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With 170,000 attendees spread across 2.75 million square feet, things are heating up as we bring you the latest from the floor of CES 2018. We learn about Netflix's all-out display for their upcoming Altered Carbon series, and the emergence of beauty tech with Danielle Casagnol of the Consumer Technology Association. Engadget Reviews Editor, Cherlynn Low, is on a mission to glimpse the future; she fills us in on her favorites from CES, including a special robotic duck for kids with cancer. Also, Seven Dreamers Laboratories, Inc. Founder and CEO, Shin Sakane, explains how their new AI enabled robot, Laundroid, can save us the trouble of folding our own laundry. Next, the Wireless Power Consortium is setting the standard for wireless power in the kitchen and Vice President of Market Development, Paul Golden, fills us in on the details. Then, Cognitoys Co-Founder and CTO, JP Benini, is aiming to make playtime more informative and engaging for our children. Last, UVify Head of Business Development, Robb Cheek, describes the fastest growing sport in the world, drone racing, and how their machines can reach mind blowing speeds.Listen now!
- [00:00:00] Netflix's Grisly Booth and Beauty Tech
- [00:06:29] Eureka Park Helps Fund Start-Ups
- [00:12:30] Laundroid Folds Your Laundry
- [00:19:52] Best of CES: My Special Aflac Duck
- [00:28:32] Google and Amazon Battle at CES
- [00:35:54] Fear of Chinese Products?
- [00:42:15] Wireless Power in the Kitchen
- [00:47:26] Full Range of Wireless Power
- [00:54:45] 3dRudder: A Must Have for VR
- [01:02:08] Kids' Best Real Imaginary Friend
- [01:10:16] Cognitoys Help Kids Learn
- [01:18:09] Drone Racing: Fastest Growing Sport
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