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NVIDIA launches CES 2020 driver as Wolfenstein: Youngblood gets ray tracing

NVIDIA launches CES 2020 driver as Wolfenstein: Youngblood gets ray tracing

As it usually does during these big trade shows, NVIDIA has announced the launch of a new Game Ready Driver for its graphics cards. In keeping with tradition, this Game Ready Driver is bringing a bunch of new features along with it, chief among them being an option to set a maximum frame rate in games. For those obsessed with squeezing as high a framerate as they can out of their PC hardware, such a feature might seem a little odd, but NVIDIA offers a few good reasons why someone may want to turn it on.

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LG 2020 OLED TVs go big (and small) at CES

LG 2020 OLED TVs go big (and small) at CES

As it teased last week, LG announced its lineup of OLED TVs for 2020 at CES today. Those TVs are joined by a collection of 8K NanoCell LCD TVs, with the OLED models available in both 4K and 8K. With all of that announced at CES, it seems that LG has big plans for its TV business in 2020.

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Abode Systems Outdoor/Indoor Smart Camera shows off modular chops

Abode Systems Outdoor/Indoor Smart Camera shows off modular chops

Every year we expect to see a large number of smart home devices at CES, and Abode is delivering on that expectation in debuting a new smart home camera. The camera - which is simply called the Abode Outdoor/Indoor Smart Camera - is billed as a modular device. This is also the first time Abode has created a camera that can be used either inside or out.

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Bosch revamps sun visor with the Virtual Visor

Bosch revamps sun visor with the Virtual Visor

For as long as vehicles have been around, they have had the same basic system for helping to keep the sun out of a driver's eyes. The visor, as we know it, is a flip-down solid piece that shades the eyes, sometimes with little effect. The researchers at Bosch say that sun glare causes thousands of automotive accidents yearly, nearly two times as many accidents as any other weather condition.

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Lamborghini embeds Alexa as your Huracán EVO co-pilot

Lamborghini embeds Alexa as your Huracán EVO co-pilot

Lamborghini is adding Alexa as co-pilot on its Huracán EVO sports car, with Amazon's assistant being embedded into the dashboard this year. The infotainment upgrade will allow for voice control not only over the usual Alexa features like general knowledge questions and entertainment, but of the car's own functionality too.

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Galaxy Chromebook poised to be Samsung premium Chrome OS flagship

Galaxy Chromebook poised to be Samsung premium Chrome OS flagship

Chrome OS has had a rather colorful history and that's putting it mildly. It is perhaps a testament to both the platform's promise and Google's clout that Chromebooks continue to get launched year after year from a good number of popular manufacturers. It might easily show but Samsung is actually one of the more prolific Chromebook manufacturers in the market and yet it still lacks what could be considered its top tier device. That could be changing with the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook presuming it has the literal guts to prove it.

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DJI’s Livox says it cracked the LIDAR problem holding back autonomous cars

DJI’s Livox says it cracked the LIDAR problem holding back autonomous cars

DJI may be best known for drones, but one of the fruits of its incubator program may end up bringing LIDAR down to a more affordable price point. Livox broke cover back in 2016, part of DJI's Open Innovation Program, and focused on making laser scanning both cheaper to acquire and more practical and effective than current systems.

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TP-Link Wi-Fi 6 line adds tri-band routers, PCIe adapter, and extender

TP-Link Wi-Fi 6 line adds tri-band routers, PCIe adapter, and extender

5G might be the one making headlines in the mobile industry but when it comes to computing at large, Wi-Fi 6 is the name of the game. Grabbing the chance to make waves in that market, TP-Link is putting out router after router to enable computer users of all kinds to experience blazing-fast Wi-Fi 6 speeds. Presuming, of course, they have devices capable of handling all that bandwidth.

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Netatmo Smart Door Lock and Keys does things very differently

Netatmo Smart Door Lock and Keys does things very differently

Many homeowners are embracing the smart home lifestyle, replacing conventional appliances with connected devices. But even the staunchest smart home believer is sometimes still reluctant to replace door locks with smart ones, especially considering the threat of hacking and invasion of privacy. It is against this backdrop that Netatmo is launching its own smart door lock solution and it might already be catching attention in a good way by doing the exact opposite of what most in this market do.

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Jabra Elite Active 75t, Elite 45h earphones drown out the CES 2020 crowd

Jabra Elite Active 75t, Elite 45h earphones drown out the CES 2020 crowd

There are times when you want or even need to take in all the sights and sounds around you, like the CES 2020 showroom floor in Las Vegas. Other times, you'd want to just listen silently to your music and podcasts no matter where you are. Jabra has got your ears covered, both figuratively and literally, with two new audio accessories that block out the noise when you want to immerse yourself in sound whether you're out for a jog or sitting at your desk.

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Suunto 7 promises a Wear OS sports smartwatch with 12-hour battery life

Suunto 7 promises a Wear OS sports smartwatch with 12-hour battery life

The Apple Watch, thanks to its life-saving AFib detection, has taken the lion's share of attention when it comes to the smartwatch market. That practically leaves other wearable platforms, especially Wear OS by Google, to contend for the leftovers. That doesn't mean there's no room for massive improvement, especially when it comes to battery life. That's where Suunto makes it big boast that its latest sports-centric Suunto 7 can last you at least half a day even if you leave the GPS on.

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Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera ditches the wires for hassle-free installations

Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera ditches the wires for hassle-free installations

Security systems are getting smarter but also more complicated. At least the first generation or so of smart home security and outdoor lighting required a lot of deep thought on how and where to place the cameras in order to have the best wiring arrangement possible. Fortunately, smart home security manufacturers have wised up and taken advantage of the modern wire-free technologies, like Arlo's new Pro 3 Floodlight Camera, billed to be the first wire-free variant of its kind.

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