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Microsoft Powers North America’s Largest Digital Tech Event

By Christine Persaud
CES attracts thousands of attendees every year, which meant finding a platform that could handle a large number of online visitors at once. The organisers also needed to find a way to translate the hustle and bustle of a show that is all about in-person connections and hands-on demos, lights, sounds, and ambiance, into something everyone could enjoy from their homes. Alone.

The Top Tech Trends For 2021, According To CES 2021

By Christine Persaud
Whereas CES tech trends in previous years have included various product categories like smart home, large-screened TVs, and wireless headphones, this year, it’s all about technologies that will foster a new way of life.

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Tech-Enabled Smart Labels Help Fight Food Waste

by Lee Rickwood
New smart labels for food, other consumer products, even industrial processes, can be connected wirelessly to sources of power and contextual information.

Virtual CES 2021 Is An Admirable Pivot, But The Show Won’t Be The Same

By Christine Persaud
I have to hand it to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), organizers and producers of CES, for pivoting so quickly to offer a full digital event this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. CES is an important event and the wonder it brings to the industry is needed more than ever this year. How will it all go? Events commence the week of January 11, 2021, so it’s too early to tell.

Reviewing the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro

By Ted Kritsonis

Huawei has proven it can make an attractive smartwatch, but the real question is whether the Watch GT 2 Pro can be one of the best options for your wrist.