Save for a few compromises, the Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 have most of the features you’d expect from a higher end phone: sleek exterior, USB-C, great camera and Super AMOLED display.
These adorable mini PCs run Endless OS, a Linux-based system that’s been designed to make it easy for anyone to use a computer with an app=like interface.
The Ellipse smart lock aims to make your bike easier to secure.
The Lumee Duo has LED lights on the front and back, ensuring all of your photos, selfies or not, are well lit.
Logitech’s $100 Pop Home Switch Starter Pack works with a variety of smart home gadgets, now including the August Smart Lock.
Korean automaker Hyundai is demonstrating a prototype autonomous version of its Ioniq hatchback at CES. The car could make self-driving affordable enough for us all.
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06:40 – Asphalt Xtreme
07:25 – Project Cars 768p
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