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Jan 11, 2019
Five major trends at CES 2019: Gaming laptops, PCs, digital assistants, 5G and 8K TVsFrom gaming machines to Apple's spiritual presence, CES 2019 seems to have covered it all.
Jan 10, 2019
AMD unveils smaller and more power efficient chips at CES rival Intel and NvidiaThe Ryzen CPU chips will be launched in mid-2019 and will compete with Intel’s PC processors.
Jan 09, 2019
Google Assistant gets flight check-in mode, maps integration, more at CES 2019Some of these features will initially be limited to the US audience, eventually rolling out to all.
Jan 08, 2019
Qualcomm working with Amazon to offer more of its services through car computersQualcomm is also trying to fight its way into the market for self-driving car systems.
Jan 06, 2019
Apple takes a dig at Google and Amazon's privacy woes with an ad before CES beginsEvery person attending CES this coming week will inevitably see the ad, such is its positioning.
Jan 05, 2019
Smart TVs, gaming PCs, folding smartphones and more: What to expect from CES 2019Also expect more players to announce smart home products & integrations with smart speakers.
Jan 04, 2019
Flying car designs by Uber and Toyota to be on display at CES 2019: ReportThe prototypes won't be soaring over the Las Vegas Strip during the technology extravaganza.
Jan 02, 2019
CES 2019: Amid a decline in public trust, tech industry to celebrate innovationThe Consumer Electronics Show 2019 kicks off on 8 January to go on till 11 January.
May 18, 2018
Volkswagen's core brand to back out of the Paris Motor Show to cut down on excessive costsVolkswagen has scaled back brand presentations at traditional car shows, including Detroit and Frankfurt since the VW emissions scandal erupted in 2015.
May 02, 2018
Samsung's absence from OLED TV market has become LG and Sony's gain: ReportThe reasons: the television business was battling falling profits and the company felt LCD technology could be more profitable than high-cost OLED