Samsung has embedded NFC technology into a men’s suit

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The consumer electronics giant is working near field communication into clothing. Now that the CES 2016 has come to a close, there has been no shortage of interesting, fascinating and downright weird products that have made their way onto the map but at the same time, the introduction of NFC technology into a smart suit and while adding solar panels to a handbag still has some people scratching their heads. These are not the first odd sounding concepts that the secret labs from Samsung have developed. Still, these specific products…

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MOVI camera from Livestream heats up CES 2016

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The gadget has been designed to be used during live streaming conferences and other types of events. Among the first headlines to make some real noise from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas was the MOVI camera, which is meant to be used for live streaming of all sorts of events, conferences, weddings and other videos to be viewed live all around the world. The streaming camera is to become available to consumers in April and will retail for an expected $199. The MOVI camera can be used…

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Wearable tech and battery packs may steal the CES 2016 spotlight

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As the largest technology show is about to kick off, the predictions for the largest hits are rampant. Among the favorites expected to make a splash at the CES in Las Vegas include technologies such as wearables, battery packs, virtual and augmented reality and – of course – a slew of announcements from companies old and new. The CES begins with indie startups and works its way toward larger and more established corporations. The event kicks off today and builds throughout the week. It is predicted that during this time,…

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Wearable technology for babies draws the spotlight at CES

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This year’s Consumer Electronics Show has seen the unveiling of several devices to let parents track their infants. The 2015 CES, last week brought a broad range of different types of tech into the news, but near the end, what appeared to be making a considerable splash was the wearable technology and trackers that were designed for parents to use with their babies. The Las Vegas based show was the opportunity for many companies to show that even babies can have wearables. Among those types of wearable technology that was…

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Mobile security software to be given away by Intel

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At the same time, the company has announced that it will be dropping the McAfee name. The CEO of Intel, Brian Krzanich, has announced that his company has made the decision to start giving away mobile security software, but at the same time, it will be removing the name “McAfee” from its internet protection subsidiaries. The company originally purchase McAfee only four years ago, at a cost of $7.7 billion. Krzanich made this announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) as a part of his opening keynote speech. He explained…

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Microsoft hints at Xbox 720 during CES

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Microsoft makes an appearance at this year’s CES This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was filled with innovations that promise to change the future of entertainment, communication, and connectivity. Notably absent from CES this year was Microsoft, who had used the event in the past to showcase some of its future products. While Microsoft did not have its own booth at the event, CEO Steve Ballmer and Chief Technology Strategy Officer Eric Rudder were in attendance to show off what may be the future for the company’s gaming enterprise. CEO…

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Lumus unveils new QE-31 augmented reality glasses, offers hands-on demo at technology conferences

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Augmented reality glasses seem to be the rage amongst technology companies these days. Lumus, makers of high-tech eyewear, have been working on an augmented reality system housed within a pair of glasses for some time. During this year’s Consumer Electronics Show held in January, the company showed off an early version of its new glasses. Now, the company has unveiled an upgraded model called QE-31, which is billed as a major improvement upon previous designs. The new model consists of a durable frame that serves as a mount for the…

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2012 top tech trends that will be revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is an annual business event where many of the announcements about the very latest in mobile, computing, video game consoles and a great deal more are made, and this year’s Las Vegas event will be no exception to this rule. The only element missing from the CES has been Apple devices which, since 2007, when it introduced the iPhone, have been revealed alongside but not at the event. Therefore, experts from around the world watch this show to find out where technology will be headed throughout…

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Aurasma to show off new technology at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

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Aurasma, world leaders in augmented reality technology, are planning a strong showing for this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The technology developer has announced the launch of a new 3D engine for its flagship AR platform of the same name. The new engine will allow users to superimpose hundreds of 3D animations on their physical surroundings with the help of the Aurasma mobile application. The aim is to make augmented reality much more interactive by giving users more ability to blur the lines between the physical and…

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