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Mojo Vision’s AR contact lenses are very cool, but many questions remain

Mojo Vision’s AR contact lenses are very cool, but many questions remain Companies keep trying to make glassholes happen. Understandably. After the smartphone and the wrist, the face is the next local battlefield for computational space, if decades of science fiction movies have taught us anything. But we’ve seen the Google Glass, […]

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After delays, noise-adapting NuraLoop earbuds are coming soon and sound great

After delays, noise-adapting NuraLoop earbuds are coming soon and sound great A few buffet mistakes aside, NuraLoop were the biggest disappointment of my 2019 CES. When the headphones showed up at the show as dummy units, it hurt my heart a little. The original Nuraphones made an appearance on my 2017 best […]

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Samsung hints at AR ambitions, shows off prototype glasses

Samsung hints at AR ambitions, shows off prototype glasses What a weird Samsung press conference. The company didn’t waste time on the familiar. Things like Galaxy phones and washing machines got little love on stage tonight. Instead the company was focused on a workout exoskeleton and a friendly robotic call assistant. Meet […]

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Samsung’s GEMS exoskeleton is now an ‘immersive workout experience’

Samsung’s GEMS exoskeleton is now an ‘immersive workout experience’ Remember the G.E.M.S. (Gait Enhancing and Motivation System) exoskeleton Samsung introduced last year? Plot-twist. It’s a workout device now. One of the weirdest elements of a super weird keynotes was actually a fascinating pivot. I wore a prototype of the device lates year, […]

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TCL teases a 5G device, headset and its first foldable at CES

TCL teases a 5G device, headset and its first foldable at CES TCL is hardly a household name in the smartphone space. That’s hardly surprising, however, as the Chinese electronics company is better known for sub-brands like Alcatel and BlackBerry (hardware, not software — long story). Late last year, the company began […]

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This brain-training wearable promises better sleep

This brain-training wearable promises better sleep CES 2020 is the year of sleep tech. I called it a few months ago, and now that the announcements are starting to trickle out, I’m re-staking that claim. Technology has played an important role in completely destroying my sleep cycle.. Yet somehow, it appears to […]

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Can a $30 pair of wireless earbuds actually be any good?

Can a pair of wireless earbuds actually be any good? 2019 was the year wireless earbuds went mainstream. The category has been around much longer, of course, and Apple really broke the whole thing open a full three years ago, with the release of the first AirPods, but sales exploded in 2019. […]

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Just how good was 2019 for wireless headphones? Very, very good.

Just how good was 2019 for wireless headphones? Very, very good. Companies sold a lot of wireless headphone in 2019. You already knew that though, right? What you probably didn’t know was precisely how many constitutes the aforementioned “lot.” New numbers from Canalys shed a light on those successes. The research firm’s […]

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Cloud flaws expose millions of child tracking smartwatches

Cloud flaws expose millions of child tracking smartwatches Parents buy their children GPS-enabled smartwatches to keep track of them, but security flaws mean they’re not the only ones who can. This year alone, researchers have found several vulnerabilities in a number of child-tracking smartwatches. But new findings out today show that nearly all […]

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Wearable band shipments grew globally, driven by Xiaomi

Wearable band shipments grew globally, driven by Xiaomi Apple may dominate the wearable conversation here in the States, but things look a fair bit different on the other side of the world. In Asia, Xiaomi is the giant in the room. According to new numbers form Canalys, the Chinese manufacturer was the […]

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