Samsung's home helper shaped like ball and rolled to CES  BifofView full coverage on Google News
Credit: Samsung Samsung at CES showed its ball-shaped rolling robot that follows you around, beeps and performs tasks as your personal assistant. The company posted a video showing just how Ballie would help out in your home. Ballie performs tasks, as shown in the video, like connecting with other smart home devices such as vacuum…

Samsung's home helper shaped like ball and rolled to CES - Bifof

Artificial Intelligence is breaking boundaries but it looks like it's leading the world to a lonely dystopian future.Artificial Intelligence is breaking boundaries but it looks like it's leading the world to a lonely dystopian future.

The technology of the future paints a very lonely picture for all of us - MyJoyOnline.com

Locked in a cupboard since New Year’s Eve? Then catch up with our super-fast guide to upcoming tech trendsLocked in a cupboard since New Year’s Eve? Then catch up with our super-fast guide to upcoming tech trends

CES 2020: 9 things we learned from the world’s biggest tech and gadget show | Stuff

With more than 4,000 exhibitors, if you want attention at CES 2020, you've got to work for it. Or at least give the herds of media, analysts and attendees somet...With more than 4,000 exhibitors, if you want attention at CES 2020, you've got to work for it. Or at least give the herds of media, analysts and attendees somet...

Six ways to 'win' at CES | Engadget

“ICYMI: Last week at @CES, I talked with P&G's CEO and chief brand officer about how the CPG giant is thinking about innovation and how data-driven products could help replace advertising. #CES https://t.co/oIs6onD2RW”

Marty Swant on Twitter: "ICYMI: Last week at @CES, I talked with P&G's CEO and chief brand officer about how the CPG giant is thinking about innovation and how data-driven products could help replace advertising. #CES https://t.co/oIs6onD2RW"

“The podcast is live! Give us a share and come join the live chat! We've got a LOT of tech to discuss! #SGGQA 129: Android Malware, Google Nearby Sharing, Best of CES 2020 Recap https://t.co/cPJMInjuLS Let's get our tech week started off right!”

Juan Carlos Bagnell on Twitter: "The podcast is live! Give us a share and come join the live chat! We've got a LOT of tech to discuss! #SGGQA 129: Android Malware, Google Nearby Sharing, Best of CES 2020 Recap https://t.co/cPJMInjuLS Let's get our tech week started off right!… https://t.co/1AiVC5Sthm"

“New Video: RT! Best Smart Home Tech at CES 2020. Here are my Top 10 things I saw at the show. I hope you enjoy the tour format! Let me know what you think. #ces2020 https://t.co/izH1yci0El”

Danny Winget on Twitter: "New Video: RT! Best Smart Home Tech at CES 2020. Here are my Top 10 things I saw at the show. I hope you enjoy the tour format! Let me know what you think. #ces2020 https://t.co/izH1yci0El… https://t.co/tMnjt18zA0"

“Some of the top trends from @CES @CTATech illustrate how technology can be used to solve problems across industries, such as food production and health and well being. https://t.co/rcXA2IFRgF”

Vince Bertram on Twitter: "Some of the top trends from @CES @CTATech illustrate how technology can be used to solve problems across industries, such as food production and health and well being. https://t.co/rcXA2IFRgF"

From Samsung to Hyundai, the CES 2020 narrated the ode of new age innovations in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics, Drones Technology, Autonomous Vehicle and Smart City prototypes, that are about to hit the market soon and will potentially become a fashionable yet essential part of our lives.From Samsung to Hyundai, the CES 2020 narrated the ode of new age innovations in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics, Drones Technology, Autonomous Vehicle and Smart City prototypes, that are about to hit the market soon and will potentially become a fashionable yet essential part of our lives.

CES 2020: Innovation That Took Centre Stage in AI, Robotics, and Others

As a retrospective of this year's killer conference, we're showing off our picks of the best, worst and weirdest gadgets you could see at CES 2020.As a retrospective of this year's killer conference, we're showing off our picks of the best, worst and weirdest gadgets you could see at CES 2020.

CES 2020: The best, worst and weirdest gadgets on display this year

The cutest reveal at CES was Samsung's Ballie, one of the smallest, a personalized rolling robotic companion equipped to help around the house.The cutest reveal at CES was Samsung's Ballie, one of the smallest, a personalized rolling robotic companion equipped to help around the house.

Samsung Ballie Rolls Into the Hearts of CES 2020 - Design Milk

Samsung at CES showed its ball-shaped rolling robot that follows you around, beeps and performs tasks as your personal assistant. The company posted a video showing just how Ballie would help out in your ...

Samsung's home helper shaped like ball and rolled to CES