Rabbit, Ballie, and the other gadgets of CES 2024
The Verge's Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Alex Cranz follow up on all the rest of the gadgets and tech seen at CES 2024.
CES 2024: all the TVs, laptops, smart home gear, and more from the show floor
The Rabbit R1 is an AI-powered gadget that can use your apps for you
Rabbit sells out 10,000 units of its R1 pocket AI companion in one day
Samsung’s Ballie robot is now a projector that follows you around
Wi-Fi 7 quietly took off while everyone was looking at AI
Wi-Fi 7 certification is now underway for new routers and devices
Belkin made an iPhone dock that can track you around the room
Satechi’s new Qi2 charging stands are stylish and storable
Have yourself some more Thunderbolt 5.
Behold: the first Thunderbolt 5 port we’ve seen on an actual PC.
I just watched the first interactive broadcast TV channel in the US
Thread Group is finally fixing Thread border routers
The Aqara Hub M3 launches at CES 2024
Google and Samsung team up to simplify Android sharing
Intel: ‘We are bringing the AI PC to the car’
Hyundai says hydrogen will play a ‘prominent role’ in going carbon neutral
BMW turns inward for CES, announcing new gaming, streaming, AR, and AI features
VW’s software division and Bosch are testing robot parking and EV charging
Volkswagen says it’s putting ChatGPT in its cars for ‘enriching conversations’
Kia’s ‘Platform Beyond Vehicles’ is a family of modular electric minivans for businesses
Mercedes-Benz taps Will.i.am to create an ‘interactive musical experience’ for its cars
Mercedes-Benz’s best-in-class voice assistant is getting an AI boost
Honda debuts new global EV series, Honda Zero, coming in 2026
Google Chrome is coming to your car
Sony’s Afeela needs to be more than a feeling
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