There’s only one place to see the future of technology before it arrives: CES.
Every year, the world’s tech companies converge in Las Vegas in to give everyone a glimpse of all the new tech gizmos and trends to come.
CES is glorious tech hype if you’re into impossibly thin high-resolution TVs that are crazy expensive, levitating speakers (because why not?) and new PCs.
Hot off the heels of a year that saw devices hit peak maturity, we expected to see more of the same old (smart assistants, self-driving cars, VR and AR headsets, drones, etc.), but newer, better and faster. And we did.
With more tech products shown off than previous years, it’s practically impossible to navigate through the barrage of announcements without a proper guide. Life’s too short to waste on terrible technology. Read more…