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Typically only found in the toolkits of law enforcement and the military, the FLIR ONE smartphone camera gave thermal vision to any consumer with several hundred bucks. But yesterday FLIR revealed a professional version for those who want to use the thermal camera for more than just running around pretending to be a Schwarzenegger-hunting Predator.

Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.

One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.

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CES is kicking off with its traditional showing of really fancy TVs. Combining all the good top-end stuff we're already used to like Dolby Vision HDR with new 'nano cell' tech that reportedly improves colour quality and viewing angles, LG's three newest Super UHD panels are the most advanced the company has produced -- and promise the best ever picture quality from a LCD.

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Today at CES 2016, Lenovo teased an upcoming smartphone that will be made in conjunction with Google's motion-sensing wunderkind; Project Tango. This will be the first Tango-enabled mobile device for consumers and it promises to provide a "magic window" of digital information and objects in the real world. But will it ever make it to Australia?

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been showcasing the tech industry's hottest products since 1967. This year's show didn't have any game-changing announcements, but there was still plenty of interesting new hardware jostling for space on the showroom floor. Here are 15 upcoming products that are tailor-made for life hackers: from fire-detecting batteries and virtual-reality treadmills to Intel's new Broadwell processors and robotic personal chefs.

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been showcasing the tech industry's hottest new products since all the way back 1967. This year's show didn't have any game-changing announcements, but there were still plenty of exciting new hardware. Here are 15 weird 'n' wonderful offerings from the showroom floor that are tailor-made for life hackers: from fire-detecting batteries and virtual-reality treadmills to Intel's new Broadwell processors and robotic personal chefs.

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Road Worrier has spent the past week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, checking out the latest and greatest in gadgetry. That means that once again it's time for a roundup of the new products that might tickle the regular traveller's fancy in 2010.

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Our big brother site Gizmodo has dispatched a team of sleepless bloggerbots to cover the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas this week, hunting down the latest and greatest in new tech; get their full coverage at CES 2008.