Whether in the womb or in one's twilight years, our lives are becoming ever more connected. Nowhere has that been more evident than at the annual CES gadget show in Las Vegas.
In his CES keynote, YouTube's Robert Kynci declared digital video will soon overtake TV as the primary way we spend free time. Expect to see more high-dynamic range (HDR) video and more 360-degree video.
A fully automated home is still years away, but the building blocks are already here: the phone that turns on the coffee maker from the bedroom, the thermostat that controls the lights when you're away.
With more than 3,600 exhibitors and over 150,000 attendees, CES 2016 has generated plenty of headlines, with new wearable tech, connected and autonomous cars, and gadgets aplenty.
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