A small dongle that costs just $40, it allows your computer to become an extension of your smartphone and vice versa, with one end featuring a standard USB port and the other, a microUSB port to plug into your smartphone.
The Family Hub Refrigerator has a 21.5-inch Full HD monitor and stereo speakers, and is so-called because it will give access to other smarthome devices that work on the same standards as the company’s SmartThings platform.
You will even be able to bring up recipes on the monitor and there is an interior camera so you don’t even have to open the door to see what’s inside. Samsung is yet to announce a price or release date for the fridge.
Fisher Price announced the Think & Learn Code-A-Pillar at CES 2016, a coding toy designed to help children as young as three understand the foundations of coding, like thinking skills, problem solving and sequencing.
The Code-A-Pillar is a motorised caterpillar that features eight tail sections which can be snapped together in whatever order you want it to perform tasks in. For example, turn left, right, pause, straight on or flash its lights.
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