Nandagopal Rajan is Editor New Media. He writes on technology, gadgets and everything related. He has worked with the India Today Group and Hindustan Times and is an alumnus of Calicut University and Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Dhenkanal.
India-born scientist Pranav Mistry's Star Labs showcased the concept at CES last week. NEON's creators believe the virtual humans can ultimately be fully autonomous 'friends, collaborators, and companions.'
In an interview with Indian Express, Pranav Mistry, President and CEO of STAR Labs (Samsung Technology & Advanced Research Labs), talks about the Neon project, where Mistry and team are hard at work creating "artificial humans."
Ranging from OnePlus Concept One phone with hiding cameras, Flipkart's laptop to Samsung's Ballie, and rollable TV, CES 2020 has seen various product launches this year. Here are some unique and best products shown at the event according to us. Take a look.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold looks a lot like a book, with a leather cover. It opens up to showcase a 13.3-inch OLED screen. There is a Bluetooth keyboard that can be attached to one of the sides when in a clamshell form to create a more traditional laptop experience.
LG G8X ThinQ review: LG G8X ThinQ is a very interesting and extremely capable smartphone that deserves more than a second look. The two screens might appear as a gimmick, but they can grow on you and you can find ways to use these screens well.
While our live blog on general election results grabbed most attention, the recent incident of Bollywood stars joining the anti-CAA protests in Mumbai became our most popular Facebook post of the year.