Amazon’s Echo Spot is coming to the UK later this month

The Echo Spot is an Alexa-powered alarm clock.

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Google’s parent company invests in flu vaccine firm

Alphabet is one of several new investors in Oxford-based Vaccitech.

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8K TVs could soon be coming our way but are we ready for them?

Big TV manufacturers have been showing off a range of televisions with super-sharp screens at the CES.

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Facebook news feed changes ‘deeply significant’ for publishing industry

The changes follow declining traffic from the social network to publisher websites throughout 2017.

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Short Edition’s story dispenser proves the best tech isn’t always the flashiest

Away from the driverless cars and robots, some heartwarming devices line the aisles of CES.

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Robotic strippers and intelligent toilets: CES day three round-up

Bizarre gadgets take over.

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This Bitcoin conference won’t let you buy a ticket using Bitcoin

Does anyone really understand the cryptocurrency?

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Intel’s Shooting Star drones touted as an alternative to fireworks

A swarm of light-carrying drones performed for crowds on the Las Vegas Strip.

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CES day two highlights that weren’t the dramatic power outage

Convention centre issues aside, the eye-catching gadgets keep on coming.

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YouTube puts Logan Paul projects on hold after vlogger’s dead body post

He published the video to his 15 million subscribers on December 31.

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LG’s rollable TV is the pick of the futuristic displays at CES

The 65-inch screen folds out of sight in seconds.

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Major power outage brings world’s largest tech show to a standstill

CES in Las Vegas was shut down on Wednesday morning.

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Volocopter wants to be the world’s flying taxi service

The company says it wants to make “Jetsons fiction” a reality.

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Bosch is the surprise mastermind behind some of the coolest car tech at CES

The firm’s concept car cockpit is being tried out this year in existing road cars.

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Heavy rain puts dampener on Google’s first ever CES booth in Las Vegas

Water resistance remains a big deal in the tech industry.

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CES 2018 Day One: Crazy robots prove they’re not just a passing tech fad

But efforts in innovation need to be increased.

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Byton is the new car firm looking to upset the apple cart at CES this year

The Chinese-based start-up is grabbing plenty of attention.

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This robotic duck is designed to help comfort children with cancer

It can help young patients manage stress and change the way they deal with their health.

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New device could help parents monitor babies’ heart and breathing on their phones

Parents concerned about the risk of cot death could keep track of their babies’ heart and breathing rates with updates to their phones thanks to a scientific ...

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Intel boss discusses chip flaw as CES prepares to open its doors

Fixes for Meltdown and Spectre are coming, Brian Krzanich said as he opened CES.

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Sony’s robotic dog Aibo might have already won CES

The canine was one of several new robots seen at the tech show.

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HTC unveils Vive Pro, its second generation virtual reality headset

HTC also announced a wireless adaptor for existing Vive headsets.

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Samsung joins the race to make all your appliances smart

The tech giant focused on TVs and the smart home ahead of CES.

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LG wants to automate your home and fill your life with service robots

The tech giant is betting big on AI and robotics.

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The US military wants to create laser-powered bat drones that can make their own decisions in war

The Pentagon is giving out funding for animal-like drones that can be charged up by lasers.

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How a crowdsourcing safety app is helping to keep a Las Vegas technology show safe

It’s no surprise that this new tech is being embraced at CES.

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Robots steal the show at CES Unveiled

Companions bots and an autonomous suitcase were among the highlights.

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CES 2018: Experts predict a festival of artificial intelligence and smart home products

The first major tech event of the year begins on Tuesday.

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