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SEC kills Kodak Bitcoin Mining “scam”

Back in January, during CES in Las Vegas, a strange object appeared on the Kodak stand. The Kodak KashMiner, the “Powerful Bitcoin Miner”. The idea was that people would be able to rent this machine for around $3,400, and then customers would be able to keep a portion of any Bitcoins it generated. Spotlite, who […] The post SEC kills Kodak Bitcoin Mining “scam” appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Kodak, Bitcoin, SEC, Las Vegas, Cryptocurrency, CES 2018, KodakOne, KodakCoin, KashMiner, Kodak Bitcoin Mining


AirSelfie’s second-gen selfie drone with better flight time is now available

The second-generation AirSelfie drone more than doubles the original's camera resolution from 5 to 12 megapixels, quadruples its internal memory to 16GB, and adds 50 percent more flight time. The post AirSelfie’s second-gen selfie drone with better flight time is now available appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Drones, Emerging Tech, Camera Drones, AirSelfie, CES 2018


Ricoh Theta V plug-in program is now live, developers can build tools to expand 360 camera

The new Ricoh Theta V Partner Program opens up the company's flagship 360 camera to new features designed by third-party developers, such as the existing plug-in controlling 360 video on a normal TV. The post Ricoh Theta V plug-in program is now live, developers can build tools to expand 360 camera appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Trends, 360 Camera, Ricoh, Ricoh Theta, Ricoh Theta V, CES 2018, Ricoh Theta V Partner Program


DJI Ronin S is a one-hand gimbal for DSLRs; Osmo Mobile 2 embraces vertical video

The Osmo Mobile 2 brings stabilized vertical video to smartphones while the Ronin S becomes DJI's first single-handle, three-axis stabilizer for DSLRs and mirrorless cameras, offering an alternative to its larger Ronin models. The post DJI Ronin S is a one-hand gimbal for DSLRs; Osmo Mobile 2 embraces vertical video appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, Dji, Emerging Tech, Osmo Mobile, CES 2018, Camera Stabilzer, Osmo Mobile 2, Ronin S


The ForwardX Ovis is the first smart suitcase custom-built to follow you

Luggage is only getting smarter. Case in point? The autonomous Ovis, a suitcase specifically designed to charge your gadgets while on the move and follow you throughout the airport terminal. The post The ForwardX Ovis is the first smart suitcase custom-built to follow you appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Emerging Tech, Smart Luggage, CES 2018, FowardX, Ovis, ForwardX Ovis


HP Spectre x360 15-inch (2018) review

HP’s Spectre x360 15-inch is one of the first 2-in-1s to boast Intel’s Core i7-8705G, a chip with AMD Radeon Vega graphics on-board. It promises a level of performance rarely seen in flagship laptops, but the speed comes at a cost. The post HP Spectre x360 15-inch (2018) review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Hp, Intel, Computing, 2-in-1, Hp Spectre, AMD Radeon Vega, CES 2018


Stellina smart telescope on sale exclusively through Museum of Modern Art

While traditional telescopes can be difficult to use and install, Stellina offers up a simple, more user-friendly way to take a closer look at the heavens. This app-enabled telescope hopes to bring astronomy to the masses. The post Stellina smart telescope on sale exclusively through Museum of Modern Art appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Space, Trends, Museum of Modern Art, Emerging Tech, Telescopes, Android Army, CES 2018, Stellina


KodakOne uses blockchain and web crawlers to spot stolen images

Kodak licensee Wenn Digital is using blockchain to create a registry of images called KodakOne and cryptocurrency to pay photographers. KodakOne is slated to arrive later, but the cryptocurrency KodakCoin launches on May 21. The post KodakOne uses blockchain and web crawlers to spot stolen images appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Business, Photography, News, Kodak, Trends, Web, Blockchain, Eastman Kodak, Image Theft, CES 2018, KodakOne, Wenn Digital


Why Google Assistant Can Be The Most Intelligent AI Assistant Yet

It is no secret that Google optimizes all of their services on a regular basis, with 2018 being a year that has been introducing another set of updates. Some of these updates include the implementation of infinite scrolling on Google mobile search, removing the “View Image” option, along with the addition of title tags on Google Images, and the addition of Google Speed in the next few months. Another major Google service that will be receiving updates in the near future is Google Assistant,...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Maps, Google News, Voice Search, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, Mobile Optimization, Phone Call, Mobile First, Google Updates, Google Assistant, Google Home, AI assistant, Google Lens, CES 2018


