Pat yourself on the back if you get through all 3 minutes and 55 seconds.
The 25 best products at CES 2020. (Time, 1/9/2020)
You'll need to shell out 169 simoleons for this marvel. Meditating is a tough habit to build, and even more difficult practice to maintain. If you need an extra hand, or just a little tap on the shoulder to get you back into the zone, look at Core. The handheld meditation trainer uses tech like vibration and biofeedback, along with an app that offers both metrics on your health and and on-demand meditation classes, to help you focus on relaxation, breathing techniques, or mindfulness.
According to Merriam-Webster, the first known use of simoleons occurred in 1881.
Other coinages from the same year include:
- big daddy
- close call
- dollar sign
"Stick-Up", Honey Cone's follow-up to their #1 "Want Ads", debuted at #68 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending August 7, 1971. It spent 12 weeks on the chart, peaking at #11 for 2 weeks.
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)
Climate360 smart bed. (1/11/2020)
MamaRoo Sleep Bassinet keeps parents in dreamland. (1/12/2020)
Segway S-Pod. (1/12/2020)