CES 2018 wrapped after dazzling the world with a glimpse into the future. More than 3,900 exhibitors showcased world-changing technologies that spanned more than 2.75 million net square feet of exhibit space across Las Vegas – the largest show floor in CES’ 51-year history. There were 860,732 tweets about CES 2018 and 450,554 uses of the #CES2018 hashtag. From major international brands to the more than 900 startups participating in Eureka Park (home for CES startups) CES 2018 truly reflected the vibrant global tech industry. Read more.
Left: gap Intelligence hosted a CES party at Topgolf. Right: Heading down into the Aria.
Left: inmarket at C Space. Right: Alcacruz livestreaming at CES.
Left: Vewd. Right: SAMBA TV at C Space.
Left: CES Social Media Command Center. Right: Reaching 1.5 billion in 24 hours, Samsung ranked as the most talked-about brand.
CTA Center Stage
The LG OLED TV wall in the main hall.
Left: High-tech meets old school at the Victrola booth. Right: IBM Watson in the main hall.
Left: Qualcomm showcased 5G in the main hall. Right: Intel.
Left: Toshiba. Right: Samsung's booth had more bling than the Las Vegas strip.
Left: With a backup generator, Canon didn't go dark when the rest of the show lost power. Right: Panasonic's booth.
Left: Polaroid 3D printing. Right: Zink zero ink zinc-based technology.