116: CES 2019 Special

Another CES has come and gone and yes, 2019 has officially begun. We cover everything from exoskeleton bionic suits, AR glasses that actually look decent on your head, toilets for dogs and a home brew machine that can make beer with a touch of a button. We also catch up with our favourite sentient robot, Sophia and this year, she may have given birth to a baby Sophia. As always, we cover all angles using clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on The Lazy Couch podcast. Episode 116. Recorded Sunday 13 January 2019. 


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00:00 – Intro & Kelvin’s dreams

02:12 – What is CES and themes in 2019

09:49 – Health and well-being

17:57 – Wearables, AR & VR

29:47 – Future of Food & Beverages

38:37 – Robots & other weird stuff

51:52 – Even more random

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The Lazy Couch is a geek culture podcast hosted by Kelvin Lee and Geoff Kim, based out of Sydney Australia. Topics range from the latest trends in technology to comic book movies and all things geeky. If you enjoyed listening to us, you can help the show by leaving us a review on iTunes or get in touch with us on @thelazycouch.
The outro music is ‘Sorry’ by Comfort Fit

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