Speaker 1: This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. That's a wrap on CES 2022. And despite being a namely virtual show, again, this year out of concerns over the Aron variant, there is still a slew of innovative gadgets and forward thinking technology as always at CES, that televisions were big and bright with LG announcing its largest a TV ever a 97 inch or augmented reality glasses were everywhere. As major manufacturers like TCL, Sony and Panasonic showed off prototypes [00:00:30] cars had a major presence at the annual show in Las Vegas. Major trends include more electronic vehicle technology, integrated, smart assistance, and even a color changing car like this BMW prototype. And everyone was talking about AICA, an incredibly lifelike robot. In other news, Elizabeth Holmes's, former CEO of blood testing startup Theranose has been found guilty of defrauding investors. Jurors found homes guilty on four of the 12 counts of fraud, each carrying a maximum sentence of 20 years of prison once valued at $9 billion.
Speaker 1: [00:01:00] Theranose claimed a Revolut S blood testing in healthcare, but in 2015, investigations revealed that technology was seriously flawed, which led to the S E filing charges against homes in 2018. And finally, the once beloved Blackberry smartphones are slowly dying out support for Blackberry 10 devices and 7.1 OS officially ended this week that it means no phone calls, no data use and no text messaging to be clear. These devices are old. The 10 was released in 2013, the last model [00:01:30] from rim before TCL picked up the brand. But it's certainly the end of an era for people once addicted to their crack bees, save to date with the latest by visiting CNET.