We're talking everything from tech to change your living room to tech to change the world.
Exactly one decade ago, 4G was the hot new thing, TVs were ugly, and everyone's cell phones slid open. Just imagine what the next ten years will bring. If we really live up to our innovational potential, it'll be a slew of technologies that'll successfully yank our planet away from the precarious edge it is teetering upon. You know, the one where we're about to plunge into irreversible climate disaster. A dark reality! Let's reign in the doom and gloom for a second though and focus on the now.
At the beginning of January, a huge consumer electronics trade show called CES is held in Las Vegas, where companies big and small reveal all the cool new stuff that they've been working on. Much of this stuff is nowhere near being ready to actually sell to actual consumers, because it's too outlandish or futuristic or high-concept or all of the above. Still, it's fun to look at. Whereas much of the ready-for-market stuff comes across almost as boring in comparison, but in fact will make our lives more efficient in some neat way or another when it releases. These gadgets below, the 10 most-notable of CES 2020 (according to us), veer into both territories—wacky and useful. Here's a taste of what this year and years after will have to offer.
And if you're looking for the cool kind of tech that you can buy right now, head this way for our favorites gadgets—from earbuds to high-tech jean jackets—of the past year.
Txgardenbug: Just another tough luck story brought to us by the liberal media. Once the kids get over the flu, absolutely ship them back. It's called wait in line & do it the legal way. I love how they come to the border broke but they can get a lawsuit filed. Lawyers should be disbarred by the state of Texas.