From 5G to 8K, AI and AR, CES 2019 in Las Vegas is giving us a glimpse into the future.
At the annual technology showcase, robots are learning to do more.
So you can.
can do less.
The folder mate can fold your shorts and pants but not your sheets, yet.
Smart Home appliances are getting smarter, like this refrigerator that tells you when you're out of beer and orders you another six pack.
And all the buzz is about 5G.
We're also gonna start talking a lot about 5G Which is going to follow 4G, is gonna bring more bandwidth and higher speeds to phones but also to cars.
Last year's 4K TVs will likely be bumping up to 8K and TV screens are getting bigger, brighter and better.
Samsung unveiled the first new display technology in more than a decade called MicroLED.
There's perfect black levels, a brighter picture, and the ability to be modular.
Tech giants Google and Amazon are here duking it out for smart home supremacy.
I think we're going to start hearing about Alexa in even more things, and Google is getting very good at the natural language part of what they do integrating it into day to day use with the platforms that they're rolling around the home There's even more variety in tech focused on health, including a sleep mask to stop snoring, a sensor that monitors your bladder's fullness for people with incontinence, and a wristwatch that can take your blood pressure in seconds.
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