The Newest Launches Every Year At The CES: 2010 To 2019
While CES is all about the future and new innovations, let us not forget the past where there have been plenty of headlines. In CES 2010, the battle between iOS and Android continued while Motorola “Backflip” smartphones and Dell smartbooks made the news.
Nvidia and Ford talked about early smart car visions. The next year, at the CES 2011, Spotify and other cloud-based music services gained popularity. Unifi by RealNetworks was the first in the game. This was also the year when 4G made the first rounds.
In CES 2012, Nokia launched its first Windows Phone-powered smartphone. Samsung made the news for its Samsung TV that integrated DirecTV without a box. The year after that, Nvidia Shield, Oculus Rift, and Pebble Smartwatch were launched.
At CES 2014, wearable tech was the theme. Google partnered with Audi, GM, Hyundai, Honda, and Nvidia. This was also the year where Netflix started off. CES 2015 saw the roll-out of smart home devices, the “Works with Nest” program, Apple’s HomeKit, improvements in AI-based technology, and of course, Mercedes Benz F 015, a concept autonomous car.
At CES 2016, Netflix expanded while CES’s major theme was taken by automotive tech. CES 2017 was dominated by Amazon’s Alexa and its Echo speakers. The very next year, Google Assistant took over CES 2018 with its devices and AI. At the end of the decade, at CES 2019, we saw new smartphones, more security measures, and tons of products from Chinese manufacturers.
Other themes last year included more advanced media streaming that moved further away from being tied to large and expensive middleware (the only expensive hardware that matters being the big TV screens).
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