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  • Google’s new gadgets bring artificial intelligence into your home

    Google unveiled a bunch of new products at a recent event in San Francisco. The company is doubling down on its use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to infuse smarts into everything it’s making. Here’s a look at what they unveiled. Google Pixel 2 This is the follow up to Google’s critically acclaimed smartphone of 2016. Pixel had the best camera on any smartphone I’ve ever tested, and many reviewers agreed. Google says they’ve improved the camera and made […]

  • Movies Anywhere consolidates all your digital movies into one library

    Hollywood has teamed up to make your digital movie library work in more places with a new service called Movies Anywhere. Sign up for Movies Anywhere and you can consolidate any digital movies you’ve purchased from iTunes, Amazon, Vudu and Google Play into a single library that’s accessible from nearly every device. Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! Learn more: https://moviesanywhere.com/ Here’s a longer demo of the new service.

  • JetSuiteX is like private jet travel at reasonable prices

    A startup airline called JetSuiteX lets you travel like you’re taking a private jet but at prices that are much more affordable. Recently I took a JetSuiteX flight from Burbank to San Jose. The startup airline uses planes with just 30 seats onboard. WiFi, snacks and drinks are free! It feels like private but flights are much more affordable. I found one-way flights to Vegas for around $130. It’s not going to be cheaper than Southwest, but you’re paying a […]

  • Innovations on display at CEATEC Japan 2017

    This year’s CEATEC Japan focuses on the Internet of Things and artificial Intelligence as companies come together in Tokyo to show off their latest innovations. CEATEC Japan is a changing trade show – what used to be all the latest gadgets from big-name companies has morphed into a show focusing on what’s possible in the future. This is a future filled with gadgets connected to the internet and harnessing artificial intelligence. Here are some of the neat things we saw at […]

  • Robots galore at CEATEC Japan 2017

    Robots are a big theme at this year’s CEATEC Japan – here are some of the unique ones we found on the show floor. CEATEC Japan is a big electronics show that happens each year just outside Tokyo. This year, there is a heavy emphasis on the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! There are robots everywhere – big and small! Many are meant to assist humans […]

  • Retailers explore new technology to increase online shopping sales

    Every year, the National Retail Federation holds a convention called Shop.org, where companies come to explore new technologies that can be used to make the shopping experience even easier. Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! See how retailers are using cutting edge technology in an effort to make the online shopping process even easier for consumers.

  • JetSuiteX lets you travel like a celebrity

    A startup airline called JetSuiteX lets you travel like you’re taking a private jet but at prices that are much more affordable. Recently I took a JetSuiteX flight from Burbank to San Jose. The startup airline uses planes with just 30 seats onboard. WiFi, snacks and drinks are free! It feels like private but flights are much more affordable. I found one-way flights to Vegas for around $130. It’s not going to be cheaper than Southwest, but you’re paying a […]

  • Nintendo re-releases Super Nintendo with 21 retro games

    *-Nintendo is at it again! We go hands-on with the company’s new Super Nintendo Classic Edition, complete with 21 built-in retro games.-* Nintendo is re-releasing the Super Nintendo in a new format that connects to your HDTV. You get a bunch of built-in games including Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart and more! Relive the 90’s and have fun doing it! Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! The device goes on sale for […]

  • You need to know about this new iPhone emergency feature

    iPhone now has a fast and easy way to get help in an emergency – here’s how to activate the potentially life-saving feature. If you’ve updated your iPhone to iOS 11, you have access to emergency help faster than ever before. Apple calls the feature Emergency SOS. Activate it, and your phone will automatically dial the appropriate local emergency number for you, no matter where you are. Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! Here’s […]

  • Road trip in a $160,000 all-electric Tesla

    Many folks who put a deposit down for the Tesla Model 3 have never even test driven one of Elon Musk’s cars. I wanted to know what it’s like to drive a Tesla – from the Autopilot functionality to the charging situation. Telsa loaned me their top of the line, $160,000 Model S P100D – which goes 0 to 60 in under 2.5 seconds – to find out. I drove the car from Los Angeles to San Francisco and found […]

  • Breaking down what’s new with Apple’s iPhone 8 as new model goes on sale

    Breaking down the differences between the iPhone 8 and previous models. Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips!

  • This countertop gadget makes frozen yogurt in minutes

    A startup called Wim is making a countertop frozen yogurt machine that swirls up the dessert in minutes -just add milk! Follow KTLA Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro on Facebook or Twitter for cool apps, tech tricks & tips! If you have a craving for FroYo, you might not have to look much further than your kitchen. A startup called Wim has created what is like a Keurig but for frozen yogurt. All you have to do is add some milk – regular, coconut, almond […]