We got here. We noticed. We touched lots of devices. This week was the annual CES, one of many world’s largest client electronics present, and WIRED’s group was on the bottom overlaying the entire prime tech tendencies to emerge from the present. On this week’s episode of the Gadget Lab podcast, Mike, Arielle, and Lauren speak about CES’s large safety #fail, what all of those related devices imply for the way forward for healthcare, and robots. Numerous robots.
Later within the episode, Arielle talks to Jen Wong, the chief working officer of Reddit, concerning the firm’s “rising up” second and the way it plans to monetize its customers.
Present notes: Take a look at our better of CES record once you’ve completed listening to the pod. Our CES reporting goes past devices, as properly: Now we have tales on how insidious logging your baby’s information has grow to be, why you need to ignore the 5G hype (for now), and the way girls’s sexuality is seemingly nonetheless taboo at CES.
Suggestions this week: Arielle recommends getting a Yubikey for all of your 2FA wants; Mike recommends the Mui picket sensible house panel (when it ships); Lauren recommends trying out Google Assistant on Sonos, and, in the event you occur to be a resort concierge, wanting into Google’s new Interpreter Mode.
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