Google Assistant-enabled smart displays to start shipping in July

Look out, Amazon Echo Show: Your days of domineering the smart display market may be coming to an end. Google announced this week at Google I/O that smart displays featuring Google Assistant will be available starting in July. The post Google Assistant-enabled smart displays to start shipping in July appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Trends, Sony, Lg, Smart Home, Lenovo, Jbl, Smart Displays, Google Assistant, CES 2018


Samsung Galaxy X: Everything we know so far

Samsung has been showcasing bendable display technology for a few years now and a folding smartphone might finally become a reality. The Galaxy X may be the company's first example, and here's everything we know about it. The post Samsung Galaxy X: Everything we know so far appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Business, News, Samsung, Trends, Foldable Smartphones, Android Army, Project Valley, Samsung Galaxy X, CES 2018


Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream review

Mobile virtual reality has a lot of problems. You need to use your phone, which can overheat and eat up your battery life. Standalone VR is the future, and the latest entry is Lenovo and Google’s Mirage Solo with Daydream. The post appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Mobile, Gaming, Trends, Virtual Reality, Lenovo, Android Army, Daydream, CES 2018, Mirage Solo with Daydream, Lenovo Mirage Solo


Alexa’s voice was heard above all others at CES 2018

Campaign recently published this article by our Innovation Director, Tom Ollerton, looking at the hype around voice tech at this year’s CES event and why brands need to rethink their gender approach to voice assistants. They’ve been kind enough to let us reproduce it below. CES welcomed more than 170,000 attendees this year and yet had no women presenting the top keynotes. A quarter of all other speaking slots were taken by women, so it’s not hard to see why this kicked off a social media backla...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Gender, Marketing, US, Brands, Seo, Ces, Voice, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Domino, Thought Leadership, Pernod Ricard, Future Tech, Tom Ollerton


Lexip’s joystick-mouse combo is a strange but promising hybrid

 While at CES I try to avoid getting bogged down by dozens of random gadgets, and this time I mostly succeeded — but the mouse reviewer in me was intrigued by Lexip’s new gaming mouse that’s also a sort of floating joystick. It’s a strange but cool idea, and although the learning curve is high, I can see some hardcore gamers and productivity fiends getting a lot of use… Read More
Tags: Reviews, Startups, TC, Gadgets, Hardware, Review, Ces, Mouse, Mice, CES 2018, Lexip


Ziro’s robotics kit for kids now works with Alexa

 Ziro is a nifty programmable robotics kit for kids that had a successful Indiegogo campaign last year. And the company behind it, ZeroUI, is still adding new features. By default, Ziro kits come with a smart glove to control your robots. You can use the mobile app to configure gestures based on hand movements. For instance, if you tilt your hand forward, it can make a car go forward. Ziro now… Read More
Tags: Startups, TC, Gadgets, Tech, Ces, Indiegogo, Alexa, ZeroUI, Ziro, CES 2018


‘We’re Going to Get Better at This.’ Samsung Is Still Betting Big on the Smart Home

Samsung is confident the smart home will still be a big deal
Tags: Gadgets, Internet Of Things, News, Uncategorized, Samsung, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Smart Home, Onetime, CES 2018


ThinkComputers Podcast #125

Finally we do our CES 2018 wrap-up episode! We talk about all of the cool tech we saw at the show, some funny moments, and more!
Tags: Podcast, Ces, Tech News, ThinkComputers, CES 2018


This home robot will clean your house, find your keys, then bring you a beer

The Aeolus home robot maid and companion uses advanced AI network learning to adapt to your household. It doesn't do windows (yet) but it can perform chores, help find lost objects, and call for assistance in medical situations. The post This home robot will clean your house, find your keys, then bring you a beer appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Emerging Tech, Home Robot, Aeolus, CES 2018, Robot Maid


Mad Catz is Back at CES With New Mice

Following up on their recent re-launch, Mad Catz made their presence known at CES 2018, and we got to take a look at their very expansive lineup of gaming mice. It’s not unusual for a company to debut one or two mice or keyboards at an event like CES, but Mad Catz went all out […]
Tags: 6, Ces, All News, Hardware News, Mouse, Air, Mad Catz, 1, Catz, 2, 4, 8, CES 2018, Pro S3, Pro X3, R.A.T


France’s Digital Minister Mounir Mahjoubi on French startups

 More than 270 French startups flew all the way to Las Vegas for CES 2018. And France’s Secretary of State for Digital Affairs Mounir Mahjoubi came there to support them. I had the opportunity to sit down and interview him about the current state of the tech ecosystem in France and how it can compete at a global level. Mahjoubi joined Emmanuel Macron’s team as the person in charge… Read More
Tags: Startups, TC, Europe, France, Government, Tech, Ces, France Newsletter, Las Vegas, Emmanuel Macron, Mounir Mahjoubi, Mahjoubi, CES 2018


