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Lexip’s joystick-mouse combo is a strange but promising hybrid

Lexip’s joystick-mouse combo is a strange but promising hybrid  While at CES I try to avoid getting bogged down by dozens of random gadgets, and this time I mostly succeeded — but the mouse reviewer in me was intrigued by Lexip’s new gaming mouse that’s also a sort of floating joystick. It’s […]

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Lexip’s joystick-mouse combo is a strange but promising hybrid

Lexip’s joystick-mouse combo is a strange but promising hybrid  While at CES I try to avoid getting bogged down by dozens of random gadgets, and this time I mostly succeeded — but the mouse reviewer in me was intrigued by Lexip’s new gaming mouse that’s also a sort of floating joystick. It’s […]

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The secret to avoiding CES cynicism is never really going

The secret to avoiding CES cynicism is never really going  I’ve been going to CES for almost ten years now, and it amazes me that really, nothing has changed. The same people are saying the same things on the same stages, selling the same people the same junk with… well, slightly different […]

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Cherry’s new low-profile switches may help bring mechanical keyboards to more laptops

Cherry’s new low-profile switches may help bring mechanical keyboards to more laptops  You may not think much about the switches that sit underneath the keycaps of your keyboard, but there are many enthusiasts who really, really care. The trend is clearly going toward slim keyboards — and that’s not lost on Cherry. […]

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This ring lets you bend musical notes on a keyboard with a wave of your hand

This ring lets you bend musical notes on a keyboard with a wave of your hand  We saw a small mountain of cool stuff at CES this week, but this one is still on my mind a few days later. It’s a ring you wear while playing a MIDI keyboard. By wavering […]

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CES should move to an innovative city

CES should move to an innovative city  CES, the yearly bacchanal of tech and innovation, has outgrown its shell. Las Vegas has been home to the event since the late 1970s and, for better or worse, the city has survived and served the influx of technologists who flock to the event each […]

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A tour of Google’s reopened CES booth

A tour of Google’s reopened CES booth  For the first time ever, Google has a big presence at CES. You can’t look out of a window and not see a Google logo somewhere. But the one thing that didn’t work out so well for the company was its massive booth on the […]

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Inspired by insect ears, Soundskrit wants to make microphones magically directional

Inspired by insect ears, Soundskrit wants to make microphones magically directional  Voice control is everywhere these days, but to hear people effectively from every direction, devices like the Echo need to have a whole collection of microphones in them — but they take up space, require extra processing power, and restrict industrial […]

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URB-E’s launching a scooter sharing network at college campuses and hotels

URB-E’s launching a scooter sharing network at college campuses and hotels  URB-E, the startup that creates foldable electric scooters, is launching a transportation system designed to promote scooter sharing on colleges campuses and other large residential developments. One of URB-E’s first deployments is on USC’s campus in Los Angeles, where they will […]

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Alexa now suggests more games to try at the end of the one you’re playing

Alexa now suggests more games to try at the end of the one you’re playing  Consumers are starting to give Alexa’s voice apps, called skills, more of their attention. During CES this week – where Amazon is battling for attention with Google Assistant across the consumer technology spectrum on display here – […]

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