For around half a century, CES has been the launch pad for new innovation & tech that has gone on to “change” the world. Held in Las Vegas, USA every year, it is the to-go place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It’s also where the next-gen innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
The International Consumer Electronics Show (International CES) showcases more than 3,800 exhibiting companies, including manufacturers, developers & suppliers of consumer technology hardware, Content, technology delivery systems & more; a conference program with more than 300 conference sessions, & over 165K attendees from 150 countries.
For readers of What’s New On The Net, there’s some good news this CES season. In an exclusive tie-up with Mobile World Live, a leading B2B mobile industry news Site published by – but editorially independent from – the GSMA, we will bring you daily highlights from Las Vegas, right from the convention, so that you do not miss out on all the excitement. So keep watching this space to catch all the buzz from the CES 2017.
Qualcomm lays down 5G marker
Amazon’s Alexa to arrive on Huawei’s Mate 9 smartphone
Sony CEO says VR ambitions go beyond gaming
ZTE’s crowdsourced phone Hawkeye gets Q3 launch
Asus pushes into AR with new Zenfone
CES inauguration. Launch of Faraday Future’s electric-powered FF91,
Qualcomm pushes Snapdragon 835 beyond the smartphone
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