My favorite tech at CES was a smart fridge — but I'd never buy one

My favorite tech at CES was a smart fridge — but I’d never buy one

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My favorite bit of tech at CES 2016 wasn’t a 98-inch 8K TV or a car from the future, it was a fridge. Samsung’s $5,000 Smart Family Hub Fridge.

I’m not going to lie, I totally lust after this fridge. It has a huge 21.5-inch touchscreen, cameras on the inside to take photos of your food, and Instacart and FreshDirect integration. It’s bananas.

Now, let’s forget that I live in a small two-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn that barely has room for a compact Dishwasher, let alone Samsung’s gorgeous refrigerator of my dreams. (Let’s also forget that I don’t cook and order from Seamless basically every single day.) Read more…

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7 tech trends that will rule CES 2016

7 tech trends that will rule CES 2016

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A New Year means a new start, and that goes double for the tech world, since the first week of January is when International CES takes place. The biggest technology show in the world is set to begin Monday, Jan. 4, turning the Las Vegas Strip into a high-tech carnival for nearly a full week.

Each year, CES provides a snapshot of the current state of consumer tech, and, if you look closely enough, plenty of signposts of where it’s going to go in the coming year. Just look back at the surprise appearance of “hoverboards” at last year’s show, which ended up being one of the hottest new products of the year (literally and figuratively). Read more…

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