Saturday, January 09, 2016

New TV's, Weird Home Gadgets - Samsung CES

Once connected, the status of the various appliances appear on the LG SMART TV's display, acting as an interface between users and devices. Now that's something once thought unthinkable in the electric vehicle space, but Faraday hopes to deliver on that in about two years when it releases the production version of the FFZero1.

"If you're a streaming media box (maker), you've got much more ability to push new features out into the market at an affordable price", says Barbara Kraus, Parks Associates' director of research. IoT is going to be even bigger this year and I think it's going to become more of a daily reality.

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