CES is a beast. A monster that cannot be tamed.
One of the biggest trade shows on the planet, Consumer Electronics Show hits Las Vegas this week. And I mean hits like Holyfield, with 182,000 attendees, 2.5 million square feet of exhibition space, and 24 categories from drones to sleeptech to smart cities to driverless cars.
Of course, last year my driverless car demo didn’t … drive. Perhaps it will this year.
Here are the 13 things that I — and some of the technology leaders I asked — are expecting at this year’s CES.