Transportation clearly is on the agenda at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 that kicks off in Las Vegas this week. Car makers previously have used the event to show off their futuristic ideas, but this year, the stakes could be even higher.
CCS Insight set out its expectations for International CES 2016, with wearables, augmented and virtual reality, the connected home, Internet of Things (IoT) and drones expected to feature heavily in Las Vegas this week.
AT&T is going to conduct a live, in-stadium trial demonstration of AT&T LTE Broadcast technology. And, unlike the demonstration rival Verizon conducted outside the MetLife Stadium for the Super Bowl in 2014, AT&T plans to conduct this trial inside AT&T Stadium when the Ohio State Buckeyes meet the Oregon Ducks for the first-ever college football national championship in Arlington, Texas, on Jan. 12.
Attendants at this week's International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which comes to an end in Las Vegas today, may have noticed a few more French accents on the show floor: according to Rude Baguette, nearly 33 per cent of exhibitors in the official start-up area CES Eureka Park come from France.
The Internet of Things (IoT), growth in phablet devices to the detriment of tablets, and connected cars are just some of the main trends to watch at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, according to Accenture.
Ericsson is taking the next step in the evolution of the 'connected' vehicle, teaming with Volvo Cars and sports safety equipment maker POC to develop technology to help cyclists avoid collisions.
Cox Communications has prepared for increased Wi-Fi demand expected at next month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by installing 200 temporary Wi-Fi access points from Cisco, a top executive at the cable MSO told FierceCable Thursday.
Netflix is producing the second season of "House of Cards," the original drama series starring Kevin Spacey, in 4K Ultra HD format, Chief Product Officer Neil Hunt said in a story published by Stuff magazine on Wednesday.
LG Electronics and Samsung both appear to be gearing up to launch smartphones with curved-screen displays in the fourth quarter in preparation for the holiday smartphone buying season.
Look for announcements involving motion- and gesture-based TV navigation in January, with the Consumer Electronics Association announcing Tuesday that it'll build a MotionTech exhibit at its annual convention in Las Vegas spotlighting technology companies with products that rely on motion-based technology.