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Welcome to 2017, where Alexa even made its way into a fridge

Okay, try not to get too excited: LG today unveiled a smart fridge at a big event ahead of CES in Las Vegas. It has a big touch screen and lets you control a whole host of things — which is <i>fine</i>.<p>However, the most interesting part here is that the fridge is integrated, along with a whole host of …

Is Your Data Safe With Amazon Echo?

by Maha Chaudhry | December 28, 2016<p>Amazon Echo smart speakers have been a rather popular gift this holiday season. In a press release yesterday, …

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Google Home Review: A solid start, but not yet as capable as its Echo archenemy [Video]

I’ve primarily been a reviewer of phones over the last few years, so when a product that isn’t a phone comes across my lap for review, I get excited. And the Google Home is something I’ve been anticipating for what feels like years. When the Amazon Echo first launched, my initial thought was that …

Smart Homes

This $130 ring is actually a panic button in disguise

While smartphones make it easier than ever before to dial 911, and smartwatches include features like SOS, sometimes you just want the people in your life to know where you are <i>before</i> something bad happens.<p>Enter Nimb: a panic button disguised as costume jewelry.<p>The Nimb ring is designed to be a …

Siren Care weaves electronics into fabric to keep diabetic patients healthy

Instead of tracking your health with a little band that’s on your wrist, Ran Ma thinks that the future is keeping track of your health — or at least parts of it — with technology that’s woven into the fabric of your clothes.<p>That’s the target of Siren Care, a wearable company that looks to weave …

Blitab is a Braille device for visually impaired people

Meet Blitab, an Android tablet combined with a smart Braille surface. It’s one of the most affordable Braille devices out there and could change the way visually impaired people use computing devices. The company is participating in TechCrunch’s Hardware Battlefield at CES.<p>The devices for this …

Best of CES 2017: The 15 most innovative products at CES this year

CES 2017 has been the biggest year so far for the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. More than 175,000 attendees converged on the …

Televisions

Home robot Kuri is like an Amazon Echo designed by Pixar

Domestic robots are sort of here, with self-driving and speakers that control your smart home, but Mayfield Robotics’ Kuri could be the first real home robot, combining mobility and true interaction with approachable, friendly design.<p>Mayfield Robotics is a startup fully owned and funded by Bosch, …

Google Cast is now officially Google Home

With the introduction of the Google Home brand, the Google Cast app was said to be undergoing a name change, and that’s exactly what’s happening now.<p>A few days ago, we reported that the Google Cast app would be rebranded as Google Home, with several users getting a notification informing them of …

Android News

Blog | Applause

Due to the increase in competition, banks and FinTech startups have to create completely new products and approaches to existing problems.<p>Lars …

Mobile Development

Amazon's Alexa appears in scores of new smart gadgets

Hundreds of companies have added Amazon's Alexa software to their gadgets and services, solidifying the technology giant's lead over Google and Microsoft in the race to dominate artificial intelligence.<p>As the technology industry descended on Las Vegas for the world's largest innovation fair, scores …

Artificial Intelligence

5 major technologies killed by Silicon Valley in 2016

At MIT Technology Review we try to keep you informed as new technologies and products emerge. But just as important as the new things that are born are the old things that die. And in 2016, we saw several high-profile tech ideas die in Silicon Valley.

Silicon Valley

5 ways the new connected agriculture world changed in 2016

The world of agriculture technology, or agtech, is rapidly evolving from an industry entrenched in tradition to one that is fast embracing change. It’s automating laborious tasks and providing farmers and growers with greater knowledge and insight into their crops than ever before. As technology …

Sevenhugs’ touchscreen Smart Remote can control any smart device you point it at

The screen changes to offer custom controls for each device<p>Sevenhugs' Smart Remote is a universal remote that takes a very different spin on the concept than the ones we've seen so far. The company has shown up at CES before with an earlier prototype of the device, and ran a successful Kickstarter …

Whirlpool brings Alexa to its next generation of appliances

Alexa can already order a pizza and fire up your TV as you lazily bark commands at it, but appliances giant Whirlpool is about to put Amazon's personal assistant to work with some extra chores around the house. The two companies announced they've teamed up to connect Alexa with Whirlpool's next …

A laser printer without ink or toner

Lasers that ‘softly’ burn paper could be the next evolution in printing. Former students of the University of Technology in Delft, Netherlands, have developed a technology that can print on any kind of paper without consumables, such as toner or ink.<p>This technique is not unlike burning paper using …

Nemonic is like Post-It notes with IoT smarts

Mangoslab, a company spun out from Samsung’s innovation division back in June 2016, showed off its first product today. Nemonic is a $120 thermal printer that prints on sticky notes from your phone. That’s right – everyone’s favorite tool for passive-aggressively leaving notes on a colleague’s …

Demand for Microsoft's Surface Studio pushes delivery to 2017

If you were hoping to get your hands on a Surface Studio, you're going to have a bit of a wait on your hands. When the new all-in-one was announced, …

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Here’s Why Apple Went With Touch Bar On MacBook Pro Instead Of Full Touchscreen

MacBook Pro Touch Bar Vs full touchscreen, here's why Apple went with the former on its flagship notebook, according to company's Design Chief Jony …

WTF Was Apple Thinking With the New MacBook Pro

Apple announced the 2016 upgrade to its MacBook Pro laptops. They are really expensive. They feature last year's Intel processors. They require …