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PAUL HOCHMAN, ONE OF AMERICA’S TOP TECH JOURNALISTS, PROVIDES AN INSIDERS PREVIEW OF …
CES – THE WORLD’S BIGGEST CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SHOW
TV Network Technology Reporter Reviews the Hot Consumer Electronics Everyone will be Talking About
After decades as a top tech guru on network TV and writing for several prestigious technology magazines, Paul Hochman has established himself as one of the most respected broadcast journalists specializing in technology coverage. Live from the floor of the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas giving viewers a sneak preview of some the hot new technology that will be hitting the market in the future. CES is where all the newest gadgets and gizmos are first introduced to the public. Hochman has made a career out of simplifying complex technological issues so that the average consumer can understand.
HOCHMAN’S HOT TECH TOUR WILL INCLUDE:
New electronics and technology we can expect in automobiles
Super headphones and the audio evolution revolution
The changing mobile world and the UNIQUE new tech items for 2016
ABOUT: Hochman was known as the Gear and Technology Editor for the NBC TODAY Show for more than a decade. He was also the technology and culture reporter for Versus TV and the Tour de France; the host of an online technology talk show on MSN called "Playit4Ward" and has been a longtime technology contributor for CNBC and MSNBC. His articles in Fast Company Magazine were called a “Must Read” by the New York Times, establishing Paul one of the top tech journalist in the nation.
SOME HOT TRENDS AT THE CES THIS YEAR
You’ve probably heard about UHD or ‘4K’ TV’s — just beautiful to watch. 4K TV's offer 4 times the resolution and clarity of Full High Def TV’s. Then the typical problem: no 4K content to play on that beautiful 4K TV. Well, starting next month, and for the first time, you’ll be able to watch UHD movies directly from physical UHD Blu-ray discs on Samsung’s Ultra HD Blu-ray Player.
This next-gen UHD Blu-ray player offers 4 times the resolution and 64 times higher color expression than standard Blu-ray players. The picture is so realistic, you’re seeing exactly what the director intended.
And, you can stream content from your favorite services through this player, and watch your existing DVD and Blu-ray collection in near UHD quality thanks to upscaling technology.
CES GIVES US A GLIMPSE OF THE FUTURE
In the future, new technologies may have the biggest impact on the way we drive. This week Kia is launching its new DRIVE WISE sub-brand for autonomous driving technologies, which means cars that drive themselves. Kia is making a $2 billion investment by 2018 to develop next-generation of intelligent vehicles to develop a new Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). We’ve heard about cars that drive themselves, well Kia plans to introduce partially-autonomous driving technologies by 2020, and fully-autonomous driving technologies by 2030.
SOME OF THE COOL NEW SMART-HOME TECHNOLOGIES BEING INTRODUCED
There are a lot of new technologies being offered in the smart-home arena. One major area where we will see new technology is the kitchen. The new Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator. What’s really cool about it is that it that the fridge is connected so you can do online grocery shopping, manage recipes and make shopping lists and stream music. It features 3 high quality camera inside of it in order to let you get a peek inside, even if you’re at the store! It also has a built-in 21.5 inch full HD LCD resolution screen on the outside that can be used as a digital command center.
NEW DEVICES TO CONNECT PEOPLE TO THEIR SMART HOMES
It really is amazing how quickly home technology is advancing. Check out this RemoteLync Camera from Kidde. Amazing. It’s the latest in a line of innovative Kidde products designed to make it simple to stay connected to your home. This battery-operated, cordless camera alerts homeowners when motion is detected in their home while they are away. Simply download the free iOS- or Android-compatible app, and connect the camera to your existing Wi-Fi network. When triggered, the camera will send you an email or in-app notification. It will instantly record video upon sensing motion and sends alerts via a free app or email.
The Kidde RemoteLync™ line expands upon Kidde’s core mission to develop home fire safety solutions, so the Kidde’s RemoteLync Monitor listens for existing smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, alerting you to a home emergency via a free app. Powered by a rechargeable battery so it mounts nearly anywhere. The video clips will be available in the app for 12 hours so that during that time the user can download directly to a smart device or the cloud, and/or share via social media. Long-term clip storage in the app is available at a minimal cost.
NEW FOR ENTERTAINMENT AND MUSIC LOVERS
It seems like every year we make great advances in audio, and 2015 wasn’t any different. In fact, Reviewed.com and USA TODAY awarded Audio-Technica’s M-S-R-7 the best headphones of 2015 because they look, feel and sound great! And, in 2016 Audio-Technica will introduce the MSR7 in a noise-cancelling model. These and other Audio-Technica new models offer high-resolution audio. The MSR7 has comfortable memory foam ear pads, so music listeners will experience what a great pair of headphones should sound and feel like, and at a $250 retail price, it’s an award-winning luxury well worth the money.