Coverage of the Coolest Updates from Las Vegas Electronics Show

Coverage of the Coolest Updates from Las Vegas Electronics Show

The Consumer Electronics Show floored its audience in an entertaining, flashy show of the future in Las Vegas.

Sony excited crowds with a fast-paced series of presentations on some of the newest technologies it plans to release in the near future. One of Sony’s 2015 releases is a smart TV that runs on Android. Sony also introduced the new 4K Handycam for active users, and a Smart B-Trainer fitness band for your head.

Samsung began its presentation with a big announcement: it has developed microscopic ePoP sensors that will drive the future of the internet of things. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used to describe the interconnection between the existing internet infrastructure and physical devices. Samsung plans to implement its sensors in everyday objects.

Samsung energized its audience with a relatable example. If you are watching a movie and you need a snack, the sensors will automatically pause the movie the instant you stand up from your seat. You don’t have to do a thing. Samsung has bold plans for the future of IoT.

Not to be outdone, BMW demonstrated a new feature that will make will make walking to your car in the winter a thing of the past. Using Samsung’s smartwatch, Elmar Frickenstein, a senior vice president of BMW, showed off a service that allows you to control your car from your smart device. With a simple command, Frickenstein’s BMW came to pick him up in the middle of the car park.

“Handy for those moments when you forget where you parked,” a twitter fan commented.

 

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