IBM’s Ginni Rometty and SoftBank Robotics’ Kenichi Yoshida watch as the Japanese company’s humanoid robot Pepper waves to the audience at CES. Pepper uses IBM’s Watson “cognitive computing” system. Photo: Reuters

The latest in gadgets at CES: robots that think, and a HK$1,000 smart mug for your coffee

Gadgets of the future won’t just have great connectivity but will be able to analyse and think, IBM chief says. New gadgets out include a self-tightening shoe, a breathalyer for fat burning, and a battery-powered mug that keeps coffee at slurping temperature for 2 hours

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IBM’s Ginni Rometty and SoftBank Robotics’ Kenichi Yoshida watch as the Japanese company’s humanoid robot Pepper waves to the audience at CES. Pepper uses IBM’s Watson “cognitive computing” system. Photo: Reuters
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