Sony president and CEO Kaz Hirai instead spent the majority of his unusually brief CES presentation on the future of video processing, video imaging sensors, voice assistant ecosystem, and the combined disruptive potential of AI and robotics.
The HDMI LA (Licensing Administrator) hopes to publish the first HDMI 2.1 compliance test specifications in Q2 and roll out the rest in phases through Q3 and Q4, but certified products aren’t likely to be on the market this year, HDMI Forum executives said during CES 2018.
Celebrating its centenary, Panasonic presented perhaps its most expansive array of new products at CES in years.
With CES 2018 right around the corner, TWICE spoke to Steve Koenig, senior director, market research, Consumer Technology Association (CTA), about trends and highlights visitors can expect from CES 2018.
Research firm Juniper Research dusted off its crystal ball this month and released what it’s predicting to be the top 10 tech trends of 2018.
Helped by recent price cuts, shipments of higher-end VR headsets that must be connected to PCs or gaming consoles exceeded 1 million units for the first time in Q3 2017, according to an analysis from Canalys.
Toshiba is selling its TV production, brand, R&D and operations to Hisense Electric Co., Ltd, a publicly listed subsidiary of Hisense Group.
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