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CES 2017 included almost four thousand exhibitors, literally hundreds of thousands of products, and exhibit space equal to more than 30 football fields. Picking a handful of products from this overwhelming display was a daunting task. Our 2017 picks are the combined efforts of Tech50+ Editor-At-Large John Quain, Contributing Editor Linda Moskowitz, and Chief Content Officer Gary Kaye. Read More...

At CES 2017, wearables had a dedicated marketplace of more than 80 exhibitors. In addition, wearables were showcased across many other subcategories, including health and wellness, sports tech, sleep tech, and family and baby tech, totaling more than 250 exhibitors. We are indeed seeing a digitization and democratization of healthcare, which is becoming a central theme for wearables, very much in line with the findings in Tractica’s Wearable Devices for Healthcare Markets report. Read More...

CES 2017 (the Consumer Electronics Show) has come and gone once again, bringing with it the newest wearables, state-of-the-art tech platforms, robots, and all things IoT. And as connected devices displayed their illustrious potential throughout the event, they also come as an indication of parallel efforts to come from cybercriminals. Meaning, as technology evolves, so do cyberthreats—a topic area that I was able to explore with event attendees during the Cybersecurity Forum panel, “Evolving Threats in a Connected World.” Read More...

Futuristic fashion was on display at this year’s CES in Las Vegas. Project Runway alum Nick Verreos hosted a mini-runway show on the show floor, featuring styles that did everything from correct posture to charge phones using solar energy. The FashionWare show also included a touch of augmented reality, with several of the models showing off the YouCam Makeup app, which scans your facial features then superimposes different makeup looks onto your digital image. Read More...