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Kokoon Nightbuds now use AI to help manage your sound sleep better

Kokoon Nightbuds now use AI to help manage your sound sleep better

There is a huge market for tech dedicated to helping you sleep better. There is no dearth of products like smart beds (like Sleep Number) or smart mattresses (like the 3D Matrix from Ghost SmartBed), but audio is undoubtedly one of the hottest areas for products to help you sleep better. While many major audio brands including Bose offer devices that aid to better sleep, certain others are wholeheartedly dedicating themselves to ensuring good nights.

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Samsung Odyssey Ark curved monitor aims to expand your gaming horizons

Samsung Odyssey Ark curved monitor aims to expand your gaming horizons

Samsung may not instantly make the cut as a gaming brand but its Odyssey lineup has some of the best monitors for gamers. Its 49-inch Odyssey Neo G9 justifies a $2499 price tag with a breathtakingly wide view and an immersive curvature. But the company isn't stopping just there and has now showcased a bigger and curvier gaming monitor called Odyssey Ark at CES 2022. This is (get ready to stretch your neck and let your jaw drop!) a 55-inch monitor with a curved 4K panel. But despite its size, the most impressive aspect is that it can be used in both horizontal and vertical orientations.

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Masonite M-Pwr all-in-one smart door has video doorbell, smart lock, and battery

Masonite M-Pwr all-in-one smart door has video doorbell, smart lock, and battery

CES is the largest variety show for a series of smart — and often unexpected — tech products. While it is not unusual to witness smart locks being showcased at the tech gala, Masonite is showcasing an entire smart door at CES 2022. The Masonite M-Pwr smart door comes with an integrated smart doorbell with a camera, inbuilt lights, and emergency power backup.

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Alienware’s Concept Nyx aims to heal cloud gaming’s pain points

Alienware’s Concept Nyx aims to heal cloud gaming’s pain points

Over the last few years, game streaming services have been catching up steam for their ability to allow users to play demanding PC games from anywhere depending on their comfort. However, because of being cloud-based, game streaming has its own bottleneck issues which become even more nagging due to limited bandwidth and crowded servers. Dell's gaming brand Alienware aims to relieve this pressure with Concept Nyx, a local server that allows multiple gamers under a rooftop to stream games off it with minimal lag. The concept is being showcased at CES 2022.

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What Was the First Car to Use Seat Belts?

What Was the First Car to Use Seat Belts?

Seat belts have proven to be an irreplaceable safety feature in vehicles. As per data from 2017 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 47 percent of the lives lost in motor vehicle accidents could have been saved if the driver and/or the passengers were wearing seat belts. There is no dismissing the life-saving ability of seat belts, but just in case you're wondering how this simple yet ingenious invention came to exist and what was the first car to use seat belts, we have the answers for you.

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The 1998 iPhone You Probably Didn’t Realize Existed

The 1998 iPhone You Probably Didn’t Realize Existed

Back in 2007, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs sparked a revolution in the industry of mobile computers when he announced a single device that would combine an iPod with touch controls, a mobile phone, and internet communications. However, nearly a decade before Jobs took the world by storm with his persuasive "three things" speech, a company named InfoGear gave birth to the radical idea of a phone — also called the iPhone — that could help users browse email and connect to the primitive version of the internet.

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This is the best way to destroy an old hard drive

This is the best way to destroy an old hard drive

Memories have been a staple of our psyche throughout human history and have even served an evolutionary purpose by helping us learn from and avoid bad experiences. They also help us digest information for future recall and indulge our nostalgia. Fortunately, with advanced technology at our disposal, we have many advanced options to store memories without stressing our brains. The advent of the digital age has made storing memories much easier, thanks to digital data storage solutions like CDs, floppy discs, and hard drives.

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Sony announces the world’s first dual-light-sensitive ‘stacked CMOS’ sensor

Sony announces the world’s first dual-light-sensitive ‘stacked CMOS’ sensor

A pioneer in digital imaging, Sony announced its first stacked CMOS sensors for full-frame cameras back in April 2017 on the flagship Sony A9 camera. A stacked CMOS sensor captures significantly more exposure, offers faster frame rates, and better image processing. Now, Sony's Semiconductor unit has announced the world's first stacked CMOS sensor with dual transistor layers that doubles the amount of light captured in comparison to a conventional stacked sensor.

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What Was the First Car to Implement ABS?

What Was the First Car to Implement ABS?

ABS, short for Anti-Lock Braking System, is such as standard safety feature on almost all cars (and bigger vehicles) these days that it's easy to take it for granted. The feature was first launched nearly 45 years ago, drawing inspiration from the anti-slipping systems used in fighter and passenger airplanes and rail locomotives. Wondering about the first car to implement ABS? We've got you covered.

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