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    Top Tech For Kids At CES

    If this year’s CES Kids and Technology Marketplace is the pulse of where we are today, it’s clear that developers, investors and brands need to pay closer attention to kids as a valuable vertical. The market – and the trade floors – are filled with clunky watches that are both an eye sore and cumbersome for a little wrist and pointless screen-based toys. However… Read More

  • C-Way Is An Apple Watch For Kids

    While wandering the Eureka Park floor at CES, we ran into C-Way, a cool French startup that is making GPS-enabled smart watches for kids. So what exactly does a smart watch for kids do? Well first off, it helps parents keep track of their kid’s location. By embedding a GPS sensor in the device, parents can open C-Way’s app and see where your child is at all times, thanks to a… Read More

  • Bonaverde Plans To Reinvent The Way You Drink Coffee

    Bonaverde co-founder Hans Stier took the stage this week at CES to give us an update on his company. As a reminder, Bonaverde raised nearly $700,000 on Kickstarter a few years ago for a coffee machine that roasts, grinds and brews coffee in fifteen minutes. Read More

  • Google And Amazon Talk About Managing Drone Traffic At CES

    Google And Amazon Talk About Managing Drone Traffic At CES

    Figuring out how to manage drone traffic over the United States to allow for drone delivery services and other drone-based service is going to be critical if Amazon and Google ever want to deliver packages to the backyards of their customers. Earlier this week, Amazon’s VP of Global Public Policy Paul Misener and Dave Vos, Google’s lead of Project Wing, as well as… Read More

  • The Endless Mini Is A $79 Desktop CPU

    Endless Has Built A $79 PC For The Offline World

    There are affordable computers, there are cheap computers and then there’s the Endless Mini, which is available for as little as $79. “Everybody in the world deserves the option to have a computer,” said Endless CEO and Chief of Product Matt Dalio. In other words, Endless is building Linux-based computers for people who have never owned a computer, particularly those in… Read More

  • Faraday Future’s Chief Engineer Is Short On Answers, Full Of Buzzwords

    Faraday Future’s Chief Engineer Is Short On Answers, Full Of Buzzwords

    Faraday Future’s Nick Sampson joined me on the TechCrunch CES 2016 for what turned out to be a lively interview. Sampson is Faraday’s Senior Vice President of R&D and engineering and, I guess, moonlights as the company’s spokesperson. But he’s no Elon Musk. So far even after the company’s public reveal, very little is known about Faraday Future. Sampson… Read More

  • Parrot’s Henri Seydoux Shares His Vision Of The Future Of Drones

    Parrot’s Henri Seydoux Shares His Vision Of The Future Of Drones

    Parrot has had an interesting week. Many were expecting a new drone from the famous drone maker (among other things). But when you think about drones, chances are you are picturing a quadcopter in your mind. Instead, the company unveiled and airplane-like drone with two wings. Read More

  • I Am Cardboard Showing Newly Funded DSCVR Headset AT CES

    I Am Cardboard Showing Newly Funded DSCVR Headset AT CES

    I Am Cardboard, makers of a variety of Google Cardboard viewers, recently delivered their new DSCVR Headset (pronounced “Discover”) after a recent, successful Kickstarter campaign. They are showing this new headset from the floor of the South Hall at CES 2016. Read More

  • And The Winner Of Hardware Battlefield 2016 Is… Nima By 6SensorLabs

    And The Winner Of Hardware Battlefield 2016 Is… Nima By 6SensorLabs

    The competition was very fierce for the third edition of our Hardware Battlefield. 14 shockingly good hardware startups competed to win the coveted Metal Man trophy. These companies had a very special CES experience as they all pitched in front of multiple groups of judges on stage at the Sands Expo. The startups were competing for $50,000 and being named the winner of the Hardware Battlefield. Read More

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