CES 17: Everything you need to know

CES is an event held annually typically at the start of each calendar year where tech companies from of all over the globe gather under a single roof to showcase what they’ve been working on. For the last several years, the CES conference has been held in Las Vegas, Nevada with simultaneous satellite events happening in large cities located around the world. This is the only event of the big trio (CES, MWC, IFA) that is held in the United States each year. Here’s a recap of what we got.

CES 17 has now concluded. Each and every year, some of the biggest announcements are made at this very event. It’s where manufacturers have a shot to connect with media and consumers to showcase their latest tech.

Most of the time, but not always, the tech unveiled at this show releases in the Spring, just prior to the start of Summer time. Here are all the major happenings that took place.

**Following each company are stories, click them to be redirected.  

Samsung

~ What to expect ~ 

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Samsung Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 (2017 Editions) are announced with water resistant designs and enhanced cameras

 

LG

~ What to expect ~ 

~ Official ~

LG announces new mid-range Stylo 3 smartphones at CES 2017

 

ASUS

~ What to expect ~ 

~ Official ~ 

ASUS officially reveals the ZenFone AR and ZenFone 3 Zoom: Here is everything you need to know

ASUS announces a new and more powerful Chromebook Flip (C302), priced at $499

 

NVIDIA

~ What to expect ~ 

~ Official ~ 

NVIDIA announces new SHIELD TV and Spot device at CES 2017

 

T-Mobile

~ What to expect ~ 

~ Official ~ 

T-Mobile introduces new One plan at its ‘Un-carrier Next’ event during CES 2017, does away with hidden fees

 

Lenovo / Motorola

~ What to expect ~ 

~ Official ~ 

The Lenovo Smart Assistant is a new Amazon Echo competitor

 

Huawei

~ What to expect ~ 

~ Official ~ 

Honor 6X officially announced: Here is everything you need to know

 

Other

~ Official ~ 

Android Wear has hope, new Casio WSD-F20 is official, is the first to run Android Wear 2.0

Long-rumored BlackBerry smartphone code-named ‘Mercury’ made official by TCL, well sort of

AirTV is a new Android TV set-top box made by Dish, priced at $99

Qualcomm talks about the Snapdragon 835, teases upcoming Android Wear smartwatch by Swarovski

The Google Assistant is coming to Android TV

RunIQ is a new Android Wear timepiece from New Balance

 

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Event Information
Title
CES 17
Start Time / Date
January 3, 2017
End Time / Date
January 7, 2017
Location
Las Vegas, Nevada
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