CES 2018: Innovations that impressed on Day 1
CES, the world’s biggest tech show kicked off with flying colours and tech giants from around the globe showcased their products that set the pace of tech for the next one year.
Tim Baxter, president & CEO of Samsung Electronics North America, announces at CES 2018 in Las Vegas the company's commitment to accelerating Internet of Things (IoT) adoption and making all Samsung connected devices intelligent by 2020.
Toyota's e-Pallet concept is unveiled during a news conference at CES International.
People look through Sony PlayStation VR headsets after a Sony news conference.
The Aibo robot dog is on display at the Sony booth.
The HiMirror Mini, an internet-connected smart mirror with Amazon's Alexa, is displayed during CES.
The E-Vone smart shoe is displayed during CES Unveiled at CES International Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, in Las Vegas. The shoes are equipped with an electronic device that will send an alert to medical services or family if the person wearing them happens to fall.
Junior Enrique demonstrates on the Benjilock, a rechargeable lock that uses fingerprint technology, during CES.
Mira Fertility, an ovulation monitoring system connected to a smartphone, is displayed during.
Mayfield Robotics' Kuri home robot is surrounded by attendees during CES Unveiled at CES International Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, in Las Vegas.
A Navya Autonom Cab, a self-driving vehicle, drives down a street during a demonstration.
Attendees look at the Kohler Konnect Verdera voice lighted mirror equipped with Amazon's Alexa.
The Caveasy One connected wine rack is displayed.
Sony WF-SP700N noise-canceling earphones are on display.