The 2017 Consumer Electronic Show (CES), January 9-12, is over and generated 670 million search results – it is by far the most important annual CE (consumer electronics) event with hectares of displays, the equivalent of years of presentations, and some of the world’s best CE companies vie for the Best of CES awards.
Intel released its Compute Card, a 95 x 55 x 5mm computer in a credit card-sized package, at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. It is designed for digital signage, All-in-Ones, smart TVs, and appliances, offering full x86 modular computing capability to previously limited devices.
Qualcomm flexed its muscles at the Consumer Electronics Show – it makes many of the ARM chips inside smartphones and IoT devices and it wants a greater say in where these devices are heading.
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