The original HAL 9000‘s problems from 2001: Space Odyssey were definitely bugs, not features. Thankfully, the guys at Why Remote reinvented our favorite sentient AI psychopath, HAL, to control your television with hand gestures and voice commands, encouraging you to shun your remote. Apart from letting you change channels and adjust volumes with Jedi-style hand waves,
Category: CES 2014
LG’s new G Flex is one of the first smartphones to rock a curved screen, beating the ever-so-eager Samsung to the punch. It should be interesting to compare it with Samsung’s Galaxy Round, which will also have a curved screen, but with horizontal curvature (rather than vertical on the G Flex). This could be the
Refusing to let Santa’s polar farts get between me and CES, I took a brutally early flight to Vegas this morning. But oh is it worth it. First of all, McCarran Airport is actually a casino with an airport attached. There were slot machines in my face as soon as I got off the plane.
US media call Winter Storm Ion an “arctic blast,” the BBC went with the scientific “polar vortex.” I call it a bitch. Today, polar vortex Ion (sounds cooler) forced airlines to ground thousands of flights across the country, including my Vegas flight for CES 2014. I thought I’d dramatically take off in the nick of