20 gadgets in 19 minutes! That's the challenge the team set themselves to cover at CES - the world's largest technology show. Watch to see how they got on!

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    • sunnysideup12
      sunnysideup12

      Wish you had links to the different products!

      about 1 month ago
    • Tube Specific
      Tube Specific

      "The one we have here is the European version which looks a little bit messy with all the adapters attached..." LOL Well surely there is more fabulously high technology ideas coming later this year to solve such a problem...

      about 3 months ago
    • Ersin Demirtas
      Ersin Demirtas

      Short and incomplete reviews, the show makes no sense to me. I used to watch it every week but now it’s dead.

      about 3 months ago
    • Code Rag
      Code Rag

      I don't see innovation much. Majority--- despo!

      about 4 months ago
    • RawLu
      RawLu

      American Crap.

      about 5 months ago
    • Nemesis
      Nemesis

      BBC Click on YouTube. This is where I come to see how TV license payers money is wasted by featuring technology freely broadcast and reviewed elsewhere on the internet. Time to get with the programme (LOL), BBC. It's the 21st Century; get revenue from advertisers, deal with the same conditions as your, frankly, superior competitors and *scrap the license fee* before a far too tolerant public scrap you. Good old GB, the only country in the world that threatens to, and does, send citizens to jail for refusing to be extorted by a TV licensing ACT, not a law, that supports a second-rate broadcaster. What a joke.

      about 6 months ago
    • Info Hub
      Info Hub

      death is real. Life is short. new tech won't make you happy. Jesus Christ is the Savior that gives eternal life needGod.com

      about 6 months ago
    • Andre Barros
      Andre Barros

      BBC really? such a huge compny cant put subtitles? its not even about the sjw trans-something, but more about the deaf.

      about 6 months ago
    • Fergus Moffat
      Fergus Moffat

      Know where near driverless cars ? What abut Waymo offering services in Arizona , what about the new software that makes a normal 1 terflop CPU operate a 200x the power , it can park a car with a gaming PC,its here , in 5 years you will be able to turn any car into level 5 autonomy for 1 2 k

      about 7 months ago
    • Doug H. Nuts
      Doug H. Nuts

      how can people thumbs down this stuff is beyond me...neanderthals I guess.

      about 7 months ago
    • tomorrow56
      tomorrow56

      Big Clapper!!

      about 7 months ago
    • RickOShay
      RickOShay

      What I want to know is does apple pay for the free advertising exposure on your channel?

      Apple as you should know has fallen to third place in terms of market share. Samsung currently has over twice Apple's worldwide market share but gets very little free exposure.

      One would expect the top brands would get significantly more free exposure than apple assuming there is no bias in your reporting.

      Unless of course they are paying the BBC.

      If so this brings into question this channels objectiveness and credibility.

      Cut away shots of the apple logo and strategic product placememt do not go unnoticed by the public.

      It is obviously extremely easy to cover up the logo on smartphone and other handheld devices.

      So which is it?

      about 7 months ago
    • RickOShay
      RickOShay In reply to RickOShay

      @I'm not a Mechanic I hear what you are saying but having been in the ad industry for many years I don't believe they are just naive brits bumbling around blissfully unaware.

      Take the above video where in the end shot they hold on the back of the phone for about 4 seconds - with apple logo dead centre. There were many alternatives to the end shot and the hold was a little too long.

      We know apple either pays for or coerces media companies to tow the corporate line and apple pays for brand exposure in selected US and UK movies that are a good fit for their target market profile.

      Product placement in entertainment channel content no matter how subtle really shows how much clout these big US corporations have.
      And that most big media companies do the bidding of the big corporates that own them. In many cases large media ownwrs have shares in apple as well.

      Hence the extremely brand biased media in the US and UK.

      This media reporting bias goes way beyond just brand favoritism it is also driven by political party alignment particularly in the US and UK where mainstream media are propaganda tools driving the selected party narrative.

