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Internet of Things brings new era of weather forecasting

Precision forecasting, which will rely on millions of sensors in everything from cars to traditional weather stations, will help farmers know when to apply fertilizer and drivers avoid black ice. Read More

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SanDisk reveals the world's thinnest 1TB SSD

SanDisk today unveiled what it's calling the world's thinnest 1TB solid-state drive, which comes in an M.2 form factor that's only 1.5mm thick. Read More

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New SuperMHL 8K connector could be in PCs by 2018

Watching movies and playing games on today's computers are getting better with 4K resolution, but a new connector for TVs and monitors could allow laptops and desktops to connect to 8K displays as early as 2018. Read More

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Qualcomm's new chip will turn your next car into a self-driving theater on wheels

Qualcomm unwrapped a new family of Snapdragon processors at CES that threaten to turn your car into something that feels more like a fairground than a mode of transport. Read More

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Intel embraces Internet of Things, puts sensors on everything

Intel announced a boatload of partnerships during its CES keynote, with plans to embed its Curie processor and sensor technology into as many products as possible. Read More

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Wi-Fi for the Internet of Things gets a name: ‘Wi-Fi HaLow’

A new low-power, long-range version of Wi-Fi that bolsters Internet of Things (IoT) connections will be dubbed Wi-Fi HaLow. Read More

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AT CES, Parrot previews its wing-shaped Disco drone

Parrot has developed a distinctive wing-shaped drone that swoops through the sky at high speed and can be automatically controlled from a smartphone app. Read More

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Intel's Curie chip to convey thrills and spills of Winter X Games

People who tune into the Winter X Games in Colorado this month will get a heightened sense of the action thanks to a tie-up between Intel and ESPN, which sponsors the event. Read More

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Intel wants to guide drones in the right direction with Ascending acquisition

Intel has agreed to acquire a Germany company that will help drones with 3D cameras move in the right direction and avoid collisions. Read More

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