When last we checked on Focals by North, the promising-looking smart glasses entered the market and then left. North promised to come back sometime in 2020 with a better second-generation product. Now Google says it is buying the company, which puts an end to Focals 2.0.
If you always find yourself thinking, “if only my TV had a portrait mode,” Samsung has the product for you—the $1,999 Sero TV. It can mirror your phone and, in some cases, automatically rotate into a portrait position. The company announced the TV back in January, and you can buy it starting today.
January is an exciting month for tech, largely due to the annual Consumer Electronics Show that’s held in the dangerous desert of Las Vegas. While this is a good time to get a glimpse into the upcoming year (and beyond!), it’s rare that a manufacturer announces and releases a product during the CES timeframe. If you hate the waiting game, here’s a look at some of the coolest products we saw at CES that are already available.
Intel’s tiny NUC (Next Unit of Computing) designs have been novelties for years, catching the attention small form factor enthusiasts but rarely making headlines for all-out performance. The company’s next-gen computers take a new, more modular approach, allowing users to pair a powerful laptop-grade CPU, upgradeable RAM and storage, and a full-sized desktop GPU.