This week, we reported over a dozen stories on news out of CES 2018, an annual conference that took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Companies gather from around the world to show their latest projects and innovations, and this year was no exception. Companies we report on often here on Droid Turf made some important announcements this week during press conferences of their own. They include, but are not limited to: Samsung, LG, Huawei, Sony, and Google.
CES is an annual trade show that is typically held near the start of the calendar year. It’s where tech companies based all over the world gather under one roof to showcase their latest products, developments and projects. For several years now, the CES conference has been held in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is the only event of the big trio (CES, MWC, IFA) held in the United States each year.
Vivo brought something very special to CES 2018 that was somewhat overlooked by other announcements. The company displayed a smartphone of its own with a beneath display fingerprint reader, the first for any smartphone.
Motorola, owned by Lenovo, introduced two new Moto Mods for the Moto Z family this week during CES 2017.
Huawei is in Las Vegas at CES 2018, and the company’s Honor division just announced full details on the Honor View10. The upper mid-range handset will battle others in its category overseas, and eventually see US availability. We had heard some rumors heading into CES 2018 about a new Honor device, and now we have one. Let us explore it in more detail.
NVIDIA was one of the first to take the stage at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. During the company’s press conference, ‘Big Format Gaming Displays’ were unveiled. These are essentially super large workstations capable of displaying games, various media and much more.
CES 2018 is a little over a week away, and LG just let out word that something new is coming to the smart home. The trade show that will begin January 8 is no stranger to smart home product launches, and this year won’t be any different.
Google I/O 2018 is occurring as we speak in Mountain View, California where developers, Google enthusiasts and media have gathered to learn the future of tech. Back in early March, the search giant announced the first Android P Developer Preview. Developers and manufacturers have been actively testing the software that’s been in alpha-like condition, in hope to eliminate bugs and issues. Today, Google is taking the platform upgrade to the next stage. During its keynote address, the company fully unveiled the next [Read More]