivered plenty of virtual events and product announcements. In what follows, we’re going to recap some …

Apple Privacy

Ahead of CES, Apple puts up billboard touting iPhone security

January 5th, 2019

With CES right around the corner, we’re just a few days away from being bombarded with all sorts of new and quirky tech gadgets that may or may not have any practical use. And while it’s undeniably true that CES isn’t as influential as it once was, many companies still opt to show off their …

Samsung CES 2019

Samsung is going to show off a bunch of weird new stuff at CES 2019

December 26th, 2018

An ASMR microphone, a custom perfume service and an auto-adjusting computer monitor stand that helps users with their posture are among eight projects Samsung announced today that it plans to show off in just a few weeks as part of CES 2019 in Las Vegas. The projects are all fueled in some way by artificial …

Galaxy S9 Release Date

Samsung just confirmed exactly when the Galaxy S9 will launch

January 10th, 2018

Samsung just confirmed what we’ve been suspecting for a few weeks, that its next flagship smartphone will be unveiled in Barcelona, Spain, rather than Las Vegas. Early Galaxy S9 rumors said that Samsung planned to unveil the phone at CES 2018, but as we got closer to the trade show, other reports said that Samsung …

Huawei’s CEO is really annoyed he can’t sell phones through US carriers

January 10th, 2018

AT&T was supposed to announce a partnership to carry some of Huawei’s hottest Android phones, but the deal was dropped at the last minute, according to reports. Apparently, the US is worried about potential ties between Huawei and the Chinese government, which is why the smartphone maker won’t be getting any contracts with American mobile …