We bring you the most notable innovations from the Mecca of consumer electronics!
During a session at CES 2023 in Las Vegas last weekend, a panel of experts said that 5G wireless connectivity and other smart city-related technologies may soon deliver on their promises as tech companies, local governments, and others develop new uses and business cases.
After years of hype, 5G appeared to be absent from this year’s CES. But it is still very much alive.
The company is also developing HAPTA, an accessible lipstick applicator for people with restricted hand and arm mobility.
BMW has unveiled the first car that changes body color at the global trade show CES 2022 in Las Vegas. Although it is fun to have a color-changing car, BMW decided to develop in this direction not only to delight the customers, but also because of energy efficiency, as changing the color in certain weather conditions can affect the comfort of using a car as well as energy consumption.
The pandemic has done its thing, so even the biggest annual tech fair, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), did not take place in the physical world this year, meaning that it was its first online edition in history. Attractive showrooms in Las Vegas were replaced by online video presentations, lectures and panels.