The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) is taking place in Las Vegas, and many cutting-edge electronics have been announced.
- CES was once the number one electronic showcase bringing in 121,000 people in January 2020 before seeing a drop after the pandemic bringing in only 44,000 attendees last year.
- The show is expecting a large surge this year, hoping for over 100,000 attendees this year.
- Tech companies have been flocking to CES to showcase new tech inventions, and many exciting announcements have been made.
Why it’s news
CES has been the showcase for new tech innovations for years, and after facing a slowdown, the show is back and debuting state-of-the-art electronics.
The show is currently underway, and several cutting-edge inventions have already been announced, and these are a few of the highlights.
Chipmaker Qualcomm is working with Iridium Satellite Communications to bring satellite services to smartphones to be used in emergencies with no cellular connections.
TikTok is partnering with Vevo for a television series on everything trending on TikTok for people to stay ahead of the trends and be in the know on everything popular in social media.
Sony and Honda unveiled the duo’s brand new EV collaboration—Afeela. The two want to take Sony’s entertainment equipment and put it into an EV, making something never seen before. The vehicle’s first prototype is set to release in 2026.
HP and JBL announced wireless earbuds equipped with a screen display on the case for easier use.
Computer giant Acer debuted a new device that could become a work-from-home favorite—a stationary bike and desk combo. The device will allow users to recharge up to three devices with power from pedaling.
Delta Airlines took to the show to announce free domestic flight wifi starting in February through a partnership with T-Mobile.
These were just a few of the many impressive tech innovations that have been debuted at CES, with many more expected as the convention continues through the weekend.