CES

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    Video caption: CES 2021: Smart sport kit put to the test

    Can a virtual reality cricket bat and bluetooth-connected baseball improve your form?

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    Video caption: CES 2021: 'Wearable tech that’s like using the Force’

    Omar Mehtab tries a wristband that allows you to control your laptop and a smart fitness ring.

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    Video caption: CES 2021: Smart dog flaps, home robots and tech news

    BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at some of the tech debuted at the technology expo.

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    Video caption: CES 2021: Smart pillows and internet-connected smoothies

    The product tracks movements in the night to automatically adjust its height.

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    Video caption: CES 2021: Tuneable spectacles let you adjust your lenses

    Spectacles with adjustable lenses are on display at the virtual CES tech show.

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    Video caption: Cupcakes, creams and cocktails: Have we reached 'peak pod'?

    Everything from cakes to face cream is available in single-use pods. Have we reached peak pod?

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    Video caption: AO Air's face mask uses fans for cleaner breathing

    The fans de-pollute and cool the air meaning the mask does not need a tight seal against the face.

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    Video caption: CES 2020: The biggest surprises from big tech at the show

    Sony, Samsung and LG all had secrets to unveil at the technology expo in Las Vegas.

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    Video caption: CES 2020: Samsung's invisible keyboard for smartphones

    Samsung's SelfieType scans finger taps on a table using the smartphone's front camera.

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    Video caption: CES 2020: TV lets you shine a torch into its shadows

    A special 8K TV at the CES tech show allows scenes to be re-lit as they play.

  11. Netflix rival will limit show times to 10 minutes

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    Video caption: CES 2020: Quibi aims to change how we watch shows on phones

    A deep-pocketed new streaming service has revealed it will launch in the US on 6 April.

    Quibi has raised $1bn (£763m) in funds and commissioned some of Hollywood's biggest names to make content for its mobile-only service. Each show will be 10 minutes or shorter.

    The firm intends to charge $4.99 (£3.80) per month for basic access and $7.99 for an ad-free version.

    But one industry-watcher questioned consumers' willingness to pay.

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