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IKEA debuts plans for Internet-connected kitchen

CEA SmartBrief | May 05, 2015

IKEA showed off plans for future kitchens at a Milan design show, with tabletops that can cook, shelves that refrigerate food and drones that deliver groceries. The company intends to bring the smart kitchen, expected to run on the Internet of Things, to consumers by 2025. Network World (05/04)


Tesla's new battery helps solar-powered homes get off the grid

CEA SmartBrief | May 04, 2015

Apple and Samsung's Cold War seems to be thawing

CEA SmartBrief | May 04, 2015

Ford wants to keep control over car connectivity

CEA SmartBrief | May 01, 2015

Intel is trying to move beyond the PC

CEA SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2015

Apple TV may be up for a refresh

CEA SmartBrief | May 01, 2015

Samsung back on top in global smartphone race

CEA SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2015

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CEA SmartBrief | May 05, 2015

How tablet discounts are depressing iPad sales

CEA SmartBrief | Apr 30, 2015

Microsoft builds up HoloLens headset as "next-gen" computer

CEA SmartBrief | May 04, 2015


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Protecting Intellectual Property in Foreign Markets Webinar is on Thursday

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CEA praises senators for introduction of the PATENT Act of 2015

CEA SmartBrief | May 06, 2015

Twitter's Shailesh Rao to deliver Industry Mover Address at Inaugural International CES Asia

CEA SmartBrief | May 05, 2015

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CEA to unveil drones market projections on Tuesday at the Unmanned Systems 2015 Conference

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