Mad Catz announced today ahead of CES 2016 that it’s the first company to join the Designed for Samsung (DFS) program, with plans to create game controllers and related accessories for gaming on Samsung devices.
CES 2016 is less than a week away and Netflix may have big plans to start off the 2016 year.
Amazon has rolled out an update for their Amazon Echo appliance, and the related Alexa app, that includes some new commands to help users stick to their goals and plans for 2016. The commands will help users get in the groove with getting healthier or improving their financial position. Read more
Earlier this year Qualcomm announced they were planning to get into the development of drone technology, including drone-specific processors, in order to gain a solid foothold in the market and to move it ahead. That seems like a smart move given the growth the market for drones is experiencing. The company plans to show off their new Snapdragon Flight reference design at CES 2016 and has released a teaser video for some of the technologies they are working on. Read more
A group of Silicon Valley engineers, designers and builders formed a company called i-BLADES and is now seeking funding for what they’re calling “the world’s first and most intelligent smartcase.”
LG announced that they will be showing their newest device in their SmartThinQ line of Internet of Things ecosystem at CES 2016. The new LG SmartThinQ Hub will serve as a “gateway to smart sensors and connected appliances in the home” with some extras thrown in to help entice consumers to invest in LG’s vision of the connected home. Read more
Samsung is set to showcase a host of experimental gadgets at this year’s CES, including the WELT, a healthcare belt that measures the daily habits of users.
Samsung has announced the industry’s first Smart Bio-Processor, which will be used within wearable gadgets to track the health of users.
Pictures of a new, folding Google Glass have surfaced online, revealing a fresh design that makes this edition of the wearable more portable than ever before.
Gaming on mobile devices has grown exponentially in recent years. Many people forgo large, expensive gaming consoles from Sony and Microsoft in favor of a little game on their phone or tablet. While they might be missing out on a world-class title or two ever year, mobile gaming does offer unmatched portability and ever-improving quality. The accessories for phones and tablets make the overall experience even better. Take a look at the GamePad 2. This Bluetooth controller from Phonejoy can either hold your phone between its controls or connect to your tablet without any wires.
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