The annual consumer electronics and home appliances trade show, Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA), started on Friday and some cool gadgets have already been spotted:
Samsung's newly unveiled ultra-HD TV features 8K resolution, uses artificial intelligence to automatically analyse and upscale picture and audio quality to 8K regardless of its source and original format.
Sony's new FES Watch U, uses e-ink technology (similar to that used in electronic readers) and has strap that users can personalise.
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Sony also unveiled its new generation Aibo, the AI-powered robot dog with touch sensors (for petting), facial recognition (for recognising its owners), and camera mapping (for memorising your house layout).
The Xperia XZ3 is Sony's first smartphone with tech from the company's Bravia TV line. It includes phone sports, an OLED HDR+ display and improved image processing.
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