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  1. Siddarth Mazumdar, Newton's Meter

    Meet the underaged Singapore teen who gatecrashed CES 2019 to turn his idea into reality

    The 16-year-old Siddharth Mazumdar is there with his dad, Deb, as they look to promote their start-up Newton's Meter at the Las Vegas trade show.
  2. Seraphin companion app

    CES 2019: Tech to save us from our damaging digital dependence

    Most of us depend heavily on our mobile devices, oftentimes too much so, but there are vendors at CES 2019 looking to improve our digital health ...
  3. Sim Wong Hoo at CES 2019

    CES 2019: Creative Technology’s award streak continues as CEO previews new Super X-Fi plans

    The Singapore-based audio company has bagged four awards at the consumer electronics trade show so far.
  4. Impossible slider at CES

    CES 2019: Impossible Foods confident its plant-based ‘meat’ will win over Singaporeans

    Chief operating officer David Lee says the US start-up is betting big on the versatility of the meat, which can be used in a burger, bao or dumpling.
  5. A dashboard video screen is displayed in a Byton M-Byte electric vehicle during the 2019 CES in Las

    Vehicle screens go super-sized at CES as tech catches up

    Take a glance at the vehicle displays shown at CES and you could be forgiven for thinking you are at the movies.
  6. Lisa Su, president and CEO of AMD, gives a keynote address during the 2019 CES in Las Vegas

    AMD shows off 7nm next-gen chips at CES, aims at Intel and Nvidia

    Advanced Micro Devices Inc on Wednesday unveiled its next generation smaller and power-efficient computer chip and a graphics processor, aiming ...
  7. Bell Helicopter's Nexus air taxi

    Bell Helicopter's air taxi vision reaches new heights at CES 2019

    The Bell Nexus has six tilting ducted fans, which help the vehicle achieve lift-off and movement in the air. 
  8. Singapore Skyline CBD ArtScience Museum

    Singapore among 16 ‘Innovation Champion’ countries, says CES organiser

    It was rated highly for indicators such as broadband, human capital and tax friendliness but was marked down for freedom and short-term rentals, ...
  9. Occupants, inside a car, are seen on a monitor using technology by Silicon Valley company Eyeris, d

    Move aside, backseat driver! New tech at CES monitors you inside car

    As vehicles get smarter, your car will be keeping eyes on you.