Checking Out In Win’s Tiny A1 Case

While we know In Win for their large eye-catching cases this year at CES they had a really attractive small case that seems like it would be perfect for your mini-ITX build. The A1 brings many of the great features we know In Win for into one very tiny and awesome package!
Tags: Ces, All News, Hardware News, Case, PC Case, Mini ITX, In Win, A1, CES 2018, In Win A1


Lenovo Mirage Solo and Camera with Daydream Hands-On

Last year Lenovo showed us their Windows Mixed Reality headset. At CES 2018 Lenovo introduced Mirage Solo with Daydream. It is a completely standalone VR headset that runs Daydream. To accompany Mirage Solo with Daydream, Lenovo also announced Mirage Camera which is a point and shoot 4K 180 degree VR camera.
Tags: Ces, All News, Hardware News, Camera, Vr, Lenovo, Mixed Reality, CES 2018, Mirage Solo, Mirage Solo with Daydream, Mirage Camera


CES sucked this year

 I’ve heard tell of people predicting the weather through achy joints. CES isn’t all that different. You get a sixth sense about the show once you’ve been to a few. A few weeks before the show starts you get a slight throb in your bones, telling you whether this CES will be a memorable one. All signs ahead of this year’s show pointed to a lackluster offering. Read More
Tags: TC, Events, Tech, CES 2018


Here’s One Way Microsoft’s Amazon Alexa Rival Could Win

Thanks to integration with LinkedIn, Office, and other Microsoft services, Cortana could be a lot more helpful in the workplace
Tags: Art, News, Microsoft, Cortana, Uncategorized, Artificial Intelligence, Amazon Alexa, Virtual Assistants, CES 2018, One Way Microsoft, LinkedIn Office


3 Things I Learned About the Future of Technology at This Year’s CES

The annual tech show is a portal into the tech industry's future
Tags: Gadgets, Internet Of Things, News, Uncategorized, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Smart Home, CES 2018


The BecDot is a toy that helps teach vision-impaired kids to read braille

 Learning braille is a skill that, like most, is best learned at an early age by those who need it. But toddlers with vision impairment often have few or no options to do so, leaving them behind their peers academically and socially. Becdot is a toy created by the parents facing that challenge that teaches kids braille in a fun, simple way, and is both robust and affordable. Read More
Tags: Startups, TC, Gadgets, Hardware, Ces, Accessibility, Disability, Deaf, Blind, Braille, Blindness, Deafness, CES 2018, Not Impossible


Lian Li Is Working On Their Own AiO Liquid CPU Cooler

While we know Lian Li for their cases, they actually had a prototype all-in-one liquid CPU cooler on display at CES this year. It actually looked quite good with its thick tubing, cool illuminated Lian Li logo, and interesting pump location.
Tags: Ces, All News, Hardware News, Cooling, CPU Cooler, AIO, Liquid Cooling, Lian Li, Liquid CPU Cooler, CES 2018


EVGA Brings a 2200W Power Supply to CES!

EVGA is very well known for their power supplies and this year at CES they had a 2200W unit! The new Supernova 2200 P2 packs in 2200 watts of 80 PLUS Platinum power! That is enough power for seven GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards running at once!
Tags: Ces, All News, Hardware News, Power Supply, PSU, EVGA, CES 2018, 2200W, Supernova 2200 P2


The Retro Keyboard and Mouse You Need!

AZIO surprised us this past year by releasing their Retro Classic keyboards, if you missed it be sure to check out our review of the Artisan Classic. This year at CES AZIO was showing off a new Bluetooth version of the keyboard as well as a new prototype mouse to go with it.
Tags: Ces, All News, Hardware News, Retro, AZIO, Retro Classic, CES 2018, Retro Classic Keyboard, Retro Classic Mouse, CES AZIO


MSI Showcases Optix MPG27CQ Gaming Monitor With RGBs at CES 2018

Since we are in between launched of both graphics cards and processors MSI did not have a whole lot of new things to show off at CES this year, but one thing they had was their brand new Optix MPG27CQ Gaming Monitor. One of the coolest things about this display is that it has a row of RGB LEDs on the front, which are not just there to look good, but can also give you a visual aid in games, giving you a live view of health, ammo, and more.
Tags: Ces, All News, Hardware News, MSI, Monitor, RGB, Gaming monitor, SteelSeries, CES 2018, MPG27CQ, Optix MPG27CQ