Computational creativity and the future of AI

Chris Wood

Cree's new LED bulb can be switched on and off using your smartphone, and includes the com...

Back in October, Cree released an improved version of its LED bulb, revamping its cooling system while hitting an affordable price point. The company’s latest effort continues the trend, adding in smart home functionality while keeping the price down and the energy efficiency high.  Read More

A long-exposure night time view of the NGTS telescopes during testing – the ESO's VISTA is...

The Next-Generation Transit Survey (NGTS) array, built by a UK, German and Swiss consortium, has achieved first light at the Paranal Observatory in Chile. The installation is designed to search for exoplanets between two and eight times the size of Earth, studying them as they pass in front of their parent star.  Read More

ZTE's new device on display at CES (Photo: Eric Mack/Gizmag) The Spyro 2 is versatile, compact multi-function smart projector from ZTE. Running on Google’s Android OS, it offers both mobile hotspot and portable projector functionality in a compact, aesthetically-pleasing package.  Read More

The headset offers local audio playback and fitness tracking for just $16

Eamey’s Primo 3 is a headset that combines activity tracking and audio playback, while doing away with wires. The low-cost accessory offers local audio storage alongside a built-in FM radio, and is currently the subject of a crowdfunding campaign.  Read More

Toshiba's Encore 2 Write tablets offer digitizer stylus input and Windows 8.1 (Photo: Eric...

Toshiba’s new Encore 2 Write tablets are designed to provide high-precision, digitizer pen input without breaking the bank. There are two sizes of the Windows-based device available, which offer mid to low-range specs across the board.  Read More

Askey's QBee Connected Home solution – seen here at CES 2015 – consists of three versatile...

QBee, from Taiwan-based company Askey, is an all-inclusive connected home package that offers both a central, connected media hub alongside a sensor-packed camera and numerous smart switches. It’s capable of everything from remotely switching on an appliance to monitoring the temperature and light levels in your living room.  Read More

The XBR X900C is just 4.9 mm (0.2 in) thick at its thinnest point

This week, Sony unveiled its new range of UHD TVs for 2015. The company is promising access to lots of 3,840 x 2,160 content on the new TVs, all of which offer new image processing chips and run on Google’s Android TV platform.  Read More

Magellan's new fitness wearable hides some significant functionality in a colorful shell (...

The Echo Fit is one of the more colourful fitness wearables on show at CES this year, but there’s some reasonable functionality hidden away behind that monochrome display. The device is compatible with third-party fitness apps, and boasts the ability to show alerts from a connected smartphone.  Read More

Panasonic's new Blu-Ray player prototype includes High Dynamic Range support (Photo: Eric ... Panasonic has unveiled its next generation Blu-Ray player at CES, capable of full 4K resolution playback at 60 frames per second. It’s designed to support video processing technologies that are expected to be included in the upcoming Ultra HD Blu-Ray standards.  Read More

Dell has updated several systems in its Inspiron line, with improved displays and 3D camer...

In the past, the Inspiron range hasn’t been the most exciting that Dell has to offer, with the more premium XPS products generally being the first to carry the latest specs and features. However, the company’s Inspiron refresh, revealed at CES this week, adds some high-end bells and whistles to the line, including an optional 4K display and Intel RealSense 3D camera tech.  Read More

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