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Apple’s $349 HomePod smart speaker set for release this February
Apple's premium smart speaker with Siri voice-assistant finally gets a release date. Pre-orders set to open on January 26th.
The latest Xiaomi Mi TV 4A is 50 inches of 4K HDR goodness for $375
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.
GM aims to launch a car without a steering wheel in 2019
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.
Uber’s secret tool to throw off authorities revealed
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.
DJI and Ryze join forces to launch the $100 Tello drone
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.
Philips Hue app syncs your lights with what you’re watching
Philips Hue will be rolling out a technology later in the year that adjusts your smart lighting based on the content on your computer screen.
Nest and Yale are finally launching their smart lock
Nest and Yale have been planning on making a smart lock together for quite a while now, but it seems like 2018 is the year that lock finally sees the light of day.
Intel launches new processors with integrated AMD Vega graphics chips
The collaboration between Intel and AMD will allow for thinner and lighter notebooks to be made with higher-end gaming graphics.
CES 2018: Five trends to expect from the year’s biggest tech show
The Las Vegas Convention Center is almost ready to open its doors to the tech industry's biggest names. Here's what to expect from the show.
Smartphones with in-display fingerprint sensors coming in 2018
Synaptics has begun mass production of an in-display fingerprint sensor that will bring front-facing sensors back to “bezel-less” smartphones.
Why laptops are becoming more like smartphones
PC sales have been declining for 12 quarters straight, but Microsoft thinks it found a way to reverse the trend: make laptops more like smartphones.
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