CES Liveblog: Smart Home, Workout Tech, and So Many TVs

CES Liveblog: Smart Home, Workout Tech, and So Many TVs

It showed two concept devices at CES: a somewhat normal-looking phone with an AMOLED screen that can be rolled out vertically to increase the screen size (up to 6.7 inches), and a cylindrical tube you can open up like a papyrus scroll to view a 17-inch OLED rollable display.

What's So Special About Human Screams? Ask a Screamologist

What's So Special About Human Screams? Ask a Screamologist

Overall, however, Gouzoules’ data suggests that humans are pretty good at distinguishing screams from other nonverbal vocalizations, regardless of whether they’re fearful, excited, or aggressive.

First Look: Hands On With Samsung's Galaxy Fold

First Look: Hands On With Samsung's Galaxy Fold

When it’s closed, the Galaxy Fold looks like two elongated phones pressed together, attached by a hinge on one side. The Fold has what Samsung calls a Dynamic AMOLED display, the same display that's in the Galaxy S10 phones.