Inspired by Goldilocks and the three bears?
CES Editors’ Choice Awards: The Most Exciting Tech for 2020. (Popular Mechanics, 1/9/2020)
The more studies reveal how sleep-deprived we all are, the more sleep tech seems to advance—from sleep-monitoring fitness trackers to wake-up light alarm clocks—to help us better understand and improve the quality of our Zs. The latest step along that path came this week when Sleep Number unveiled its Climate360. It’s a smart bed with ducts designed to release trapped air, and warm or cool the bed depending on if you sleep too hot or too cold.
Other CES2020 posts:
Warming up for CES2020 with a modern version of "Play Misty for Me". (11/29/2019)
Pizza served up by Picnic(TM) robot. (1/3/2020)
FutureLight files the Waydoo Flyer under 'bizarre'. (1/3/2020)
Townew automated garbage can, a discomposing sign of the times. (1/8/2020)
When it comes to useless consumer technology products, Charmin Rollbot wipes the competition! (1/8/2020)
LG encourages you to grow your own with its indoor garden appliance. (1/9/2020)
And the promise of a flying car just keeps on floating. (1/10/2020)
Qoobo and Petit Qoobo, robot pillows in two sizes. (1/11/2020)
Meet Samsung's Ballie, who looks like a yellow softball and will follow you everywhere. (1/11/2020)
U by Moen smart faucet. (1/11/2020)
Scary future brought to you by Samsung Neon. (1/11/2020)