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Wednesday January 9, 2019. 01:00 PM
We've played with a bunch of great new consumer products here at CES. Here are the neatest things we saw on day two.
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The seemingly hoax-y death of 'Promobot' is a handy justification for the newly launched Partnership for Automated Vehicle Education.
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E-cigarette maker Juul will air TV ads beginning later this year.
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Does your planner need to be Insta-worthy? No. But a decorative, multi-colored, stickered planner just might help you love your to-do list.
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Attackers appear to have gained control of 51 percent of the computers on the Ethereum Classic network, allowing them to spend cryptocurrency that wasn't theirs.
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Tuesday January 8, 2019. 11:29 PM
Finally, a clip that gets people excited to see the MCU's newest hero in action.
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Researchers make robots teach themselves how to walk through trial and error, like babies, to navigate the real world.
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If you want to ask a favor of the Parisian concierge, but maybe your French is too rusty, let Google do the talking.
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Paul Seibert digitally blended two photographs he took from a helicopter, thousands of feet above New York City.
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Yubico has finally gotten the green light from Apple to make a hardware authentication token that works on iPhones and iPads.
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SoMo is a new app from mapping company HERE that pushes back against ride-hail dominance by giving other drivers a common platform.
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In the sea of consumer products that is CES 2019, a few gems stand out. This is the neatest tech we've seen at the show.
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This year’s CES, one of the biggest consumer tech showcases in the world, continues Tuesday. Join us for live updates from the show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Sensors embedded in the hive let beekeepers assess the health of their pollinators via the internet.
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That number has doubled since 2015, but Uber and Lyft have made little progress on their bigger goal: attracting regular riders.
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From fantastic IP-crossing adventures to all-new exosuit epics, our consoles and PCs have plenty to look forward to this year.
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As federal scientists sit at home, the many industries that rely on them are already beginning to feel their absence.
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Gathering health care data is much easier for Chinese companies than for their US counterparts—a boost for machine-learning algorithms.
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The glass company can't just melt silica. The process involves glass soot particles and a grain silo of sorts.
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The special counsel has lots of unfinished business on his to-do list this year, including a final report. Here's a rundown.
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