CES is a yearly technology show that takes place in January in Las Vegas. CES is one of the biggest tech events of the year, and typically features multiple major announcements from various big players in the tech industry.
Each year we head to CES in full force, ready to tackle whatever may be thrown our way (and then some). We’ve seen some big announcements from CES in the past, but each year there’s always something that seems to surprise us. The show gets bigger each year, and that means more awesome tech news, devices, products, and services will be coming your way.
While Apple doesn't have an official presence at CES, you can still find a multitude of iPhone & iPad accessories and cases, as well as many homekit-enabled devices from various manufacturers.
What you will find are a slew of other devices like various smart TV’s, Samsung’s SmartThings platform and other connected home accessories, connected toys like Parrot’s AR.Drone, wearables like the Pebble Steel smartwatch, and much more.
Fiat Chrysler has announced at CES 2016 that its Uconnect system will support CarPlay in 2016 in a select number of its vehicles. Detail of that support have yet to be revealed.
Razer has debuted a new wearable entry in its lineup with the dual-screen Nabu Watch.
Stereo maker Kenwood has announced its 2016 lineup of in-car head units, including new products supporting CarPlay.
CES technically hasn't even started yet, but that doesn't mean there's not a whole slew of newness to take in.
Ring has debuted its latest product for home security with the Stick Up Cam, a wireless outdoor security camera that's easy to mount and monitor.
Griffin has introduced a trio of new color options for three of its popular desktop accessories: the PowerMate Bluetooth, Elevator laptop stand, and the Guide cable management system.
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