- In the final tally of the show, Amazon Alexa reigns as the ‘Grand Winner’, and they didn’t even have a booth. Quartz summarises the best in show
- One of the biggest brand stories was from Mattel who launched a kid-focused Echo alternative which is due to launch June 2017. Our children will use these technologies from a very early age as more competitors come into the market
- BBC discusses how Alexa’s win at the show will benefit Amazon
- Nvidia has grown their business through partnerships with Facebook, Google, and Audi to name a few. In turn they have become the core business of every other tech company of size and significance. Tech Crunch take a look at how their partnership strategy has worked
- The automotive industry continues to push the boundaries of technology forward and the show saw hologram displays and smart home integration as well as new concept cars
- BBC questions tech’s obsession with sensors with CES giving you insights to problems you never knew you had
- Robots were everywhere and here are 4 robots you might want in your home. Our money is going to Kuri
- HTC wants to drive the VR revolution by introducing a subscription service: ‘The Netflix for VR’
- A digital sole which learns your running patterns and adapts to support you during terrain changes, or if you began to pronate due to tightness of muscles
- A mechanisation of a human being came in the form of the exo skeleton which has the promise to give mobility to the disabled.
- For a full run down on the coolest gadgets in the show read our round up here
- The show has just finished so deep reads are limited. Here’s our own thoughts on What the rapid proliferation of virtual personal assistants at CES mean for product development?