Posts Tagged ‘CES 2016’

Samsung’s new Family Hub smart fridge is now on sale in the United States, featuring a giant 21.5-inch touchscreen display, and a lot more. Here are the details.

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Smartphone case maker Speck has entered the virtual reality space with its very own VR viewer, which is collapsible, can fit into a pocket, and comes with a military-grade case.

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Apple’s new 2015 MacBook is set to endure the same fate as MacBook Air before it after CES 2016 saw the introduction of not one, not two but three new notebook computers that look all too familiar.

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SanDisk has announced a new model of its popular Connect Wireless Stick drive, which now comes in with a whopping 200GB of external storage for iOS and Android devices.

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Apple’s HomeKit platform has gained a great deal of traction and support during the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 in Las Vegas. We’ve already seen multiple reputed companies take the opportunity to announce their own HomeKit-enabled hardware for the connected smart home. First Alert – one of the bigger names in the production of smoke alarms – has now jumped on that bandwagon by stepping out of its comfort zone to introduce a HomeKit-enabled smart safe designed to work seamlessly with Apple’s home automation platform.

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ExoLens – a subsidiary of Fellowes – has officially announced that it has partnered up with world-renowned optoelectronics company ZEISS to launch a new set of smartphone lens accessories for the iPhone 6 / 6 Plus, and 6s / 6s Plus. These new lenses will not only appeal to hardened smartphone photographers, but also hopefully introduce a new standard in the smartphone lens market by integrating the cutting-edge technology that has made ZEISS a world leader in optics technology.

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Olloclip’s Studio line of iPhone photography accessories is now ready for primetime, with pre-orders going live and a launch expected in the next few weeks according to the company’s announcement at CES.

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At CES 2016, Intel has announced three new models of Compute Stick, with one being powered by Intel’s Atom processor while the other two are powered by Skylake Core M chips. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Netflix has gone global after it announced that it is opening its doors to 130 new countries. Check here to see if your country is on the list of supported regions.

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It seems that CES 2016 is the place to be for connected devices intended for the emerging smart home scene. The intelligent goodies keep on coming thick and fast, with doorbell maker Ring throwing its hat into the ring with the Ring Stick Up Cam, an intelligent outdoor security cam for the home that can be used in conjunction with Ring Video Doorbell. Those who love the Ring Video Doorbell now have an extra product that they can add to their security arsenal in their workplace or home to gain that 24/7 peace of mind.

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After initially making it available for the smaller iPhone 6s only, LifeProof has now announced its FRĒ Power waterproof battery case for the iPhone 6s Plus.

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Samsung has today reentered the Windows tablet market by announcing the Galaxy TabPro S. While specs have been detailed, Samsung hasn’t yet announced pricing for the tablet, though it has confirmed that both WiFi and Cellular versions will be available in February this year.

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