CES (Tradeshow)

CES is the acronym for the (International) Consumer Electronics Show, one of the largest consumer-electronics shows in the world. Although it is held in Las Vegas today, the first CES happened in June 1967 in New York City and Bob Gavin, the CEO of Motorola was the opening keynote speaker for that first edition. Subsequently, CES was held twice a year: the summer edition was in New York, and the winter edition was in Las Vegas, that is, until 1998 when CES became a once-a-year show. CES has been the introduction place for key products and technologies, including: Pong (1975), Nintendo NES (1985), Tetris (1988), Compact Disc (1991), HDTV (1998), Xbox (2001), Blu-Ray (2003), OLED TV (2008).

Kate Spade Launches New Smartwatch With Vastly Improved Features
Kate Spade smartwatches have always been good to look at but their features have not been at par with other modern wearable devices. The fashion brand is rectifying that with the launch of its Scallop Smartwatch 2. It brings improved features such as a built-in GPS and a heart rate monitor. Just like other smartwatches from Fossil, this one runs on Google’s Wear OS, which provides access to services like […]

JBL Link Drive Adds Google Assistant To Your Car
You don’t need to purchase an expensive in-car accessory to get Google Assistant. JBL is offering a cheaper solution as part of the expansion of Google Assistant into its wide variety of products. The JBL Link Drive is one of those products, it brings the Google Assistant to your car.

Mobvoi TicWatch E2, TicWatch S2 Announced
#CES2019 – There are many smartwatches in the market today but if you wanted one that could be used with an active lifestyle and at the gym, Mobvoi might have a couple of new smartwatches for you. Part of the company’s TicWatch lineup, they have announced a couple of new models in the form of the TicWatch E2 and the TicWatch S2.

Sony’s Android TVs Will Soon Support AirPlay 2 And HomeKit
#CES2019 – Despite not physically being at CES 2019, Apple seems to have a pretty big presence at the event. This is because several major TV manufacturers have recently announced support for some of Apple’s platforms and services, such as Samsung who announced that their smart TVs would support iTunes Movies and TV Shows and AirPlay 2.


Moshi Launches SnapTo Magnetic Car Mount With Wireless Charging
#CES2019 – If you’re constantly the go, being able to charge your phone while you’re travelling is something you probably do quite often. This can be done via power banks, or if you’re driving, you can always use a car charger. If this sounds like something you might be interested in, then Moshi might have something for you.

The Royole FlexPai Is The World’s First Foldable Smartphone
#CES2019 – We know that many are anticipating the Samsung foldable smartphone due to the fact that for the longest time ever, Samsung was pretty much the only company to be pursuing the technology. The company did give us a bit of a teaser last year, with plans to officially launch the handset this year.

Corsair Launches Three New Gaming Mice
#CES2019 – Gaming mice can be found just about everywhere and made by just about everyone. However if Corsair is a brand that you trust and if you are interested in lag-free wireless gaming mice, then perhaps the company might have something that you might want to invest in.

ViewSonic Unveils New Elite Gaming Monitors
#CES2019 – When it comes to choosing monitors, there are monitors created for photo editing, video editing, gaming, and so on, with each monitor sporting different features that cater to different needs. Now if you’re a gamer who is in need of a gaming monitor, then you might be interested in ViewSonic’s latest monitors.

Roland’s GO:PIANO Will Come With Alexa Built Into It
#CES2019 – We’ve seen Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant integrated into many things, such as speakers, headphones, cars, TVs, smartphones, and so on. However it seems that Alexa has found a new home in a gadget that not many of us might necessarily think of – and that is a musical keyboard.

HyperX Announces New Cloud Orbit Gaming Headsets
#CES2019 – There are plenty of gaming headsets out there in the market today, but if you’re looking for a new pair and want to see what the latest headsets might have to offer, then HyperX might have something for you. The company has recently announced the Cloud Orbit and Cloud Orbit S headsets that were made together with Audeze and Waves Technology.

GE Launches New HomeKit Compatible Smart Bulbs And Wall Switches
#CES2019 – If you’re in the market for smart lighting systems, there are quite a few options to choose from. At CES 2019, GE unveiled new C by GE smart LED color bulbs as well as new smart wall switches that are compatible with Apple’s HomeKit platform, making it ideal for those looking to build up a collection of HomeKit compatible smart home devices.

Razer Updates Its Blade Laptops With NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX GPUs
#CES2019 – Due to the rapid progression that we see in technology, what you buy today can be made obsolete in the next few months. This is why if you want to futureproof yourself, buying the latest is a good way to do that, although admittedly it is pretty much like an endless game of cat and mouse.

Honeywell Announces New T9, T10 Pro Smart Thermostats
#CES2019 – If you’re looking to outfit your home with a smart thermostat, there are several options available in the market at the moment. At CES 2019, Honeywell has taken the wraps off two new smart thermostat systems in the form of the Honeywell T9 and T10 Pro, although it should be pointed out that these aren’t compatible with Apple’s HomeKit platform.

HTC Vive Cosmos Standalone VR Headset Announced
#CES2019 – One of the early limitations of VR headsets was that they were largely dependent on being tethered to a PC. This is because a PC was required to power them and also run the apps for the headset. However we’ve started to see more models launched as standalone headsets, with the latest offering coming from HTC.