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Recent articles by Daniel:

Official 'Fortnite' circuits are coming to colleges and high schools

The battle royale game millions of young players spend hours grinding is now going to be available to play with the approval their teachers. PlayVS, a company h... → Read More

The UK will fine technology companies who fail to protect children

Companies will have a year to make sure children are protected online, or face hefty fines. → Read More

HBO’s ‘Avenue 5’ asks what happens if tech bros conquer space

If you thought that HBO was done mocking technology companies now that Silicon Valley is done, think again. Avenue 5 is the channel's new sitcom, and one that a... → Read More

Microsoft's Xbox Console Streaming preview goes global

Microsoft has been experimenting with streaming Xbox games to Android phones and tablets for a while as it looks for an answer to the PS4's Remote Play. Now, af... → Read More

'Doctor Who' tried to tackle Big Tech, and failed

Doctor Who has had something to say since its first episodes aired in 1963, often reflecting the anxieties of its creators, from the environment through to loom... → Read More

Sex toys came to CES, and the sky didn’t fall in

This story discusses adult themes. If there was a trend at this year's CES, it might be how relaxed everyone was about sex tech at the show. Especially after c... → Read More

A closer look at Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘next decade’ manifesto

Every year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg writes a letter outlining his goals for the coming year, including personal challenges. These missives talk about his o... → Read More

This is not Asics' new smart shoe

Japanese footwear brand Asics turned up at CES 2020 this year with a "prototype" of its first smart running shoe. The as-yet unnamed model harnesses technology... → Read More

Echelon made a more-affordable smart rowing machine

If you've heard of Echelon, it's probably in the context of their Cheaper-Than-Peloton connected spin bikes. The company also makes smart exercise mirrors, and... → Read More

Julia is a smart kitchen gadget destined for the shopping channel

If there's one thing that CookingPal's Julia is going to have to deal with, it's the implication that it's destined for a life as a shopping channel mainstay. Y... → Read More

Wacom’s $400 One display is perfect for amateurs

It's a Cintiq, but for people who can't afford a Cintiq, and don't own their own design studio called Melon that's based in a warehouse loft in San Francisco. → Read More

Amazfit's HomeStudio is a smart mirror paired with a treadmill

The company that makes Xiaomi's MiBand has teamed up with the Studio.Live, a startup offering on-demand running classes. The pair are at CES this week, unveilin... → Read More

DFree is making an emergency alert system for your colon

Last year, Triple W won a Best Of CES award for DFree, a wearable that adhered to people's stomachs and gave incontinent people a heads-up when nature was about... → Read More

Bello's belly-fat scanner should inspire you to get on the treadmill

We've known for years that weight is never a perfect measurement of how healthy you are, since muscle weighs a lot more than fat. Subcutaneous fat around the wa... → Read More

Samsung SelfieType is a more virtual virtual keyboard

We've all seen adverts for laser keyboards that often lurk in the back pages of the Sharper Image catalog, which promise a lighter bag when you're on the go. Bu... → Read More

Philips adds more garden lights to its Hue lineup

There's a bunch of new goodies for anyone looking to clad the outside of their home in Philips' Hue lights, so get excited. Unless, of course, you happened to s... → Read More

BMW shows off an AR windshield concept for the 2021 iNext

BMW thinks that we'd like to interact with our cars in a more humane way than we do today, engaging it in conversation. But that's never just using words, but w... → Read More

Chipolo’s $25 Bluetooth tracker doubles as a selfie trigger

For $25, you get several features that Tile charges a subscription for. → Read More

OhMiBod's Nex 3 is a smart vibrating couples ring

Perennial CES attendee OhMiBod is launching a Bluetooth-connected couples ring that promises a more enjoyable time with your chum. The blueMotion Nex 3 is, unli... → Read More

Ring announces gate controllers, lightbulbs and garden lights

Once you've put a camera on your doorbell, peep hole and in your garden, there's not many more smart devices you need, right? Not so, according to Ring, which h... → Read More