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User Image verge Posted: Oct 5, 2017 12:25 AM (UTC)

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The Google Pixel event has wrapped and we got a good look at a bunch of new hardware: the second generation of the Pixel and Pixel XL, two new Google Home smart speakers (Mini and Max), a $1,000 Pixelbook, and a surprise new Google Clips camera that uses artificial intelligence to snap pictures and videos of your family. Swipe left for the full panorama. 📸 @happicamp #MadeByGoogle #GooglePixel #GoogleClips #GoogleHome

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User Image verge Posted: Jan 18, 2018 9:36 PM (UTC)

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#Ford's Ojo Electric #scooter has a bountiful 25 miles of range (which can be doubled with an add-on battery pack), a top speed of around 20 miles per hour, a suspension system on both wheels, and a rigid aluminum unibody structure that keeps the ride smooth and stable. There’s a touchscreen in the dashboard, Bluetooth connectivity (for playing music through two embedded speakers), and a built-in power cord that plugs right into a standard wall outlet. All this costs a little over $2,000. #scootering #scooterist 📷: @sokane1
User Image verge Posted: Jan 18, 2018 8:36 PM (UTC)

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Danish watch brand Skagen is announcing its first touchscreen smartwatch at #ces this week. The Falster runs #Android Wear and joins #Skagen’s lineup of connected hybrid analog watches. It will be available starting at $275 later this month. 📷: @dcseifert
User Image verge Posted: Jan 18, 2018 5:51 PM (UTC)

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Instagram is testing a new “Type” feature within #Stories for users to share text-based messages as an alternative to photos or video — but it’s not yet available to all users. But feature is similar to what can already be done in #Instagram. In order to achieve the same thing now, just snap a pic, click on the pen tool at the top, select a color, and then press and hold on the screen to create a blank surface to write on. For more tips, watch our Instagram Story.
User Image verge Posted: Jan 18, 2018 2:31 PM (UTC)

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#Segway’s Loomo bot drives like a hoverboard and follows like a puppy. The main premise of the Loomo is that you can ride it like a #hoverboard, but once you hop off, the head swivels around and becomes a face. The #robot can follow you around autonomously, take pictures on demand, work as a surveillance robot, and “[make] everyone laugh with its wit and personality.” #ces #CES2018 📷: @futurepaul
User Image verge Posted: Jan 17, 2018 10:14 PM (UTC)

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The full keyboard #MotoMod is a real product that you’ll be able to buy this year for $99. Livermorium's Slider Keyboard mod attaches to the back of your Moto Mod-compatible device, and brings back a full physical keyboard that slides out in landscape mode and tilts the screen up at a 60-degree angle. This way, you can pretend that it's 2002 and that Sidekicks are popular again. #tech #ces #ces2018 📷: @tomwarrenuk
User Image verge Posted: Jan 17, 2018 6:36 PM (UTC)

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These $1,000, Alexa-enabled smart glasses feel like the first fully baked AR product since the failure of Google Glass. Vuzix Blade AR is a pair of augmented reality smart glasses that float a screen in the upper right corner of your vision. But unlike previous iterations, it contains nearly every aspect of the display and its power source within the eyewear frames. #tech #ces #ces2018 📷: @hotdog_bandit11
User Image verge Posted: Jan 17, 2018 4:41 PM (UTC)

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Chinese #car company Byton unveiled its concept #EV earlier this week at #ces. It’s a tease of what’s to come from the production model, which will arrive in late 2019 and start at $45,000. Its most unusual feature is the ludicrously big display that spans the entire dashboard. It’s 49 inches — or more than a meter — wide and almost 10 inches tall. It has a resolution of 3840 x 720, and a brightness of 1,000 nits. 📷 @sokane1
User Image verge Posted: Jan 17, 2018 1:42 PM (UTC)

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Fashion brand #KateSpade is now making touchscreen smartwatches. They run #Android Wear 2.0 and have a 1.2-inch OLED display and an ambient light sensor, with some unique aesthetic touches like a scalloped edge along the watchface and a spade engraved on the watch’s crown. #fashion #style 📷 @dcseifert
User Image verge Posted: Jan 16, 2018 9:37 PM (UTC)

