CES 2016: The Big Technology Trends to Look Out For This Year
It was the VCR in 1970 that changed the way people watch movies and even gave them the ability to record television shows. In 1981, it was the CD player and camcorder, changing the format we listen to music and preserve family memories.
With virtual reality, connected homes and high tech cars set to take over Las Vegas, there will likely be more than one star of the show. Spread out among the 2.4 million square feet of hotel and convention center space, attendees will get a chance to interact with technology so new that some products don’t even have release dates yet.