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Sharp has unveiled what it says is the largest largest 4K commercial display in the world

Sharp has announced a number of new displays that it says "simply cannot be duplicated by other companies." The firm showcased an 85-in 8K LCD screen, a 120-in 4K commercial LCD display and a 60-in wraparound pillar display at CES in Las Vegas.  Read More

The Intel Compute Stick offers Windows 8.1 or Ubuntu on a small dongle

There have been a number of PC-on-a-stick devices released in recent years, but most are powered by ARM processors and manufactured by companies you've never heard of. Not so the Intel Compute Stick, which is different in the sense that it's made by Intel and powered by an Atom Bay Trail processor. Both of which are definite positives.  Read More

Primera Trio sells for US$399.95 and is available for pre-order in selected stores worldwi...

Unless you add "3D" to the mix, printers aren't often worth getting very excited about nowadays, but printer manufacturer Primera Technology has revealed what it reckons is the world's smallest and lightest all-in-one printer at this year's CES. The Primera Trio weighs 1.2 kg (2.7 lbs), is compared by the firm to the size of a hardcover book, and can run from an optional battery pack.  Read More

Standzout's Bandstand on display at CES, with a mock-up Apple Watch (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Giz...

The Apple Watch may not be in stores just yet, but that isn't stopping various companies from designing accessories for it. We spotted one such product at CES this week – Standzout's aluminum-bodied Bandstand inductive charging stand.  Read More

WobbleWorks has announced a new version of its 3Doodler 3D-printing pen (Photo: WobbleWork...

When WobbleWorks announced its 3Doodler pen a couple of years ago, it caused quite a stir. The device allows users to sketch in three dimensions, using strands of molten plastic that harden on contact with the air. Now, the company has announced an updated version. The 3Doodler 2.0 is said to be slimmer, lighter, quieter and easier to use.  Read More

A smart window doubling as a transparent battery could replace blinds and curtains and eve...

Scientists at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore have developed a smart window that is able to tint itself blue, partially blocking incoming light, without the need for an external power source. The device also functions as a small transparent battery that recharges on its own simply by interacting with the oxygen in its surroundings.  Read More

The Zettaly Avy adds two 5 W 10-in speakers to an Android tablet

Tablets, smartphones and the like are a boon to people who like their life to have a soundtrack, but for all their advanced computing power, they often lack in the audio department – especially when earphones aren't an option. The result is often an inelegant combination of devices with add-on speakers making up for the mobile devices' lack of audio oomph. The Avy Smart Speaker, which makes its debut at CES 2015, is designed to combine an Android-based tablet with a Hi-Fi system for the audiophile.  Read More

Peri Duo is a speaker and battery case for the iPhone

A new iPhone add-on devised by California-based company Peri aims to give iPhone users a double whammy: more battery power and sound volume, all for less cash. Called Peri Duo, it comes in the form of a case that integrates a speaker system and a 2,500-mAh battery. When detached from the phone, it becomes a speaker whose aural power is strong enough to disturb the neighbors.  Read More

Philips plans to upgrade 225,000 city lights in Madrid

Philips has announced that it plans to upgrade the city lighting of Madrid, Spain, with internet-connected LEDs. A total of 225,000 street lights will be replaced, in what the company says is the largest such project to date. The city will benefit from improved efficiency, costs and light quality.  Read More

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