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The latest tech from the Vegas Consumer Electronics Show

The latest tech from the Vegas Consumer Electronics Show The latest tech from the Vegas Consumer Electronics Show
Sherri Watson | 13 January, 2018, 05:34

Over the course of the four-day show, televisions, home appliances and autonomous auto technology are also expected to be prominent trends.

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the world's biggest technology show, where numerous world's biggest tech firms gather in Las Vegas to show off their visions of the future and set the tone for the innovative year ahead.

CES organizers said power was restored within minutes to the convention center's South Hall, where many gaming companies had exhibits.

There will be plenty of companies promoting new AI and VR products, with Google and Amazon expected to unveil new additions to their Alexa and Google Home products.

"CES is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies".

"What we're seeing at CES is some categories we didn't have previous year". One concern about this type of smart home technology is whether outside third parties will be collecting this information and what they may plan to do with it. "We're going quickly to self-driving cars and artificial intelligence, the internet-Of-Things, and things that weren't even in our vocabulary 10 years ago and now they're major parts of CES", he said.

South Korean industry leaders are absent for the second year in a row on the keynote schedule of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's biggest IT fair, having been replaced by fast-rising Chinese counterparts.

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.

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. Tech giants will be previewing a glut of new laptops, phones, tvs, and automotive advances.

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At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the electronics company is showing off innovations it says will improve your experience while traveling. While numerous tech giants will have their own shows through the rest of the year, don't expect them not to have something to show off at CES 2018. Both large and smaller ones rely on the annual trade show to ink deals that will translate to cash months in the future; the blackout disrupted some of the product demos, panels and meetings key to those deals.