CES 2022 Stories January 7
CES 2022 Stories January 6
Popular accessory manufacturer Satechi is making an array of CES announcements today. For AirPods Max users, the company is out with a new 2-1 Headphone Stand that also features an integrated wireless charger. There’s also even an additional USB-C port, making it easy to charge AirPods Max (or any other product) as well.
CES 2022 Stories January 5
LINE, the company behind the MacBook Pro battery/storage/I/O companion LINEDOCK (full review) is revealing some unique new products at CES today. LINESTAND is a fresh take on a multidevice MagSafe charger that offers a floating experience via VESA mount and LINECLOUD is looking to shake up the NAS market.
As CES 2022 moves forward this week, Google has announced a handful of ways it plans to increase its focus on rivaling Apple’s ecosystem integration. As reported by our colleagues over at 9to5Google, Google has features to rival Spatial Audio, AirDrop, AirPods-like fast pairing, Apple Watch Unlock, and much more.
Google’s announcements today come as part of CES, and the announcements span its entire ecosystem of hardware. Here are the details.
CES 2022 Stories January 4
Apple’s Find My technology is making a splash at CES 2022 this week, even though Apple itself doesn’t have an official presence at the show. Following Targus’ announcement of a new Find My backpack, Chipolo has now unveiled a new Card Spot accessory that brings integration with Apple’s Find My network to your wallet.
As usual, HomeKit announcements are expected to be one of the biggest trends at CES this year. Today, home security company Schlage has announced an all-new Encode Plus Smart WiFi Deadbolt, and the company is going all in on Apple’s ecosystem with support for both HomeKit and home keys in the Apple Wallet application.
Last year, Samsung unveiled an innovative solar-charging remote during CES. Now, the company has revamped the product, and it now can convert routers’ radios waves into energy to stay charged. While Apple introduced a new Siri Remote less than a year ago, the Cupertino company should definitely take a look at Samsung’s idea to improve its own product.