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CES 2016: Our best photos from tech’s biggest show

Here’s our set of favorite photos from the 2016 International CES, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas last week. We browsed the show floors across multiple convention centers, with tech products from more than 3,800 exhibitors covering 2.47 million square feet of space. We were among more than 170,000 attendees. We walked for […]

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If you have $50K to blow, this very real virtual racing game will blow your mind

It’s getting hard to distinguish between virtual reality, augmented reality, and plain old simple reality. And the distinctions are not getting any easier with California-based Sigma Intégrale’s new racing game product that includes an actual Corvette … or any other car you might want to sacrifice to the cause. As long, of course, as you […]

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Tech group’s chief economist predicts the gadget trends that will change our lives

The 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show kicked off, at least for the press, with an analysis of the trends that are driving the tech universe. Shawn Dubravac, chief economist of the Consumer Technology Association, the trade group that puts on CES (the big tech trade show this week in Las Vegas), said (for the second year […]

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Acer launches its first Windows 10 Mobile phone, plus more product unveils

Ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show kicking off in Las Vegas this week, Acer has taken the wraps off some new gadgets — including the Liquid Jade Primo, its first smartphone running Windows 10 Mobile, which it first teased at IFA a few months ago. Here’s a roundup of everything new from the Taiwanese giant this […]

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Samsung is adding SmartThing hubs in its 2016 HD TVs to control connected devices

Your next Samsung HD television could be a hub that ties all the connected devices in your home together. The Korean-based electronics manufacturer revealed today that its 2016 smart TV line up will contain SmartThings sensors, making it Internet of Things (IoT) compatible. The company will be enabling support for its SmartThings technology regionally, and […]

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