      If Trump did anything right he opened the eyes of the largely naive masses to the idea that what we consume each day in the media - what we read and see is often either hugely biased or completely fake.

      about 7 months ago
    • I'm not a Mechanic
      I'm not a Mechanic In reply to RickOShay

      I think its down to the program makers favouring Apple products, they produce TV shows and in all likelihood do it on apple hardware. Also, they do not need to cover up any logos, they are reporting on technology, technology brands make technology. The whole covering up logos is something I've only ever seen on American shows, in the UK they just use made up brands, or don't care.

      about 7 months ago
    • Zagrusz Ventus
      Zagrusz Ventus

      18:85 pielzo with low power radio

      about 7 months ago
    • Barry O'Sullivan
      Barry O'Sullivan

      What's the name of the company responsible for number 16 - the plasticine AR app?

      about 7 months ago
    • Brian Kagimu
      Brian Kagimu

      This is cool stuff

      about 7 months ago
    • Tech Genez
      Tech Genez

      Congrats Your Video is Featured on TechGenez.com

      about 7 months ago
    • Oscar Motorizado
      Oscar Motorizado

      Great content! One small bit of feedback: the counter overlay on the the right was a bit distracting and didn't add any valuable information to an otherwise excellent video.

      about 7 months ago
    • Sean Spicer
      Sean Spicer

      intense times for the british bros. things are not working out...

      about 7 months ago
    • Calorus
      Calorus

      8K. 8. F'ing. K. Such an utter, utter waste.

      about 7 months ago
    • Fylgda Hermetics
      Fylgda Hermetics

      TESLA wins against every tech car shown.

      about 7 months ago
    • Tristan Riggi
      Tristan Riggi

      Amazing job. Keep it up guys!

      about 7 months ago
    • yw1971
      yw1971

      19:41 - Item 13 is nothing new. There was such a keyboard at least 10 years ago, although very expansive

      about 7 months ago
    • Ju Galoo
      Ju Galoo

      Whats the go with the polar bears' arse plug?

      about 7 months ago
    • Darren Poulson
      Darren Poulson

      The inflating bike jacket is right out of Snow Crash! Wonder if the inventor has read that. :D

      about 7 months ago
    • Thea Blanca
      Thea Blanca In reply to Darren Poulson

      A bit of a rip-off from a Swedish invention called Hövding as well, but that just protects your neck and head. Launched in 2011.

      about 7 months ago
    • boson96
      boson96

      4:53 Someone remind him that it's 2019 and fully functional autonomous cars are operational now, not just in wide scale.

      about 7 months ago
    • Lightcircle of Norway
      Lightcircle of Norway

      Thankss for including us in "The Best of CES". Just to let you know guys, the smart socket at 17:40 is made by Lightcircle of Norway, and is called Kokong, which means Cocoon in English. http://lightcircle.io

      about 7 months ago
    • trijetdriver
      trijetdriver In reply to Lightcircle of Norway

      €82? That'll pay for itself in about 29 years..

      about 7 months ago
    • BudG
      BudG

      (22:00) Sleep like a baby????
      Wake up crying and wet the bed!

      about 7 months ago
    • DarkShadowsX5
      DarkShadowsX5

      sun cream? isnt it called sun screen? it screens out some of the UV rays but not all. it doesn't cream out the UV rays.
      more than half this stuff was boring and not really useful unless you go out of your way to need them.
      the modular TV was pretty cool though. make a screen as big as you want it. more things need to be modular.

      about 7 months ago
    • Rob Fraser
      Rob Fraser In reply to DarkShadowsX5

      It's a cream. If you tried to rub a screen on yourself you would probably break the screen or give yourself a friction burn.

      about 7 months ago
    • Lon Brooklyn
      Lon Brooklyn

      Where can I get those ear buds?I need them!

      about 7 months ago
    • Julia Ra.
      Julia Ra. In reply to Lon Brooklyn

      QuietOn Sleep Earplugs ;)

      about 7 months ago
    • Kirk Monteux
      Kirk Monteux

      the last sequence cracked me up

      about 7 months ago