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What the Tech? Why Augmented Reality Might Be the Next Big Tech Trend

Forget virtual reality, augmented or mixed reality is what people are now interested in seeing. In the past year, Google stopped selling its virtual reality headset while Apple is going all-in on AR or augmented reality. What’s the difference and how are police departments and government agencies using it for training? RealMax and other companies are counting on augmented or…

What the Tech? U.S. Government Issues PC Security Warning

For the second time in the past week a government agency is warning people to update their computer or some software. The National Security Agency (NSA) is warning Windows 10 users of a vulnerability in the software that would allow a hacker or other bad actor to infiltrate their network and access someone’s PC. According to the NSA, the critical…

What the Tech? Sarcos Looks Like a Transformer

Robots coming for our job has been a story worth covering the past few years. The New York Times even wrote that robots are eventually coming for your job in a 2018 piece. But there is some good news, for some careers robots and humans will work hand-in-hand. Literally. Sarcos, a robotics company showed off its robotic exo-skeleton called Sarcos…

What the Tech? Inventors Showcased at Consumer Electronics Show

Eureka Park is always the most crowded space at CES. It is where you’ll find inventors that have come up with new innovations that will blow your mind. Startups from around the world set up their booths and meet with attendees and company officials who may be interested in purchasing their technology. DeepNen creates deep fakes for Hollywood. “We can…

What the Tech? Home Gadgets at the Consumer Electronics Show

A few years ago at CES the buzzword was “connected” or IoT, the internet of things. That meant new devices being released such as doorbells and security cameras were being connected to the internet and smartphones. At CES 2020 the buzzword seems to be “intelligence”. The Internet of Things has been replaced by the Intelligence of Things. Those same doorbells…