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The secret to avoiding CES cynicism is never really going

I’ve been going to CES for almost ten years now, and it amazes me that really, nothing has changed that whole time. The same people are saying the same things on the same stages, selling the same people the same junk with slightly higher price tags. But this year I had a great time and found some amazing companies — because I avoided at all costs actually stepping foot on the show floor. The math is simple: when a company gets big enough to...
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Cherry’s new low-profile switches may help bring mechanical keyboards to more laptops

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Mercedes-Benz’s new MBUX in-car assistant and smart UI rocks

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Euveka’s shape-shifting robotic mannequin could streamline the fashion and wearable industries

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Google launches smart displays with JBL, Lenovo, LG and Sony

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Someone stole a piece of China’s new solar panel-paved road less than a week after it opened

Putting solar panels into our roads isn’t the craziest idea, but we may as well admit that it poses some unique challenges. For instance, people may want to walk away with pieces of it. That’s what happened in China, anyway, just five days after authorities opened up what they claim is the world’s first solar panel-paved highway. As reported by the Qilu Evening News (and noted by TechNode ), the experimental kilometer-long stretch of road i...
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GoPro cuts 200-300 jobs, largely impacting its drone division

GoPro is in the process of laying off around 200-300 employees this week, TechCrunch has learned from sources close to the company. The hits to the company were largely concentrated in its aerial division, the segment of the company responsible for its Karma drone. In a letter to impacted employees GoPro explained these cuts are part of a larger restructuring “to better align our resources with business requirements”.  TechCrunch has been i...
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Kernel panic! What are Meltdown and Spectre, the bugs affecting nearly every computer and device?

If you’re confused by the avalanche of early reports, denials, and conflicting statements about the massive security issues announced today, don’t worry — you’re far from the only one. Here’s what you need to know about Meltdown and Spectre, the two huge bugs that affect practically every computer and device out there. What are these flaws? Short answer: Bugs at a fundamental level that allow critical information stored deep inside computer...
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Attending CES 2018? TechCrunch wants to see your company

CES is a horrible, god-awful experience that will shave years off your life. The casinos, the food, the people, the germs. Horrible. All of it. But we love it! And we’re sending a huge contingent to the show again this year and want to see your gadgets, toys and products. TechCrunch cares much more for the hardware startups than the big CE players. We want to see the future FitBits and the company that will be the next GoPro. If you have a ...
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King-size games may have to wait as Nintendo reportedly delays 64-gig Switch cartridges

The Switch may be the most pleasant tech surprise of 2017, but although it has many excellent qualities, excessive storage space is not among them. And it looks like that will continue to be a problem if, as the Wall St Journal hears , Nintendo is delaying the production of 64-gigabyte cartridges. Right now you can fit up to 32 gigabytes on a cart, which of course is usually plenty — but games with large amounts of content or high-resolutio...
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Meet Molekule, the sleekest air purifier on the market

Molekule , a San Francisco-based startup with a sleekly designed molecular air purifier started as an immigrant dream twenty years ago and ended up being named one of Time’s top 25 inventions of 2017. The inventor Yogi Goswami came up with the idea when his baby son Dilip started having a hard time breathing the air around him. Dilip suffered from severe asthma but no air purifier at the time seemed to work well enough to clean up indoor po...
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Amazon acquires connected camera and doorbell startup Blink

Amazon has acquired Blink (via Slashgear ), a startup founded in 2014 that builds connected Wi-Fi home security cameras, as well as a new video doorbell introduced earlier this week . The company got its start via a crowdfunding campaign that raised over $1 million for its totally wireless home monitoring system. Amazon has already made forays into connected home video cameras and even home entry products, including its Cloud Cam and Amazon...
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Laser-equipped shoes help Parkinson’s patients take the next step

Here’s an unexpected but pleasant little way tech might be able to improve a few lives: laser shoes. Yes, seriously. Shoes equipped with small laser emitters were shown in recent tests to help sufferers of Parkinson’s disease to walk normally. One of the possible symptoms of Parkinson’s is what’s called gait freezing, where a person finds themselves unable to take a step despite willing themselves to walk forward. Being unable to move for t...
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Google Home Max review

The days of buying devices or smart assistants will be over soon enough. Amazon and Google have both made clear their intention to make their respective AI device agnostic, so the days of the standalone Google Home or Amazon Echo might well be numbered. Assistant and Alexa are already being built into everything from thermostats to lamps. In order for smart speakers to continue to have a spot in the home, they’re going to have to be speaker...
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Gift Guide: Last minute gifts and stocking stuffers that are actually good

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