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The Hottest Tech at CES 2017

The 2017 Consumer Electronics Show is about to kick off in Las Vegas and I couldn’t be more excited. For those of you who don’t know, CES is the world’s biggest electronics trade show where tech companies unveil their plans and products for the near future. There are a number of things for consumers to look forward to—smartphones, TVs, cars, VR, cell phone tracking software, cameras, drones, and more. Below, you’ll find a list of some of my most-anticipated products, presentations, and tech that may be presented.

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Qualcomm: The big-name tech company is set to announce its Snapdragon 835—a 10-nanometer processor that will have a huge impact on the world of cell phones.


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Honda: The car-maker will present its newest creation, the NeuV. The NeuV features an artificial intelligence that expresses its emotions to the driver.


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BMW: Not to be outdone by Honda in the futuristic department, BMW is introducing HoloActive Touch. This next-gen in-vehicle control system provides drivers with an augmented reality, heads-up display—in addition to touch screens with haptic feedback.


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Drones: Drones have quickly become the go-to present for boys, both young and old. I’m looking forward to seeing what new products DJI, Yuneec, and Parrot have for us this year.


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4K TVs: Both the high dynamic range and budget tier versions are becoming more prevalent. Makers will most likely be showing off bigger 4K sets in lieu of any major creations. Expect to see 65 inch TVs become the norm and 70-75 inch ones to become more affordable.


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Wireless earphones: Apple pushed the tech forward by making its AirPods a near necessity for iPhone 7 users. Now, everyone will be jumping on the bandwagon. That will undoubtedly be good for consumers as it will drive prices down eventually.


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VR: Virtual Reality hasn’t yet made its way into every household, but the technology is trying. Look for increased presentation at CES by Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Google Daydream, Samsung Gear VR, PlayStation VR, and more.


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Auto Forward: The mobile monitoring app that’s been helping people watch over their loved ones and employees may be expanding their presence at CES this year. For those who want the best iPhone tracking software on the market today, look no further than Auto Forward.


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That’s just a hint at what will and might be featured at this year’s CES. For definitive proof, you’ll have to head off to Vegas … or read up on the show at a later date. If you’re looking for more information on mobile phone tracking software, check out Mobile Spy World, the best spyware reviews site around.


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