Holographic 3D displays and smart mirrors — two products suited for use on the Strip — were among the products revealed Sunday night ahead of the official opening of CES.
Even the world’s largest tech conference is feeling the effects of the U.S. government shutdown.
For a tech-heavy show, Consumer Electronics Show has always had a cool factor. A look back into our photo archives reminds us how times change.
Four of the nine current CES keynoters are women. GenderAvenger, the activist group that raised a ruckus last year, recently sent CES organizers a congratulatory letter and awarded the show a “Gold Stamp of Approval” for a roster of keynote and “featured” speakers that it says is 45 percent women — 60 percent of them women of color.
The annual competition honors outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products. Award categories include, 3D printing, digital imaging/photography, virtual and augmented reality and more.
For the first time in Las Vegas, Centerplate will deliver hot food on demand to CES booths so that exhibitors can maximize their sales time and won’t have to face crowds in lines at convention center food outlets.
With over 180,000 people expected to converge on various convention centers and venues across Las Vegas for the annual CES convention, roads near the sites are expected to be clogged.
The four days of the CES convention will bring an abundance of lights, sounds and people to the Las Vegas Strip. For newcomers, it can be easy to get swept up in the bustle of one of the world’s largest consumer electronics conventions.
CES will feature the latest developments in autonomous driving, urban infrastructure, quantum computing, home entertainment, as well as virtual and augmented reality.