This is cnet and here are three major trends we are expecting to see at CES 2017.
Every year since the introduction of the internet of things, SMARTHOME products have featured heavily at CES.
This year will likely be no different, with plenty of new devices hoping to hook into your SMARTHOME setup.
Small appliances and even larger appliances, like refrigerators, washers and dryers, will likely get high tech upgrades.
The battle for control of you smart home will also heat up with Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Google, and even Samsung, potentially showing off new abilities.
lities for each of its respective platforms.
TV's will also feature heavily at the conference with manufacturers like Samsung, Sony and TCL aiming to catch your eye with newer display technologies like 4k, HDR and quantum dot.
A focus on streaming services is likely, and we might also see new folding or roll up screen demonstration.
Electric and self driving cars will make a bigger footprint than ever before at CES 2017.
Automakers Fiat Chrysler, Ford, Hyundai, BMW, Nissan, and Toyota all plan to be at the show.
Hopefully with new announcements or updates on upcoming vehicles.
We also expect Sarah Day to talk about an official production model which it tinted up previously in a teaser image.
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