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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite set to launch early 2020: New details revealed

Samsung is reportedly working on Lite models of its 2019 flagship phones Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10. Expected to launch in January 2020 on the sidelines of Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite have leaked several times. Now, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite’s manual has leaked, revealing key features of the new phone.

Tech in the beauty industry: do we actually want it?

Back in 2015, L’Oréal jolted attendees at Dreamforce awake. Delegates at the annual Salesforce conference had endured days of pitches for digitalised sales pipelines and customer retention management systems. They hadn’t banked on someone showing up and talking about tech in the beauty industry. They hadn’t expected a “connected eyeliner”.

Cadillac will unveil a new midsize EV crossover in April, exec says

Cadillac will unveil a midsize electric crossover in April, brand President Steve Carlisle told dealers at the National Auto Dealer Association (NADA) Convention Monday. The new crossover will be Cadillac's first all-electric vehicle. 

Slimming down: Thinner TV models shine at Consumer Electronics Show

Size is one aspect of new technology, but the other is picture quality(Photo by David Becker/Getty Images) (2020 Getty Images)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Thinner is better when it comes to the future of TVs, and the competition to bring the newest technology to market is growing.

6 Better Ways to Watch Your Favorites on TV (PHOTOS)

Vizio; Philips; LG Vizio 1. Vizio P-Series Quantum X Bezel-less (meaning its frame is super thin) and beautifully compact, P-series Quantum X televisions dazzle with enhanced color and contrast. The IQ processor inside upscales HD and Full HD content into 4K Ultra HD. Translation: Picture quality will be amazing. Available in 65-inch ($1,500) and 75-inch versions ($2,200). LG 2. LG 4K OLED TVs OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology is an important, if pricey, upgrade to 4K screens that enriches the view. In layman's terms, OLED creates a blacker black and purer white onscreen, leading to greater contrast and brightness. This tech will be available in a more affordable 48-inch version to go with current models ranging from 55 ($1,400) to 77 inches ($10,000). Philips 3. Philips 4-Device Universal Companion Remote with Flip & Slide Cradle Changing channels is easy — decluttering your coffee table isn't. This remote changes that with a patent-pending design combining TV, cable, DVD, Amazon Fire TV Stick and Roku controls ($19.99). Viewsonic Corp. 4. ViewSonic X1000-4K LED Home Theater Projector Small size equals big stature in this ultrasleek projector that produces a high-def picture of astounding quality. Depending on how far you place it from a display surface, it can project images up to 120 inches (measured diagonally, like a TV screen), all in glorious 4K. A smart TV interface and Harman Kardon sound bar are included. ($2,799) LG 5. LG Sound Bar SN9YG This CES Innovation Awards honoree has Google Assistant voice control built in, so just say the word and it'll change the mix. (It also connects to other LG smart devices.) Plus, the sound bar can sense the acoustics of the room and adjust for superior playback. The immersive 3-D audio provides a real cinematic experience. Sound good? You bet! (Price to be announced)

Each January, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas lets TV fans dream big (77-inch screen size, anyone?) about the coolest new tech toys destined to change the way they experience television.

Amazon Echo and Alexa devices - get more from your devices

It’s only been a few short years since Amazon’s Alexa came into our lives, and we’ve got to say a lot has changed. Not only are we interacting with our tech in brand new ways, but Alexa also triggered a boom in smart home products and accessories.

Leaked TCL is an alternative to foldable phones, but still has a tablet-like screen

TCL had a lot to show off at CES 2020 with the likes of 5G and foldable phones under $500, but the company has another design that it was waiting to show off until MWC 2020, and it has a slide-out display, according to sources for CNET.

1st Tunnel Excavated For People-Mover Under L.V.C.C.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Workers have completed the first of two underground tunnels for a system to whisk passengers between exhibit halls at an expanded Las Vegas Convention Center, tourism and project officials said Friday.

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CES 2020 Interview: Nolo VR’s 6DoF, 5G Vision

It’s almost the end of VRFocus’ selection of CES 2020 interviews which have been running for the past few weeks. The massive tech event which starts early every January in Las Vegas had quite the selection of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) products available. From new hardware like the Pimax 8K headsets to software solutions such as Spatial’s collaborative tool, there were lots going on. Chinese manufacturer Nolo VR was on hand to showcase its latest products, with Senior Sales Director Xi Chen available to explain more about them.

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