After a successful run last year American Airlines is again offering direct flights between Tokyo and Las Vegas for CES.
CES 2019 brings the latest consumer electronics products and trends to Las Vegas Jan. 8-11. Smart home technology, facial recognition, robotics and esports are some of the developing technologies already making their mark, but just about every industry will be showing their wares, from beauty products to farming equipment, virtual reality to driverless cars. Follow reports as Las Vegas Review-Journal reporters and photographers cover the convention floors, keynote speeches, conventioneers and vendors.
The organization’s board on Wednesday voted 13-1 to approve a $48.7 million contract with The Boring Company for an underground people-mover transit system.
A trade group has reinstated an award to the makers of a robotic sex toy for women that it had taken away four months ago for not keeping with its image.
From glasses that correct posture to a breast pump that quietly collects milk inside a nursing mom’s bra, advancements in health tech swept the show floors at CES 2019.
At Haier’s smart home exhibit at CES, the Chinese consumer electronics company displayed a variety of smart appliances that could make lives easier: a stove that can read a pan’s temperature. A smart washing machine that can read tags and determine the best wash settings. A mirror that can suggest an outfit.
Robots and more robots marked just one trend at CES. Now that the 2019 show has wrapped up until next year, a look at some of the other trends, products that grabbed attention this year.
While there was little doubt among attendees that 5G will revolutionize the world, when that revolution will actually dawn is disputed.
Picobrew has created a tabletop machine to make beer brewing easy.
Intro, a startup that is part of the Future Worlds Accelerator in the UK, has an app that uses ultrasonic sound to find people and companies nearby.
The Golden Knights tested out puck and player tracking technology during games against the New York Rangers and San Jose Sharks this week at T-Mobile Arena.
Eureka Park collects startups from more than 30 countries on the ground floor of the Sands Expo and Convention Center.
Las Vegas is reviewing the potential implementation of Blockchain, a database technology in which information is decentralized and communally maintained.
CES 2019 closed at 4 p.m. Friday, and CES rules dictate that teardown not begin until 5 p.m. Exhibitors have until midnight Sunday to get their stuff cleared out.
At the last day of CES 2019, several high school students from the Clark County School District pitched business ideas among some of the most innovative companies in the world.
Robots don’t yawn. So the crowd compensated.