The world’s largest consumer electronics show CES is getting underway in Las Vegas. CGTN’s Mark Niu got a sneak peek ahead of its open on Tuesday, and so far on this media day, Artificial Intelligence is emerging as a dominant theme.
Internet-connected “smarts” are creeping into cars, refrigerators, thermostats, toys and just about everything else in your home. CES 2019, the gadget show in Las Vegas, will showcase many of these products, including an oven that coordinates your recipes and a toilet that flushes with a voice command.
One of the big draws at the Consumer Electronics Show – CES – in Las Vegas is that you just don’t know what you’re going to find. The event’s known for having some of the most bizarre technology alongside some of the most revolutionary.
The largest Consumer Electronics show in the world – CES – continues in Las Vegas. One sector gaining traction in the market is health care technology as people continually look for innovative ways to improve the quality of our lives. CGTN’s Mark Niu has the details.
Chinese companies are making a big statement at the world’s largest consumer electronics show. But there’s also some controversy. Chinese smartphone maker Huawei was expected to announce a deal to partner with U.S. carrier AT&T. But that has fallen through.
Leading tech manufacturers are gathering all week in Las Vegas, to showcase their latest products and innovations, at the Consumer Electronics Show. Standing out from the crowd this year, are all things robotic.
Samsung is launching some of the most hotly anticipated gadgets at the Consumer Electronics Show. But it arrives this year somewhat humbled after the biggest crisis in its history, the exploding batteries that destroyed its flagship phone.
It is the world’s largest consumer electronics show. And narrowing down a list of the best items on display is virtually impossible. Out of the thousands of products we saw, these are the 5 that we’d actually buy.
LAS VEGAS- A low-cost “budget” television company unveils a high-end offering rivaling the industry leaders. One of the world’s largest smartphone makers develops a new way to tap the screen. Another smartphone company produces innovation for less than $115 per device.
Follow CCTV America online and on our social media for exclusive web coverage from CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas. Producer Matt Simon (@MSimonTV) is working the floor to find all the latest tech innovations. CLICK HERE: https://america.cgtn.com/?p=107500
More than 2 million square feet of venue space are filling up with the latest and greatest technology on the planet. It’s all for the technology conference formerly called “Consumer Electronics Show.” Now, it’s simply called “CES.”
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