Columnist Troy Wolverton says one clear takeaway from the annual CES show: Everyone’s looking for the next big thing, no matter how silly. Take, for instance, the Hair Coach smart hairbrush. It uses sensors to track hair damage and will, via a smart phone app, offer recommendations and advice on hair care.
Columnist Troy Wolverton says one clear takeaway from the annual CES show: Everyone’s looking for the next big thing, no matter how silly. Take, for instance, the Hair Coach smart hairbrush. It uses sensors to track hair damage and will, via a smart phone app, offer recommendations and advice on hair care. John Locher Associated Press
Columnist Troy Wolverton says one clear takeaway from the annual CES show: Everyone’s looking for the next big thing, no matter how silly. Take, for instance, the Hair Coach smart hairbrush. It uses sensors to track hair damage and will, via a smart phone app, offer recommendations and advice on hair care. John Locher Associated Press

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