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At the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show, we expect to see a fleet of these devices that aim to help the hard of hearing in ways that were simply unimaginable a decade ago and make the world a better place, a concept we call Tech for Change. Crucial to that are the enormous advances made in recent years in artificial intelligence. Take Oticon for example, a company that’s unveiling what it says is the first new hearing aid to have a deep neural network embedded within the hearing aid chip itself. … [Read more...] about Tech for Change: Can new gadgets at CES 2021 solve hearing loss?
The popularity of games like Among Us, Fortnite, and Minecraft before that, have shown the appetite for simple, straight-forward games that don’t need high-performance machines to run. Why does “simple” seem to be winning right now? “I think it says gameplay is such a huge thing for people. For a long time, we went through this ‘gaming arms race’ of who can the higher-fidelity graphics, the crazy [light] ray treatments — that whole thing existed because of the arms race of gaming. I think we’ve gotten to a point now where people say, ‘Ok, yeah. It’s super pretty, but…’” But when you look at something like Among Us, with its simple design, it’s 100% about the interaction between people.” And during a global pandemic, the importance of those relationships and interactions can’t be overstated. … [Read more...] about DrLupo shares how gamers worked together to raise over $2M for St. Jude
The ZenWatch, Asus’s first foray into the world of smartwatches, was a bit of a letdown. The Android Wear-powered wearable made a few hardware fumbles, chief among them a failure-prone heart rate sensor and uncomfortable wrist strap. It also shipped with redundant, bothersome software and carried a $200 dollar price tag that limited its appeal in comparison with more capable and unique smartwatches like Samsung’s Gear Live and Motorola’s Moto 360. That’s not to say the ZenWatch didn’t have good ideas — its handsome design and interchangeable 22mm strap were rarities among smartwatches — but it never felt like more than the sum of its parts. … [Read more...] about Asus ZenWatch 2 review