Next week some of the team will be making an annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), tech's biggest stage for showcasing new products in just about all categories - from the latest in flatscreen displays, to cameras, to yet to be released mobile accessories, and an increasing amount of home automation.
There's usually always something intriguing and unexpected that we'll come across, especially from smaller up and comers. Let us know what tech you're looking forward to hearing more about and we'll keep an eye out for you!
The CES is huge! There is 1.7 million square feet of exhibit space — which means you can walk around for days and not see everything. Exhibitors (over 3,000 of them) use the CES to unveil and demo the latest in technology. Some big things have been unveiled over the years from the VCR in 1970 to DVD's in 1999. CES is also where HDTV made its big splash in 1998 and where Plasma, OLED, and 3D technologies after it where showcased for the first time. I can't wait to see what new innovations are in store this year. In the meantime take a look back at our past CES coverage.
We'll be tweeting and Instagramming products and technologies that grab our attention on the show floor (both good and bad).
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Never heard of the Consumer Electronics Show, aka CES? Here are a few of our favorite highlights from previous years, spotlighting the sort of technology solutions showcased at the biggest electronics show in the United States:
• Photography Features coming to a Digital Camera Near You
• RCA's "Best of Innovation" USB Wall Plate Charger
• The Best of the Weird and Wonderful from CES 2012
• New Ways to Track Health Unveiled at CES 2012
• Better than 3D? One Screen, Dual Viewing
• The Photo Demo Booths of CES
• Capturing What You See Today, and Tomorrow
• Is This the Device That Saves Your Marriage?
• 10 Things I learned at CES 2011
• CES 2010: A Gallery of 3D Glass Galore
We'll keep our eye out for things that can truly make your life easier — such as new developments in home automation.
What do you want to hear about from this year's CES?
(Images: Chris Perez)