Wednesday , 3 June 2020

CES 2020

Meet the Prinker S: A Fun Device for Printing Temporary Tattoos

All it takes is a swipe Did you ever want to get yourself a tattoo but 1) is afraid of the pain of the whole process, or 2) do not want to have ink on your skin forever? Korean company Prinker has a fun, painless, and small solution to that. Using ink made from cosmetic ingredients, the Prinker prints your …

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5 Key Tech Trends from CES 2020 That Will Affect the Philippines

The Consumer Electronics Show is one of the biggest annual global tech events. After reporting live from the show floor the last few days and talking to several key executives and analysts, here are 5 key tech trends that will potentially impact the Philippines in 2020-2025. 1. New Laptops Will Take Aim at Smartphones Smartphones and tablets have been eating …

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Best of CES 2020: Temporary Tattoo Printer, Foldable Laptop, AND More!

Check out our top picks! CES 2020 is coming to a conclusion, and without a doubt, there are tons of awesome, cool, and dope tech that graced the exhibition floor for three days. To wrap up our coverage, we pick our favorite products presented at CES 2020, headlined by this awesome temporary tattoo printer, more foldable devices (including the first …

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Samsung’s Latest SSD Gets a Smartphone Feature

Extra security for all of your data Aside from having more storage space and faster speeds, there’s not that much to add to portable SSDs when it comes to features. For Samsung, they thought of adding a physical fingerprint scanner to their latest portable SSD—the T7 Touch—for added security. Surrounded by a Motion LED (which also serves as an indicator …

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Hands-on with the Motorola Razr 2020!

The Gold Standard for Folding Smartphones? The Motorola RAZR 2020 was proudly on display at the booth of Motorola at the on-going Consumer Electronics Show 2020 (CES 2020) in Las Vegas. We were able to snag some much needed hands-on time with this highly anticipated smartphone and we wanted to report back to you guys. Before we get to the …

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Meet Ballie: Samsung’s Intelligent, Rolling Personal Robot

It’ll help you run your smart home Samsung introduced a new, intriguing member of their family in this year’s CES: Ballie, an intelligent, rolling personal robot that’s touted as the company as the next evolution of IoT. Ballie is powered by AI smarts and can interact with you and your smart home in simple and powerful ways – at least, …

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Lenovo Legion is the Official Partner for the Apex Legends Global Series

  $3 million in prize money is at stake Together with its announcement of new Legion peripherals, Lenovo announced that its gaming sub-brand was selected as the official PC and Monitor partner for the upcoming Apex Legends Global Series, which will kick off on March 13-15 in Arlington, Texas. For the tournament, Lenovo will be providing more than 200 Legion …

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OmniVision’s 48-Megapixel Sensor has Huge 1.2um Pixels

The sensor size is as big as Samsung’s 108-megapixel sensor OmniVision is catching up with Samsung and Sony in the high-megapixel race with their 48-megapixel OM48C sensor. Boasting 48-megapixels, OmniVision’s flagship camera sensor has a 1/1.3” size—that’s the same size as Samsung’s 108-megapixel ISOCELL HMX sensor. Because of that, the OM48C has 1.2um pixels by default—for reference, Samsung’s 48-megapixel ISOCELL …

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Razer’s First Tower is a Modular Mini PC

Inspired by Intel’s Gaming NUCs If you are itching to get a compact tower that is similar to Intel’s Ghost Canyon NUC, Razer will be one of the first few brands to utilize the platform with the Tomahawk. Built on the same modular platform as the Ghost Canyon, the Tomahawk uses a swappable Intel NUC Element card that contains the …

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The OnePlus Concept One Is A Solution To A Non-existent Problem

It does look cool though OnePlus took to CES to show off their new smartphone concept, dubbed the OnePlus Concept One. OnePlus hasn’t exactly been short on details on the new concept, which basically allows the phone to blackout the camera module by using electrochromic glass. Until a current is applied to it the glass is opaque, hiding all those …

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MediaTek’s Dimensity 800 Brings 5G To The Mid-range

5G is coming You don’t need to buy a high-end phone to enjoy the benefits of 5G, at least not if MediaTek has anything to say about it, with the Taiwanese firm officially announcing their 5G Dimensity 800 chipset meant for mid-range phones. MediaTek’s new chipset can hit download speeds of up to 3.5Gbps and has the ability to tap …

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Razer Announces Switch-like Kishi Controller For Your Phone

It works with a wide variety of mobiles Razer’s beefing up its smartphone gaming accessory portfolio with a second gaming accessory for your phone: the Kishi. The Kishi looks like another Switch game controller that works with a wide array of Android smartphones and even iPhones, which was one of the biggest criticisms with their first controller, the Junglecat. The …

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Meet the God Processor: AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper 3990X Has 64-cores, 128 Threads

Another win for the red team AMD just dropped the mic at CES as far as processors are concerned, as the company has unveiled their unbelievably insane Ryzen Threadripper 3990X, the first-ever consumer processor with 64-cores. That’s 64-cores and 128 threads, which makes it the ultimate desktop processor for the ultimate enthusiast that wants all the freaking’ cores in their …

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Sony Just Made Their Own Electric Car

It’s made to show off many of their techs Not content on just making phones, cameras, audio gear and TVs, Sony is apparently making cars now. Well, a car to be specific. The company unveiled their Sony Vision-S electric concept sedan at the end of their CES keynote, much to the surprise of everyone attending. But don’t expect Sony to …

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AMD Announces New Radeon 5600 XT Graphics Card

It’ll sit right above the 5500 XT AMD is rounding out its GPU family in CES not with a new, high-end product, but with a mid-range card: the Radeon 5600 XT. The Radeon 5600 XT sits above the 5500 XT but below the 5700 XT, and AMD envisions this particular GPU as a replacement for NVIDIA’s GTX 1060. While the …

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