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Ottie’s Wireless Fast Charging Pad is a Qi charger that supports up to 10W total output, accepts input via USB-C, and comes in five different colors of soft-touch fabric that looks nice and shouldn’t scratch your phone. (There’s also a silicone ring that should keep devices from sliding off.) And as an added bonus, there’s also a regular USB Type-A port on the back for charging a second device, like a smartwatch or pair of wireless headphones. #iphonex #tech 📷 @cgartenberg
User Image verge Posted: Jan 16, 2018 2:06 PM (UTC)

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Apple discontinued its wired #Mac keyboard back in June, but a company called Matias is trying to one-up #Apple’s now discontinued version with a new replica model that features RGB backlighting. It's available for $99 in both Mac and PC versions. #tech 📷 @cgartenberg
User Image verge Posted: Jan 15, 2018 7:47 PM (UTC)

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LG Display’s 88-inch 8K #TV has some intense pixel density going on, with a resolution that’s four times as much as a 4K TV. 📷 @happicamp #tech #gadgets
User Image verge Posted: Jan 15, 2018 2:09 PM (UTC)
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Project Linda extends the recently released #Razer Phone into a full laptop.  And instead of just using the phone as the brains of the hybrid #laptop, it also repurposes it as the trackpad. 📷 @cgartenberg
User Image verge Posted: Jan 14, 2018 4:50 PM (UTC)
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Intel has long been proud of its #drone-based light shows — including airing a (pre-taped) halftime show at the last Super Bowl. The company has introduced a new version of those drones, called “Shooting Star Mini.” The innovation here? They’re tiny and totally safe to fly indoors, above the heads of the audience. They are interesting because they can locate themselves in space without the need for GPS. #dronestagram #dronelife 📷 @backlon
User Image verge Posted: Jan 13, 2018 5:49 PM (UTC)
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China's Vivo is the first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor, after an entire year of speculation about whether Apple or Samsung might integrate the fingerprint sensor under the display of their flagship phones. It works by peering through the gaps between the pixels in an OLED display (LCDs wouldn’t work because of their need for a backlight) and scanning your uniquely patterned epidermis. #tech #ces #ces2018 📷 @happicamp
User Image verge Posted: Jan 12, 2018 8:13 PM (UTC)
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Planet Computers' Gemini is a tiny laptop with the spirit of Psion. The Gemini is a clamshell #Android device with an 18:9 ultrawide 1080p screen and a compact but more-or-less full physical keyboard. #CES 📷 @345triangle
User Image verge Posted: Jan 11, 2018 7:48 PM (UTC)
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User Image verge Posted: Jan 11, 2018 4:25 PM (UTC)
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Mercedes-Benz shut down part of the #LasVegas Strip to show off the Smart Vision EQ Concept car. It's a futuristic self-driving #car prototype that's so new it had to be controlled remotely. It has no steering wheel, no pedals, and is supposed to represent what #MercedesBenz thinks cars will be like in 2030. #ces #ces2018 📷 @sokane1
User Image verge Posted: Jan 11, 2018 12:02 AM (UTC)
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Queen of CES @nattgarun climbed into the cockpit of a 15-foot-tall mech. Prosthesis is the working prototype an exo-bionic racing suit by Furrion. It weighs more than 8,000 pounds and the racer controls it with their body from the center of the suit, kind of like a Power Ranger. Prosthesis is designed to max out at a speed of 20 mph, jump 10 feet high, and pick itself back up if it rolls forward. Making the suit took 12 years of research and Furrion estimates that the final design will be 30 percent smaller. #pacificrim #CES #technology #robots #tech 📷 @happicamp
User Image verge Posted: Jan 10, 2018 11:14 PM (UTC)
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A behind-the-scenes look at the elaborate production for Intel's #CES0218 keynote. It featured dancing Shooting Star Mini drones, LED-besuited acrobats, a flying drone taxi, and more. But a few months from now, we’ll still be talking about Meltdown and Spectre -- it’s hard to know if we’ll be talking about anything Intel showed off at #CES. 📷 @sokane1
User Image verge Posted: Jan 10, 2018 7:10 PM (UTC)
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This #OLED #TV rolls up like a giant newspaper. #rollabletv #ces2018