2019-01-09 17:12 by Nathalie Kantorowicz(comments: 0)
It's that time of the year again! CES has just started, and we've already seen many innovations, from the ground-breaking walking car and 10nm processor to the less obvious.
My personal fav in that department being the lo-fi yet hi-tech beautiful interactive wooden plank, described by its creator 'humans are designed to interact with nature, and we put natural material between you and the information'
7 years ago, we were already talking about flex screens, and none of these have really made it, yet.
LG raves (rightly) about its rollable TV, and unveils a scalable TV system which can provide up to 200in movie wall. Samsung will not show its Galaxy S10, but has confirmed that it will feature 5G. Google Assistant is available for your bathroom mirror, in case you wanted to watch some YouTube videos while getting ready for work.
And while 2017 was the year of Alexa in every device, announcements in 2019 are all about security in smart devices, including technology licenses by Blackberry and McAfee.
Is 2019 the year devices are replaced by technology licenses and security features, or has CES lost its edge in unveiling ground-breaking technology?