The consumer electronics show (CES) 2019 has begun and we are up for a treat of next-generation devices. From artificial intelligence to wireless networks, computing devices, virtual reality, foldable devices etc., everything is just way ahead of our time in the mega technology event. The event started on Tuesday and saw a number of tech giants revealing innovations that either will be part of our lives soon or will shape the future of technology. Let’s travel down this article and see some announcements that stole a little limelight on the first day, i.e. 8th Jan in CES 2019.
The New Screens
The foldable smartphones, rollable televisions, and bendable displays are all on their way to fill the markets this year and this all happened because of the change in screen technology. That is why the CES 2019 floor is full of prototypes showing infinite possibilities the new screen technology is bringing with it.
— Ben Wood (@benwood) January 8, 2019
Google Assistant To Get Smarter
The search engine giant is also ready with some magic tricks under its sleeves. The Pixel manufacturer has announced some key changes to its digital personal assistant- Google Assistant. The service will soon be available for Google Maps for Android and iOS devices. Moreover, there will be a new interpreter mode to offer a real-time translation of over 27 languages. Google Assistant is surely getting smarter but we are still expecting many other things from Google at CES 2019.
Meet the Hyundai Elevate- A vehicle walking on legs
While most of the automobile companies are busy enhancing their electronic vehicles, Hyundai has moved ahead of everyone. The company showcased a pretty unusual but impressive prototype of a vehicle that has legs. Yes, you heard it right. The Korean car maker might just have showcased the future of mobility. The hybrid built of robots and electric cars, this car is named Hyundai Elevate by the company. The car will be able to move places to places even in the most unfitting roads.
#Hyundai #Elevate, the Ultimate Mobility Vehicle (UMV), is debuting at #CES2019! Geared up with the wheels with four robotic legs, #HyundaiElevate allows users to drive, walk or even climb over the most treacherous terrain. Learn more: Press Releases | News Room | News – Hyundai Worldwide Hyundai Worldwide on Twitter
— Hyundai Worldwide (@Hyundai_Global) January 7, 2019
Flying Taxis, courtesy Bell
We will leave it for you to decide how this concept has blown everyone’s mind.
— Digital Trends (@DigitalTrends) January 9, 2019