CES 2017: Carnival Cruise Unveils Ocean Wearable Tech and More

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Carnival Cruises Ocean wearable tech 2017

What to pay attention to at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, which hosted a press preview on Tuesday with a new estimates  for global tech spending of $929 billion:

BlackBerry is revealing its new branded smartphone and three car integrations:

Carnival Cruises showcases Ocean wearable tech connected guest experience at CES.

Cerevo‘s Taclim VR boots bring feeling to virtual reality.

Faraday Future revealed its first car: the FF 91 SUV:

Fiat Chrysler unveils its self-driving Portal minivan concept and the Pacifica EV with Google.

Honda will reveal its NeuV concept car — a self-driving EV with AI-powered “emotion engine”:

Hover Camera debuts its self-flying camera:

Hyundai unveils its driverless car:

L’Oreal and Withings smart hair brush improves your technique by monitoring with an app.

LEGO unveils $160 LEGO Boost app-based coding platform to bring bricks to life.

Lenovo‘s product reveals include a reimagined ThinkPad:

LG brings levitating speaker to CES:

Nissan gets ready for CEO Carlos Ghosn’s keynote:

Qualcomm‘s news includes a new partnership with Volkswagen’s Moia mobility unit.

Samsung will reveal its QLED TV, a smart TV featuring quantum dot technology, among other news.

Whirlpool continues its “Every day, care” campaign while revealing its new appliances.

 

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