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This router can power your devices wirelessly from 15 feet away

Wireless charging hasn't really set the world on fire. Since the Palm Pre first introduced us to the idea at CES 2009, a few companies have added similar functionality to their phones and smartwatches. Power without wires is undoubtedly useful, but none of the solutions have ever set our devices …

Dolby has a better vision for the future of TV

While the company’s noise reduction and surround sound technologies have become mainstays, Dolby entered a new era in 2012. That’s when it announced Dolby Atmos, a total rethink of the way movie sound was mixed and played back in theaters. It gave filmmakers the ability to put sound anywhere they …

The first truly wireless earbuds are here, and they're awesome

I'm sick of them, and I don't want a pair of "wireless" ones that wrap around the back of my head. I want really, truly wireless earbuds. Basically, I want these:<p><i>Ryan Reynolds knows what's up.</i><p>That is the GIF that David Pierce and I passed back and forth to each other after he got our Moto Hint …

12 Best and Worst Things We Saw at CES 2015

BEST: Phillips Fidelio B5 Surround-On-Demand Soundbar<p>This ingenious soundbar is for anyone who wants surround sound, but isn't ready to commit to a …

2015 is the year that wearables begin to grow up

When I talk about an industry maturing, I don't mean "getting old" so much as facing a different set of challenges. For instance, a year ago, the wearable and fitness section of CES occupied a few hundred square feet. In 2015, the two categories had taken over almost half of the cavernous Sands …

The challenges ahead for Oculus VR as it creates the consumer Rift

"As always, the consumer Rift is in progress and we're making great progress," says Oculus VR Product VP Nate Mitchell. He told me that this week, but you could really pull versions of that response from any of the half dozen interviews we've done with Oculus VR in the past few years. It's the …

The Big Picture: This is not the Apple Watch

Windows 10’s new browser will have the most advanced features ever

This is Spartan<p>Microsoft is planning to radically overhaul its web browser in Windows 10. Sources familiar with the company’s Windows plans tell <i>The Verge</i> that the new browser, codenamed Spartan, will include a host of new features not found in rival browsers. Chief among the plans for Spartan is …

This motion-controlled VR lightsaber is just as much fun as it looks

I finally know what it's like to use a lightsaber, kind of. Not a replica, with the plastic light-up blade and little speaker. I know what it feels like to grab a hilt and see it extend, then parry volley after volley of blasts from a training remote, sending them shooting across the room. Or to …

These New Headphones Are Hiding an Amazing Secret

Startup Avegant unveiled its latest prototype of a virtual reality headset at the Consumer Electronics Show Wednesday, and it proves the words …

Look! A PC On A Stick!

You can get pretty much anything on a stick. You can actually, and I kid you not, get fried butter on a stick. And soon, thanks to Intel, you can even get a full, Windows 8.1 PC on a stick.<p>The Windows 8.1-based Compute Stick contains a quad-core Atom processor, 32 gigabytes of storage, 2 gigabytes …

What it's like to use OSVR, the 'Android of Virtual Reality'

On paper, you could mistake it for an Oculus<p>The software is supported by Razer's own headset. On paper, you could mistake it for an Oculus: it has a 1920 x 1080 screen, head-tracking, and a blocky shape. But unlike the Oculus, it's built for wild experimentation and customization. As with the …

LookSee E-Ink Smart Bracelet Holds Its Image For Up To A Year (video)

Anyone who enjoys combining fashion with technology might be interested in a new E-Ink smart bracelet that has been unveiled at this year’s CES 2015 …

Testing the smartglasses that actually look like glasses

What happens when a company that makes old-fashioned spectacles attempts smartglasses? You get something like Meme, from Japanese glasses maker JINS. Still in prototype stage and courting developers, the glasses will go on sale early this year for around $800 (correction: JINS expects the glasses …

Intel unveils tiny Curie system on a chip for next-gen wearables

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich plucked a button off his sport jacket and held it up during his CES 2015 keynote Tuesday night. It was not actually a …

Waterproof Saygus V2 has 21-megapixel camera and up to 256GB of expandable storage

Showcased at CES 2015, the V2 marks Saygus' unexpected return to the smartphone market.<p>LAS VEGAS -- Though most have never heard of Saygus, some may remember it as the small mobile company that made waves back at CES 2010 with its promising VPhone. The handset offered two-way video calling (which …

MHL's new adapter can handle 8K video and link your devices

If you thought MHL's existing adapter spec could handle just about everything under the sun, you ain't seen nothin' yet. The MHL Consortium has taken the wraps off of SuperMHL, a new connector format that's ready for hardware you can't even buy yet. It can play gigantic 8K videos at 120 frames per …

Here's what to expect from CES 2015

Autonomous driving isn’t a new theme. It’s not even a new theme at CES, in fact: the last several years have seen announcements and demonstrations from various automakers showcasing just how little attention we’ll need to pay to the road someday. But the reality is that even now, in 2014, precious …

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