British energy and connected home company Centrica's new study shows that Britons are "baffled by the number of buttons, symbols and switches", with "millions" too busy to read instructions, thus wasting thousands in poorly used technology in homes.
Day one of CES Asia 2018 featured keynotes from industry pioneers, product launches, showcases in 5G connectivity, AI, augmented/virtual reality, vehicle tech and more, while I have included an interview and some videos I was able to record.
New for CES 2018 are dedicated areas and focus on sports, smart cities, AI, high-tech retailing, digital money and plenty more.
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