The gadgetry world gathered in Las Vegas this week to show off their best ideas for how technology can solve problems, improve daily life and basically make the world more efficient.
There’s always a deluge of products coming out of the International CES show, so it can be hard to see how adopting all of this tech could actually change your daily life. But that’s exactly the vision of CES, at a high level. Tech could transform nearly every part of your life.
Take a normal Saturday routine. With, for example, a phone toting a screen that wraps around the edge of your device, you could read at least part of your e-mail without even lifting your head.
As for breakfast, you could pick something to eat by checking the fridge inventory without opening it and find out which food may be ready to spoil — since your fridge let you scan your receipts from the store. Once you’ve decided on a meal, you could even send a recipe to your oven to get things pre-heated.
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