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ces 2020

Roomba Robot Vacuum Could Get Arms in the Future

Published on 01/12/2020 @ 3 AM EST

In an interview with Bloomberg at CES 2020, Colin Angle, CEO of the Massachusetts-based company, said that the company is working on a limbed version of the Roomba that can help out with more complex tasks, like laundry, dishwashing, and food serving. They don't plan to sell the enhanced Roomba for another five years, though.

Spotify Podcast Ads will be Powered by Streaming Ad Insertion (SAI)

Published on 01/09/2020 @ 8 AM EST

Based on user data, Spotify will be using their Streaming Ad Insertion (SAI) technology to show ads in between podcasts. These ads will be targeted based on user preference, location, and a lot more.

Hyundai’s Flying Taxi Looks Way Bigger in Reality

Published on 01/08/2020 @ 8 AM EST

The four-passenger mock-up vehicle comes in a huge size and seems like a visible air-transportation system. The redundant propellers make this future flying taxi a promising entry of Hyundai in the air-transportation industry.

Intel is Getting in the Graphics Game with DG1 GPU

Published on 01/08/2020 @ 7 AM EST

The DG1 GPU is based on Xe architecture. It is the same graphics architecture that will power Intel’s integrated graphics on the upcoming 10nm Tiger Lake chips. Previewed at the CES 2020 keynote, these are supposed to deliver doubled graphics performance as compared to the previous version.

Samsung’s Project Neon Has Just Digital Avatars for Now

Published on 01/07/2020 @ 6 AM EST

The artificial humans from Project Neon by Samsung still remains mysterious before CES 2020. The company has said, “Scenarios shown at our CES Booth and in our promotional content are fictionalized and simulated for illustrative purposes only.”

Mercedes Unveiled an Avatar-Inspired Concept Car

Published on 01/07/2020 @ 6 AM EST

The Mercedes-Benz AVTR (advance vision transportation) shares its name with Avatar and is one of the concept cars announced by the brand at CES 2020. From having biometric sensors and no steering wheel, this concept car features a bunch of gesture control features and so much more.