Coolest wearables at CES are hidden in Samsung’s booth

The tech giant has created a smart belt, suit and golf shirt, as well as a solar powered bag that will charge your Galaxy phone in four hours.

CNET January 7, 2016

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The coolest wearables at CES 2016 are hidden in Samsung’s booth

The tech giant has created a smart belt, suit and golf shirt, as well as a solar powered bag that will charge your Galaxy phone in four hours.

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Why Oculus Rift pricing isn’t what you thought it’d be

Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey takes to Reddit, where he acknowledges he “handled the messaging poorly” about how much the virtual-reality headset would cost.

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This octocopter wants to fly you at 60 mph

Think of it as an oversize drone you sit in. The EHang 184 is meant to carry commuters or adventurers into the skies, if regulators ever approve it.

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BlackBerry going all-in on Android phones

Sorry, BlackBerry 10 software fans. The company, which plans to release just one or two phones this year, will use only Google’s Android software.

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What’s not to like? T-Mobile makes the case for Binge On

As critics turn up the heat on T-Mobile’s unlimited video streaming program, its CEO goes on the defensive announcing additional video partners and customer stats.

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The Segway Ninebot is your new robot buddy that you can also ride

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