CES 2017

CES 2017: Intel presents credit card-sized compute platform

The Intel Compute Card has dimensions of 94.5 x 55 millimeters and is just 5 millimeters thick. It has all the elements of a full computer, including Intel SoC, memory, storage, wifi and Bluetooth. Plus a USB-C-plus terminal, which is also able

CES 2017: New HDMI 2.1 supports up to 8K video playback

HDMI forum, a body formed by 83 companies to develop new versions of the HDMI connectivity specification, has announced a new version of HDMI called the HDMI 2.1 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), according to Live Mint. The new specification is

CES 2017: LG presents jaw-dropping ‘wallpaper’ 4K OLED screen

At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Sony has announced that it will bring OLED TVs on the market. Panasonic has also jumped on the bandwagon. Samsung proposes what it calls QLED. But it was LG that stole the

CES 2017: Carnival introduces revolutionary wearable cruise technology

Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald will reveal the details for the next-generation wearable on Thursday at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, the Cruise Critic reports. The product begins with the medallion itself, a small disk that will be sent to every passenger before

CES 2017: Kingston releases 2-terabyte USB flash drive

Called the "DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte," Kingston says that the flash drive can hold 70 hours of 4K video, according to the Rappler. You'll be able to store a lifetime's worth of smaller-sized media files in this massive drive. The product is part

CES 2017: Faraday Future’s electric car FF 91 unveiled – video

While the Gardena, California-based company finally put an automotive face to its proposed mass-market plans, details were scant, USA Today reports. Officials said the sleek four-door would boast 1,000 horsepower produced by electric motors, and that it would begin taking $5,000 deposits

Because I’m worth it? L’Oreal launches smart hairbrush for $200

That is what L'Oreal and Withings must have thought when they launched their Kérastase Hair Coach. For $200 (192 euros) you can have a hairbrush that collects information about your hair care daily routine and the mobile app analyzes the data. Then