The annual Consumer Electronics Show, a hub where innovation enthusiasts converge from around the world took place on Jan. 6-9, 2015,at the Las Vegas Convention Centre. The convention was attended by 170,000 people, with 3,600 exhibitors, which combined to make this year’s CES the largest since its conception. If you’re wondering what you missed out on, three of our bloggers reported live from the event. Check out their thoughts and findings below:
International CES smashes records with IoT having significant impact
The Internet of Things are increasingly proliferating technology and devices that we use every day, according to Stephen Iberaki, who also acted as a guest judge for the Kay Family Foundation Appreneur Scholars.
As vehicles continue to be the object of innovation and a popular sight at the CES, Yogi Schulz explores how safe these advancements are as additions to busy roads and distracted drivers.
Belts, buckles, and business cards: sensors are in everything at CES 2015
Catherine Boivie, an itbusiness.ca blogger takes a critical look at the functionality of sensors that seem to be popping up among smart objects at the CES.
The Last Gadget Standing winners are true innovators
Yogi Schulz is clearly impressed with the 2015 Last Gadget Standing contestants. He covers the winners and finalists and shows us some truly creative inventions.
CES: Why would anyone on earth possibly want these products?
Yogi Schulz contrasts his previous blog with a review of what he considers to be the most useless products at the CES.
Catherine Boivie puts together her own tongue-in-cheek awards for yet another set of baffling CES gadgets.
Does CES offer any value to businesses?
Contrary to wide belief, the CES is not simply a circus of gadgets. Yogi Schulz talks about how many of these inventions can be incorporated into streamlining business processes.
Wrap-up of the CES with amazing transforming technologies