CES 2015 Wrap-Up January 12, 2015

The most essential thing about CES may be the show itself: The industry as a whole came together in meetings, at parties, in back rooms, and on the show floor to coalesce around tech’s dominant and increasingly intertwined themes. Before the week’s end, we picked up a feeling of what the tech of 2015 will look like, and we saw more than a couple of sparkling illustrations of what’s to come.

This is the future we saw in Las Vegas.

– The cable TV model is about to get disrupted in a big way. Years from now, the one announcement from this CES that’s likely to be remembered is Sling TV.

– Drones and 3D printers are continuing to evolve rapidly. Whether the laws are ready for them or not, quadcopter drones seemed to be everywhere at CES.

– The Internet of Things connected home is amping up, and even regular appliances are getting innovative makeovers.

– Self-driving cars hit high gear. Audi set the tone for automakers at CES by sending a car — with no driver

For more insight into what CES 2015 had to offer check out CNET.

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