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CES 2021 cancelled overAmid the global Coronavirus outbreak, the Consumer Technology Association has announced that the annual CES will be moving to an all-digital format for the 2021 show. CES moves online-only in 2021 In... a move that will surprise few, the CTA has decided to cancel the in-person component for CES 2021. The CTA has delayed making a decision for the 2021 show as it tracked the spread of COVID-19 which has been particularly rough in the US.
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Creepiest surveillance tech at CES 2020

Mashable - 16 Jan 2020 17:10
Creepiest surveillance tech atCES doesn’t phase me anymore. After years of traveling to Vegas to be dazzled by the latest technology and gadget innovations, it all feels meh. But maybe that’s the problem — we’ve become... immune to the growing intrusiveness of our connected lives. It wasn't until my boss reacted with a "that's SUPER creepy" to a car that can identify your gender, that I really started paying attention. Everywhere I went on the show floor, cameras, sensors, and little electronic eyes constantly followed me. Each one trying to guess my mood, age, weight, posture, and what I ate for lunch (well, not the last one, but who knows what the future holds). The best part is, each brand claimed that gathering all this information would actually make my life easier and more secure.
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Procter & Gamble debuts anOpté Precision Skincare System debuted at CES that instantly restores the natural-looking beauty of your skin using algorithms and printing technology to correct facial imperfections.
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Cannabis tech's fight to beSex tech is allowed at CES this year for the first time. Is cannabis tech next?
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The best new car tech of CESCES once again offers a look at the latest and greatest technological innovations that could be available in your next car.
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The star of CES 2020 is aPillar Memory is a smart wooden stick that helps parents track their children's height. The post is covered in LED lights and create white markings when drawn on - and it made its debut at CES.
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At CES 2020, Verizon vows toRonan Dunne, the CEO of Verizon Wireless, tells CNET that some of these devices will arrive below $600.
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At CES, Facebook argues it'sA privacy panel at the giant tech conference underscores how crucial the topic has become.
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Ivanka Trump speaks on theIvanka Trump spent an hour on the CES 2020 keynote stage advocating White House plans to shape the workforce of the future.       
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I tried Nreal's mixed realityIf you told me one of my favorite announcements from CES was going to be a pair of MR glasses, I would've called you crazy.
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Samsung envisions even moreThe "Age of Experience" includes companion robots, AI-powered homes and smart cities powered by 5G, co-CEO H.S. Kim touted during a keynote.
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Toilet paper robot, theToilet paper on-demand and clean teeth in 10 seconds, to name a couple.
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Phones that fold, fit on yourSmartphones haven't been forgotten amid all the new tech at the CES gadget show this week in Las Vegas. New products on display include a tablet that folds into a phone and a device that turns... your finger into a phone. (Jan 10)        
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The best CES 2019 healthWe can all use some help with our health and CES 2019 was packed with intriguing devices designed to combat pain and stress, help you monitor blood pressure, reduce tinnitus, and care for the sick or... elderly. The post The best CES 2019 health gadgets combat stress, pain, and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
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CES 2019 roundup: Robots are everywhere

USA Today - 8 Jan 2019 04:20
CES 2019 roundup: Robots areUSA TODAY Consumer Tech reporter Jennifer Jolly reports on the robot revolution that became the story of CES 2019 in Las Vegas.        
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Watch Samsung's CES 2019 pressThis year at CES Samsung celebrated 50 years in the electronics business, and seemed intent on blowing things out with a combination of smart home products, AI and 5G. Besides taking a victory lap... over its advances in next-gen wireless, the compa...
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Bread-making robot makesThe diet starts tomorrow.
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It's not just FCC Chairman Ajit Pai who'll back out of CES as a result of the US government shutdown. The Consumer Technology Association has confirmed that at least ten government officials have... cancelled their speaking engagements at the technolog...
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The hot new tech at the CESEmotional robots, beer pods, flexible phones and 8K TVs are all part of our CES tech show preview.
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This year's Consumer Electronics Show is bringing the latest in tech including self-driving suitcases and motorcycles. Jefferson Graham reports for USA TODAY.        
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The biggest VR and AR announcements of CES 2018

Android Central - 15 Jan 2018 16:00
The biggest VR and ARThis year was all about polish, and that's a very good thing. As virtual reality and augmented reality continue to grow in popularity, CES remains one of the best places to see what we can expect in... the coming year. This year, in particular, we got a look at some very cool new headsets aimed at improving the overall experiences we have today. Lots of companies are eager to ditch the cord, remove the phone, and generally make it so VR headsets are self-contained wonders. In the augmented reality world, it feels more and more like we're returning to the notion that "smart glasses" for specific use cases are the way of the future. Curious to see what made CES extra awesome for VR and AR fans? Here's what we've found. Lenovo Mirage Solo Daydream Standalone is real at last! No more messing...
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The Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities hung like a shadow over the festivities of CES. What's typically a celebration of consumer electronics was instead a stark reminder of just how... far-reaching these issues are. And that's especially the case...
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Even pets got in on the actionThere's a growing list of tech for pets every year, and it's all meant to improve not just your lifestyle, but the life of your cat or dog. Here are our favorite pet wearables and gadgets we found at... CES 2018. The post Even pets got in on the action at CES with these gadgets for furry friends appeared first on Digital Trends.
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CES' sexism problem is aboutCES is a place of extremes. Each year, tech companies big and small spare no expense in coming up with bizarre ways to showcase their (often relatively mundane) gadgetry: massive tunnels made of huge... OLED displays, home appliances with built-in assistants, and weird concept cars unlikely to make it far beyond the Las Vegas Convention Center floor. But, peer behind the over-the-top displays of headline-grabbing "innovation," and there's a troubling truth that should come as little surprise to anyone in the industry: CES still fuels the sexist narratives so many have worked to change over the last year. 
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Mexico's CES 2018 presence isFor many technology entrepreneurs and startups, CES is where dreams are born. It's the place where their concepts and products are showcased to the masses for the first time ever, all with the hope to... make a dent in one of the most thriving industrie...
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