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Simple Human Thinks Differently about Lighted Mirrors

4:55 PM, Jan. 7th, 2016 · · Conferences

Wide-View Sensor Mirror at CES

LAS VEGAS - Simple Human has a new mirror called Wide-View Sensor Mirror, and the company has really thought differently about lighting, and they use an iPhone app to do it. Bryan Chaffin explain, starting with the story of why he grasped its value.

9 New, Cool USB-C Devices Shown at CES

3:00 PM, Jan. 7th, 2016 · · Conferences

USB-C Products at CES

Accessory makers have kept their USB-C powder dry until CES and have announced a flurry of new devices.  Here's a visual roundup of many of the notable USB-C devices seen this week. The spectrum ranges from simple cable adapters to hubs, displays and storage.

Light Up Your Selfie Videos with Chatlight, a Clip-On Light

1:21 PM, Jan. 6th, 2016 · · Conferences

Chatlight on a MacBook Air

LAS VEGAS - Chatlight is one of those products I hope catches on. Why? Because lighting matters, and the sad truth is that the vast majority of us are poorly lit in self-made videos and selfie photos. Chatlight is a clip-on LED light (it's not a flash) designed to light individuals for videos.

Q.RAD Heats Your Home from Distributed Processing

5:15 PM, Jan. 5th, 2016 · · Conferences


LAS VEGAS - During CES Unveiled on Monday night, I spoke to the folks at Qarnot Computing, This very interesting French company French company was showing Q.RAD, a computer built into a wall-mounted radiator that you can use to heat your home, and they'll pay for the electricity that does it.

Toyota Announces Leadership for $1 Billon AI and Robotics Team

4:45 PM, Jan. 5th, 2016 · · Conferences

Toyota's AI & Robotics team

LAS VEGAS - CES 2016. A decade ago, who would have thought that car companies would be leaders and big spenders in artificial intelligence and robotics? But here we are in 2016, and Toyota is announcing its all-star leadership team for its massive artificial intelligence and robotics research.