The “nerd nirvana” that is CES is on again from Las Vegas and this is the first of a 2-part episode series to cover all the news and announcements from the world’s biggest tech expo. We will go through the latest in 8K TVs, new form factors of a range of digital products that bend and scroll and is basically all screen with no bezels. While chip-makers Intel and AMD continue to battle it out for world domination to support the manufacturers.
In the show’s biggest surprise, Sony showed off their electric concept car, and what did James Cameron have to say at CES anyway?
As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.
Episode 136. Recorded Monday 13 January 2020.
- LG unveils 8 ‘Real 8K’ OLED and LCD TVs | The Verge
- Samsung just debuted a bezel-less 8K TV that is 99% picture | cnet
- Samsung will sell its rotating Sero TV outside of Korea | Engadget
- Latest innovations from CES | @ACurrentAffair9
- Best part of OnePlus Concept One isn’t the disappearing camera | The Verge
- The TCL foldable phone may be the most important smartphone at CES 2020 | TechRadar
- Dell’s new foldable PCs – Ori and Duet | The Verge youtube
- Hands on: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold review | TechRadar
- Intel’s Horseshoe Bend is an even bigger foldable tablet | PC Mag
- Sony showed off the Vision-S, an electric car to highlight its automotive tech | Engadget
- Audi’s empathetic AI:ME is about relaxing while commuting | Engadget
- Mercedes-Benz unveils scale-covered concept car inspired by James Cameron’s Avatar dubbed Vision AVTR | dezeen
- Hyundai and Uber Elevate show off their flying taxi concept to launch in 2023 | Engadget
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