Autonomous, electric, and final mile transport solutions have made headlines at this year's edition of the world's largest technology fair, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas, US, this week. "Does anyone have a battery pack?" wrote Endgadget, a technology news site.
President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association Gary Shapiro delivers a keynote address at CES 2017 (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)When and where is CES in 2018? We're on the ground at CES 2018 bringing you the latest gadgets, smart home devices and weird and wonderful use of tech so bookmark this page to stay up-to-date.
One of the large companies that can be expected at CES is Google.
Different areas would also be added to the event to accommodate emerging technologies, he said, including augmented reality apps and unusual vehicles.
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This leads us aptly onto more smart home innovation.
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Other big names may make it into the film like Tom Cruise , Brad Pitt , to fulfill two "meaty male roles". Variety reports that the structure will be similar to Pulp Fiction's with an ensemble approach.
TV maker LG's OLED Canyon display demo, with 246 OLED panels and more than 30 high-definition generators, took almost an hour to get back in full operation.
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The screen is expected to be slim, offer deep blacks, and feature more than 33 million self-illuminating pixels for the clearest picture to date.
CES 2018 has become the first major event of the year to showcase the latest vehicle technology, too, and our sister title Auto Express will also be at the show bringing you the next-generation in motoring. Tech giants will be previewing a glut of new laptops, phones, tvs, and automotive advances. CES is, as NBC News notes, the biggest tech show in the world. "That really wasn't apparent two or three years ago".
The most important trade expo in terms of consumer electronics is getting started in Las Vegas. That product will be just one of a host of smart home devices launched, with everything from connected cat doors that open automatically to cordless, infra-red hair dryers revealed at CES.