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CES 2019 Day 3 Takeaways: Five Innovative Technology Startups at CES

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The Coresight Research team is in Las Vegas this week for CES 2019 (formerly, the Consumer Electronics Show). This year’s event features over 4,400 exhibiting companies, including standout startups alongside established companies. Here are some of the more notable startups that we saw on day three:

  • Temi is a personal robot with a 10-inch tablet for a head that can play videos and music, control your smart home devices, charge devices and will soon integrate with Amazon Alexa.
  • While most wearable fitness trackers are designed to help people get into shape, MiGo is a new type of wearable that helps stroke survivors regain lost abilities.
  • Pix has developed a “smart backpack” that allows you to put customized pixelated electronic images on the back of your backpack.
  • Origami Labs has developed a smart ring wearable that answers phone calls, sends and receives text messages and responds to commands such as asking for the weather or setting a reminder — anything that a Siri or Google Assistant could do.
  • Dream Band claims its headband can help people who have trouble sleeping using a combination of data analysis and vibrations.

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