Friday, 8 January 2016

CES: Rollable OLED display, craziest VR and AR, big moves in autonomous vehicles

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CES 2016: LG Display rollable OLED display panel

LG Display has developed an 18-inch OLED display that you can roll up like a newspaper.

CES 2016's coolest and craziest VR and AR

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CES 2016: Carmakers kick off the year with big moves in autonomous vehicles

CES 2016: Fitbit launches $200 Apple Watch competitor

Oculus Rift pre-orders open at massive $600 price point

CES 2016: NVIDIA Drive PX 2 supercomputer for self-driving cars like having 150 MacBook Pros in your trunk

IBM Watson ups the ante on digital wellness with gene-based health app

New IBM Watson app to predict low blood sugar in diabetics

Health devices and apps to monitor your every move and cure what ails you at CES 2016

HTC Vive Pre brings front-facing camera to dev kit, taking steps toward mixed reality

"First family robot," Alpha 2, does yoga, tutoring, and more, but concerns remain

CES 2016: zSpace turns VR into an educational platform

$200 webcam could up the quality of business video calls, streaming content

CES 2016: Withings opts for colorful, approachable, and practical in IoT

Hands on with the new HTC Vive Pre: Hardware improvements could keep you in VR longer

Hands on with the HTC Vive: Why it could be the VR headset to beat in 2016

Google's 3D mapping Project Tango smartphone coming in summer 2016

5 ways the enterprise IT landscape will change in 2016

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Windows 10: Microsoft to release SIM card to help users stay online

How SMBs can stay ahead of new cybersecurity threats in 2016

Hackers' modus operandi: 5 insights that may help identify emerging threats

What's on your Windows 10 wish list for 2016?

Four startups helping companies successfully implement parental leave

New Year's resolution: 3 challenges to help you clean up your computing habits

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