CES 2023 Wrap Up



As we wrapped up CES 2023 a week ago, it’s clear that the tech industry is as innovative and exciting as ever. From gadgets to trends, here’s what caught our attention this year.

The biggest trends from CES 2023

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023 rolled out a bunch of exciting new tech this year, but a few standout trends grabbed everyone’s attention. We saw a giant leap forward in artificial intelligence (AI), a technology that is quickly being implemented in various industries. Some of the more popular AI products at the show included a self-driving car, a cutting-edge home assistant, and even a bot-based virtual personal trainer. CES once again pushed the boundaries of our technological capabilities, featuring AI prominently in many of the new products showcased. It’s a trend to keep an eye on as it seems to continue its rapid ascension over the coming years.

The best new tech products were unveiled at the show.

This year’s tech show was packed with impressive reveals, showcasing the best in health tech. The latest health tech products boasted incredible features such as health monitoring and data storage capabilities, along with advanced ways to connect and access health information. Of particular note was an app that helps people keep track of their daily health habits and patterns, making it easier to stay on top of life-saving health measures. Of course, these were just a few of the amazing new devices revealed at the event.

What we can expect to see more of in the future

With the rise of self-care, we can expect this trend to stick around. As self-care has become more and more accessible, people are actively taking steps to prioritize their mental and physical well-being. We can anticipate that self-care initiatives will continue to gain traction as self-care becomes increasingly normalized and embedded into our day-to-day lifestyles. This could range from self-care routines at the beginning of each day to self-care activities throughout the week, like yoga classes or spa treatments. In addition, new self-care products are sure to hit the market to meet consumer needs and further expand self-care.

How CES has changed over the years

CES has come a long way from its origins. These days, more and more companies are making an appearance in Las Vegas each year to show off the latest and greatest tech gadgets, as well as more apps and web products that have been gaining traction in recent years. There is currently more focus on innovation and startups than ever before, allowing more opportunities for companies of all sizes to showcase their offerings. It’s clear CES continues to evolve each year; what started as a focused electronics event now spans into every kind of technological arena imaginable.

Tech Podcast Network Coverage of CES

Tech Podcasts Network coverage of the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is always hot, and this year’s live coverage was more exciting than ever. From live interviews with first-time exhibitors to well-established companies the discussions on the newest emerging technologies. The live commentary from experienced hosts hit all-time viewership simulcast to nearly a dozen platforms.

We have more coverage coming but so far everything From 8K TVs and foldable devices to more sophisticated health monitoring tools, it’s clear that technology is only going to become more integrated into our lives in the coming years. We can’t wait to see what else comes out of this year’s show and how these new products will change the face of consumer electronics.

About geeknews

Todd Cochrane is the Founder of Geek News Central and host of the Geek News Central Podcast. He is a Podcast Hall of Fame Inductee and was one of the very first podcasters in 2004. He wrote the first book on podcasting, and did many of the early Podcast Advertising deals in the podcasting space. He does two other podcasts in addition to Geek News Central. The New Media Show and Podcast Legends.


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