There was a lot of news this week coming from the Consumer Electronic Show (CES). And bad news with all the processors flawed with Spectre Meltdown. Check out the latest headlines below and click to read the full stories.
- A laptop with three days of battery life: It’s coming
- Microsoft Phone: Bend, Fold, and Wear
- Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro is coming to the US unlocked next month
- Samsung Galaxy S9 will launch next month at Mobile World Congress
- Ever think about where your Spanish rice comes from? A good bet it’s from Jersey.
- Spectre and Meltdown: Details you need on those big chip flaws
- Microsoft says older Windows versions will face greatest performance hits after Meltdown, Spectre patches
- Powermat gives in to Qi, moves wireless charging closer to uniformity
- Do Sugar Comas Exist?
- FCC Commissioner Clyburn’s extended dissent guts anti-net neutrality order
- Alexa is coming to wearable devices, including headphones, smartwatches and fitness trackers
- How emoji are born: Questions of characters
- Meltdown and Spectre: Here’s what Intel, Apple, Microsoft, others are doing about it
- First Amazon Alexa-Enabled Digital Glasses to Debut at CES
- Germany has regained its crown as the world’s most powerful passport
- TV rate hikes: Why cable bills are rising again and what can you do
- What’s behind the Intel design flaw forcing numerous patches?
- Kaby Lake-G unveiled: Intel CPU, AMD GPU, Nvidia-beating performance
- Samsung’s The Wall TV is a modular 146-inch monster that uses MicroLED
- Why Do Toll-Free Numbers Start With 800?
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