10 Mobile, PC Companies Poised to Make a Splash at CES 2018

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10 Mobile, PC Companies Poised to Make a Splash at CES 2018

CES 2018 will once again play host to some of the most important mobile and PC product announcements of the year when the show convenes Jan. 7 in Las Vegas. Many major mobile device makers, Samsung, Sony, and LG will attend the show to unveil their latest devices. There will also be plenty of news about 5G wireless, self-driving cars as well as virtual and augmented reality technology. But it's likely the latest mobile device and PC news that will get the most attention at CES. Read on to find out which companies are likely planning big things for CES 2018.CES 2018 will once again play host to some of the most important mobile and PC product announcements of the year when the show convenes Jan. 7 in Las Vegas. Many major mobile device makers, Samsung, Sony, and LG will attend the show to unveil their latest devices. There will also be plenty of news about 5G wireless, self-driving cars as...

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Qualcomm, 5G Wireless Will Share the Spotlight

Although its full deployment is still years off, 5G will feature prominently at CES. Qualcomm, Ericsson, and countless others are expected to showcase the latest development and demo 5G’s speeds, responsiveness, and flexibility.

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Samsung Products Will Abound

Samsung is a perennial heavyweight at CES and that should be the same in January. Look for the company to announce new televisions, wearables, and computers. There’s also a good chance that the company will introduce one or more mobile handsets, including the long-rumored Galaxy X foldable smartphone.

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Google to Deliver Something New

Now that Google acquired HTC’s smartphone group, the company is expected to make a splash at CES. Google could also announce some new Chromebooks at the show and will likely talk about its initiatives in the living room with devices like Chromecast. Virtual reality and augmented reality could also feature prominently in its presentation.

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Sony Will Vie With Samsung in Launching Multiple Products

Sony will be all over the place at CES. The company will likely announce new televisions, wearables, and mobile products, and there’s a good chance that some home entertainment devices will also make a showing. Also expect other companies to discuss Sony’s sensors and camera technology at the show — they’re considered some of the best components on the market.

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Dell Will Show Off Business, Consumer PC Models

Dell is expected to focus its CES announcements on computers at CES 2018. The company will unveil some new consumer- and corporate-focused devices, and there’s a good chance that it could unveil some power and stylish desktops. Dell's Alienware boutique PC division should also unveil new products at CES.

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HP Will Show an Expansive PC Lineup

Like Dell, HP will focus much of its CES effort on PCs. Desktops and laptops for consumers and enterprise users will feature prominently, and there’s a good chance that there will be new hybrids in its product lineup.

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LG and Its TVs

LG stole the show at CES 2017 for its gorgeous OLED televisions. And now, a year later, expectations are high for LG’s announcements. Chances are the company will announce a new line of OLED televisions with more vibrant screens. LG might also announce new home theater technologies, like sound bars, speakers, and more.

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Look for Auto-Makers to Show off Self-Driving Models

Many self-driving cars will be exhibited at CES 2018. Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota will be among the more prominent ones. But others will be on the show floor to display the latest advances in their self-driving car projects.

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Multiple Lenovo Products Will Be on Display

Lenovo could make several announcements at CES 2018. The company will showcase new PCs, of course, and there's a good chance that it will display its latest Moto mobile devices. Lenovo has also signed a deal with Google to deliver a standalone, Daydream-based virtual reality headset, which could make its debut at CES.

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Will Magic Leap's Mixed-Reality Goggles Show Up?

There's been a lot of hype about Magic Leap's mixed-reality goggles. But when Magic Leap finally unveiled the goggles on Dec. 20, the company was criticized for a poor design and not revealing much about the headset's features. Now, all eyes are on CES, where Magic Leap will either steal the show or disappoint those who had hoped for much more from this promising startup.

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Apple's iPhone Performance Throttling Stirs Debate in User Community

Apple's acknowledgement that it used software updates to throttle back iPhone performance as a way to boost battery life has stirred a debate among owners about whether the company really had users' best interests in mind.
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