Sorry LG, 88″ isn’t cool anymore, check out this insane 146″ TV from Samsung, just announced at CES. It’s literally called “The Wall” and is the world’s first consumer modular MicroLED 146-inch TV. The modular, self-emitting MicroLED 146” TV display was featured alongside Samsung’s latest innovations in display technology, demonstrating how television is evolving...
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    We’re not sure how many Chinese are in the market for a supercar, but that hasn’t stopped Ford from showing off the new Ford GT supercar at CES Asia. After being unveiled earlier this year at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) it’s now in Shanghai for the...
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    CES Asia is in Shanghai, China this week. On the back of another successful CES in Las Vegas in January, CES is now heading to the other side of the world to exhibit the best technology has to offer and it’s going to be massive. Featuring nearly 100 industry...
  • The decision to move SYNC3 to QNX was the right one

    In December last year, Ford announced the big shift from Microsoft’s Automotive platform to Blackberry’s QNX. Many reported this as a breakup between the two giants, but Ford insisted the relationship was still strong, despite the move. QNX currently holds around 60% market share of all in-car infotainment systems...
  • Zensorium Being takes fitness wearables to the next logical step

    Fitness trackers are a dime a dozen, and it’s incredibly hard to stand out, especially somewhere like CES. The company Zensorium showed off a new product, Being, which is a product and service with a difference. They take the data created from monitoring your activity and turn it into...
  • The Best and Worst products of CES 2015

    After covering the Consumer Electronics Show for years remotely did nothing to prepare me for the immense scale of the event. You hear others suggest it’s big, but the biggest trade show on the planet is on a scale you can’t comprehend. CES 2015 was the largest show in...
  • Optical not dead yet. Panasonic has a prototype UHD HDR Blu-ray player

    As technology surges forward with violent force, there’s a few casualties along the way. Over the years we’ve seen many media types disappear and be replaced by technically superior alternatives. CDs were outclassed by the storage size of DVDs, and when we hit the limits of size on DVDs,...
  • MakerBot introduces Composite Filaments.

    MakerBot is arguably the “biggest” name in consumer-grade 3D Printers, and at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show they have come to the party in a huge way after announcing a new line of filament. Dubbed Composite PLA, these four new flavours of filament will allow makers to create more beautiful and...
  • TRW brought a 1:1 scale, transparent car to CES

    TRW is a parts company that manufacturers for both auto makers and the aftermarket. This year they brought a full sized transparent car. The full plastic vehicle is complete with working doors, so you can sit inside it. Let me tell you, it’s a bizarre experience to see through...
  • Video algorithms from SAP will change sport forever

    SAP is a software solutions company and they’ve just learned a new trick. At CES 2015, they’re showing off a new prototype that analyses video footage of sporting events to automatically create player, team and game statistics. Currently the stats we see from sporting events are done by a...
  • Tesla ModelX on display at Panasonic’s CES booth

    Not sure you can include Tesla as one of the 10 auto manufacturers at CES, but their car is here. The unreleased Model X is a SUV with crazy gull wing doors that isn’t expected on the road until 2016. The all-wheel drive Model X will come with dual...

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