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  • Writer's pictureAdam Doud

CES highlights!

Cliff and Adam get together to talk about the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that went on but was a lot smaller than usual. But it was still a really great show, with some really neat products. Cliff and Adam talk about their favorites listed below. We had the E-ink BMW, Sony's new concept car, the OnePlus 10 Pro, the Dell XPS 13 Plus, the Samsung Ark monitor, and Black and Decker's electronic drink maker.

Plus we have a tech yeah from Dell that has caused no end of hilarity on this podcast.

Dell UltraSharp HDR 4K Webcam

BMW Built An Electric Car With Color-Changing Paint

The Sony Vision S Electric Car Concept Is Pure CES Magic

OnePlus 10 Pro Out January 13, But With a Caveat

Dell XPS 13 Plus Hands-on: Inviting Controversy and Wonder

Samsung ARK Is a Rotating Cockpit of Monitor Madness

The Bev is Black & Decker's New $300 Home Bartender

News of the week:

Introducing podcast ratings: An easy way to make a good first impression—and draw in new listeners (Spotify)

Spotify finally added ratings to podcasts! About damn time.

Spotify shuts down its namesake podcast studio (Verge)

Spotify, the app that wants to be the king of podcasts, shut down its podcast studio. Umm…

Who Do Young Entrepreneurs Look Up To? Elon Musk (WIRED)

Gates, Jobs, and Zuck are out. Elon is in.

(1)Oops. Make sure to install your Starlink dish far from animal access! 😂 #starlink #elonmusk #internet (TikTok)

Cats are snuggling into Starlink dishes to stay warm. D'awww.

Canon can’t get enough toner chips, so it’s telling customers how to defeat its DRM (Ars Technica)

Oh, the irony.

Older Honda and Acura models hit by Y2K22 bug that resets clocks 20 years in the past (Verge)

…and a fix won't be around until August. Ouch.

Northwest Arkansas is offering $10K in Bitcoin and bike to relocate there (Yahoo! Finance)

Want to move to Arkansas? I don't either but for $10K? Nahhh…

Pokémon Go-obsessed Officers Ignored Robbery to Catch Snorlax (Digital Trends)

Isn't this really a step forward for the LAPD though?

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