As you would expect, CES saw the introduction of several new monitors from the usual suspects. Dell, HP, LG, Lenovo, and MSI revealed a bevy of displays to feast our eyes on.
Google unveiled that it's working on a 72-qubit quantum computer with error rates below 1%, which is what the company said it's required to have minimally useful quantum computers.
CableMod today introduced the CableMod Pro series, a new premium product line that offers thicker cables, integrated cable combs, and a new pallet of colors to select.
Arm announced iSim, a chip-based SIM solution that promises to make it easier to integrate cellular connectivity into IoT devices and lower costs for device makers.
3dRudder announced a significant price reduction to the standard 3dRudder foot-based controller. You can now get your feet into the game for under $100.
Former Intel President Renee James launched a new server chip company with technology from AppliedMicro's X-Gene 3 microarchitecture and investment from the private equity firm Carlyle Group.
VR Cover revealed a new product in its lineup of hygienic, washable, fabric covers for VR headsets. Now, the company offers washable covers for the integrated headphones that some HMDs offer.