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136: CES 2020 – TVs, Foldables, Future of Transport

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.

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96: CES 2018 part 1 – Intel, Byton

It’s our third year covering CES from afar and there is so much content, we decided to break it up into 2 episodes! Part 1 covers some of the underlying tech driving the current wave of innovation in autonomous vehicles, immersive media and IoT hardware. We start with an in depth look at Intel’s 2 hour keynote covering everything from plug ‘n play AI, volumetric video and quantum computing. Byton is the latest Chinese competitor to Tesla and they showed off some impressive tech – but haven’t we heard this all before?

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84: CES 2017 Special

Episode 84: “CES 2017”

You know you’ve arrived in 2017 when you hear things like.. “LeEco are launching an Android-based bicycle”. This week on your favourite geek culture podcast, we break down all the big and not so big announcements coming out of CES in Las Vegas. The main themes we picked up on were Amazon’s Alexa being built into all of the smart home devices, major carmakers showing off their electic car concepts, and the next generation of accessories for all your VR needs. Listen in and find out more on episode 84 of The Lazy Couch podcast.

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54: Do Androids Dream of Pizza?

Apple had a boring event this week but was it still an important one? Twitter turns 10 – will they last for another decade? Is Domino’s the most innovative company in Australia with its bold plan to roll out their autonomous delivery robot DRU? Should your next smartphone be a Xiaomi?

Kelvin and Geoff will tackle some of these questions and so much more on episode 54 of The Lazy Couch.

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45: CES 2016

 

It’s the first episode for the year, and it’s all about CES 2016 (formerly known as the Consumer Electronic Show), that was held over 4 days in Las Vegas during the week. We take a close look at some of the more interesting and innovative products that were showcased and also some that were just downright ridiculous.

There’s everything from a rollable OLED display, to a giant person-sized quadcopter, to a hoverboard/standable that doubles up as your personal robot butler! In other news, we coin the term ‘standables’! Tune in now to hear what our favourite products were at CES 2016.

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31: Force Touch Friday

This week, we break down Apple’s September event where they announced new iPhones, a bigger iPad, a new Apple TV, as well as some updates to the Apple Watch. We’re also joined by our newest TLC member, BB-8, who brought us some Star Wars news and the tale of how Geoff took on Force Friday and lost. There is also IFA news from Berlin and much more on episode 31 of The Lazy Couch.

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12: Dic Pic Program

Plenty of Apple news this week as we ‘gear’ up for the Apple Watch launch, but Google is not to be outdone with its Chromebit announcement amongst other things. We break down John Oliver’s interview with Edward Snowden and celebrate the incredible opening weekend for Fast and Furious 7. This and so much more on Episode 12 of The Lazy Couch.

 

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