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CES 2018 Day 3: Pimax, Huawei, Omron and Smart Gadgets

iOttie Wireless ChargerWelcome to CES Day 3. Today, there were wireless chargers everywhere, an 8K VR headset, a table tennis playing robot, super fast mesh WiFi, smart lights that sync up with the music on your computer and a robot that sorts and folds your laundry.

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CES 2018 Day 2: Intel and Lenovo

lenovo thinkpad x1 yogaCES has reached day two in Las Vegas, and while there may have been a technical mishap with the electricity, the announcements coming out were a good look at who has been stepping up their game to take the lead with digital technology. Intel came under fire following reports of the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, but that did not stop them from aiming high for the future. Lenovo showed the crowd what’s next for their laptops and a newcomer called Rokid has an impressive pair of AR glasses in the works.

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CES 2018 Day 1: LG, Samsung and Sony

LG Signature Oled W8Las Vegas is once more playing host to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018). With the first day now winding down, let’s take a look at what this year is showing off.

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What trends to look out for at CES 2018

CESThe Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is on again this year in Las Vegas. It is always fascinating to learn what is new in the world of technology and what trends are popping up and going away. As usual, television sets are getting bigger with better screens, the competition to create automated cars is heating up, augmented reality is overtaking virtual reality in creating a new digital environment for people to explore and wearable technology is finally working out its niche in healthcare.

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Google Maps is adding the missing details

  • 24/12/2017 at 14:47 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Google Maps vs Apple MapsGoogle has been stepping up its game over the last few years with its Google Maps app. Compared to Apple’s Map app, it is a clear winner. However, what does Google do better than it is competitors? Goggle’s skill lies in the details put into Google Maps.

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Bring quantum computing into your home

  • 20/12/2017 at 01:23 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Quantum Chip 7nmQuantum computing is coming, but how to get it on to your desktop and working in your everyday life is still a while away. What has been a problem is getting the quantum chips working in conjunction with the classical chips. Something that the University of New South Wales (UNSW) has figured out is how to make an architecture that integrates the new chips with classical chips. This quantum-based processor is designed using a silicon-based quantum computer processor based on complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology.

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Net Neutrality is gone, but is there any life after?

Net NeutralityNow that net neutrality has is repealed, what does that mean for the internet as it is? Well, that is not an easy question to answer as there’s not much information coming from the government or the ISPs about what happens next.

There are many thoughts on what ISPs like Comcast and Verizon are going to do, such as creating fast lanes for their content and slowing down content from other sites, blocking access to websites, charging websites to be o a fast lane or to be accessed through their service. People are worried their Netflix might slow down if they are with a particular provider, that the playing field for online content will be uneven for the companies that have the money.

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