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Best of CES 2018


Hands-on: Asus ROG PG65 "Big Format Gaming Display"

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The latest Xiaomi Mi TV 4A is 50 inches of 4K HDR goodness for $375

John Callaham
This is the latest in the Xiaomi Mi TV 4A series, with lots of high-end features, including HDR10, for a low, low price of $375.

Meet Oblend, the canna-tech that lit it up at CES 2018

Florence Ion
Also referred to as an "herbal mixer."

Coming soon: More DIY security systems for your home

Florence Ion
Here's a rundown of some of the easy-to-install home security systems shown off at CES 2018.

Netgear’s Orbi Outdoor Satellite brings the internet to your backyard

Florence Ion
What good is a mesh network if you can’t use it outside?

Fisker EMotion unveiled at CES 2018

Andrew Grush
Here's everything you need to know about the Fisker EMotion that was just unveiled at CES 2018!

Boeing’s prototype drone can transport up to 500 pounds

John Callaham
Boeing says that this cargo drone prototype was created in less than three months. It has eight propeller blades and may be a glimpse at things to come.

GM aims to launch a car without a steering wheel in 2019

John Callaham
The car will be produced as the fourth generation of GM's self-driving and electric Chevy Bolt vehicles, and will not feature any pedals either.

LG’s latest trajectory is prioritizing AI in its product lineup

Florence Ion
The AI-based ThinQ platform is LG’s latest ploy into marrying artificial intelligence with its lineup of consumer technology.

Uber’s secret tool to throw off authorities revealed

Robert Triggs
Sources familiar with Uber's security policies have revealed that the company remotely locked down its computers during police raids with a system called Ripley.

Dell launches ultrathin monitors, new laptops, and more at CES 2018

Check out Dell's latest announcements from CES 2018.

DJI and Ryze join forces to launch the $100 Tello drone

Mitja Rutnik
The Tello is a compact drone that can stay in the air for up to 13 minutes and has a 720p camera on board. It will set you back just $100.
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