When the billboard has a brain. (Boston Globe, 5/19/2016)
Billboard advertisers are getting inside our heads. For years, they’ve watched with envy as Internet advertisers have learned to precisely target our interests and tastes, by using personal data collected from our Web browsers. Now the billboard guys are assembling their own high-tech toolkits, full of slick and spooky new ways to pry open our wallets.
Other Beyond CES posts:
FRESHeTECH Splash Tunes Bluetooth shower speaker. (9/6/2016)
This video is dedicated to those of us who have survived prostate cancer. (7/6/2016)
Robot empowers staff to focus on customer service. (4/15/2016)
Bentley reveals the future of luxury driving -- a holographic assistant. (4/8/2016)
Don't expect Olive Oyl while wearing this virtual reality sex suit. (4/6/2016)
Yamaha RMAX unmanned helicopter. (4/2/2016)
Cocoon cam. (3/13/2016)
Brita Infinity pitcher. (3/11/2016)
Kids' shoes for helicopter parents. (3/4/2016)
Tangram smart rope. (3/1/2016)
Meet the smartwatch of the day, the Garmin Vivoactive HR. (2/21/2016)
Can the LG Rolling Bot locate a hairball hidden under the bed? (2/21/2016)
Link to most recent CES 2016 post (with links to the rest of the series).