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Increasing Technology May Impact Consumer Privacy

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Meet The Consumer Technology 30 Under 30 Class Of 2017

Meet The Consumer Technology 30 Under 30 Class Of 2017

– Aiding Startups To Solve Global IssuesHardware, as the saying goes, is hard.Just ask Noah Kraft.As the 29-year-old CEO of San Francisco-based Doppler Labs and a member of the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 Consumer Technology list, Kraft is attempting to forge his way through the unforgiving world of consumer hardware by developing new forms of audio wearables.

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Increasing Technology May Impact Consumer Privacy

Increasing Technology May Impact Consumer Privacy

– Please enable Javascript to watch this videoDigital assistants are becoming more popular, and Amazon reported selling a record number of Alexa-enabled devices this holiday season.NBC News’ Brian Mooar explains how this technology is expanding–into devices for almost every room of the house–and what that means for privacy.”Basically they’re helpers that live in your devices that you can call on to ask for simple information, simple commands,” says Roger Cheng of CNET.

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Highlights of 2017 Consumer Electronics Show — Technology — The Guardian Nigeria

Highlights of 2017 Consumer Electronics Show — Technology — The Guardian Nigeria

– Here are some key highlights of the 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show, which concluded Sunday:– Alexa everywhere –Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa was the surprise star of the show, with dozens of new products and services integrating the voice-accessed machine smarts into appliances, TVs, speakers, lamps, cars and more.Analysts said the gains for Alexa could help unify a fragmented market for connected devices, and bring artificial intelligence to more people, from young to old.– Robots with character –Robots showed off new skills and “personality.” Hanson Robotics unveiled its life-like “Professor Einstein,” which has realistic facial expressions and can engage in informative conversations such as lessons in math and science.

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