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The 411 on the controversial Healbe GoBe
The Healbe GoBe is a "body manager" that claims to automatically track eating, exercising, and sleeping habits.
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4K video? A touchscreen? Nikon's bold bets pay off with the new D5.
Nikon's premiere digital SLR might be its best yet thanks to additions like 4K video, an improved AF system, and a (surprisingly useful) touchscreen.
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4moms harnesses the power of robotics in this smart seat
4moms debuted their self-installing infant car at CES 2016.
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Cook delicious meals with this portable solar grill.
The GoSun Grill is a portable, efficient grill that is powered by heat from the sun.
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Half fitness tracker and half smartwatch, the Blaze is everything we want in a wearable.
Half fitness tracker and half smartwatch, the Blaze is everything we want in a wearable, without the kitchen sink.
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Immersive movie theater sound comes home to play.
At CES, Samsung introduced a first-ever wireless soundbar package utilizing Dolby Atmos technology, the HW-K950. We took a look, and bent an ear.
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Watch your steps
A first look at the Withings Go activity tracker.
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One thing to rule them all.
Samsung's flagship KS9500 Series SUHD TVs may seem like a rewrite of last-year's JS9500, but they've made some strides worth shouting about.
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Who wants PC for the TV? We do.
Intel wants you to turn any TV into a full-fledged computer. Ever wanted to surf the internet from your couch? Intel has a palm-sized answer to your desires.
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Connect with your pet.
From fitness trackers to pet cams, pet tech companies unleashed their latest products at CES 2016.
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The French are here to remind us "entrepreneur" is their word.
Thanks to a €200 million investment in startups, the French are the second largest delegation at this year's CES.
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Lower the volume on the world, lose yourself to the music.
Audio-Technica makes some of our favorite headphones. At CES 2016, it's showing off a new take on one of our top picks, ATH-MSR7, with active noise cancellation
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