LG Electronics announced it plans to actively participate in U.S. broadcast trials of the ATSC 3.0 next-gen TV standard at CES 2018 this week.
Five federal policymakers offered their familiar visions of core regulatory issues, including spectrum policy and net neutrality, during CES sessions.
At a CES panel on Tuesday, panelists discussed that even though the media landscape is continuing to evolve, TV remains a major factor, particularly when it comes to advertising.
Although the weather outside the Las Vegas Convention Center was nothing short of frightful—more rain than anyone can remember in decades—this did nothing to dampen the spirits of scores of individuals who joined together inside to mark the delivery of the complete set of ATSC 3.0 DTV transmission standards.
Adding new meaning to the ubiquitous “smart television,” LG, Samsung, Sony and other manufacturers unveiled plans to put artificial intelligence capabilities into future displays, including deals with Amazon, Google and others to integrate their voice-response personal assistants into various devices.
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.
CES attendees will get a sneak preview of what Philips has up its sleeve for 2019, as the company’s North American licensee, Funai Electric, has announced that it will demonstrate Philips TVs that have integrated Technicolor HDR.
Whether a bottle of champagne will be popped remains to be seen, but ATSC is planning on celebrating nonetheless the expected delivery of the first complete set of ATSC 3.0 standards for deployment by the broadcasting industry next week during CES 2018.
If you can’t be in Las Vegas for CES 2018 this year there are expected to be a number of live streaming options available for viewers to get a taste of all that is going on.
3 Screen Solutions, a provider of customized software solutions and services for multiscreen digital entertainment, will be present at the upcoming CES 2018 show with its 3Ready Custom Launcher.
CTA has assembled a lineup of high-level executives from companies like Comcast, Discovery and YouTube for its C Space Keynote at the upcoming CES 2018 show.
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.