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For the first time ever, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021 is being held online. It kicked off on Monday, 11 January. The event aims to create connections and showcase the latest in robotics, smart devices, digital health and more. Some 1,800 exhibitors will be participating in the show, forced to go online-only by the coronavirus pandemic. The new format will be a challenge for one of the world's largest trade events.
In previous years, the Las Vegas extravaganza pulled in more than 4,000 exhibitors from startups to big multinationals, with upwards of 175,000 attendees.
Today is the second day of the event. As of now, at the event, Samsung has showcased a 110-inch micro LED, JetBot 90 AI+ robot. Samsung also announced Galaxy Upcycling at Home programme. Lenovo also launched the Yoga Slim 7i Pro OLED version, Lenovo also launched ThinkReality A3 AR glasses.
The Consumer Technology Association, the trade group producing the event, will also unveil its forecast and trends for 2021.
Gary Shapiro, president and chief executive of the group, said the first all-digital show would be 'showcasing the latest trends and innovation in artificial intelligence, 5G, digital health, smart cities, vehicle tech and beyond.'© Provided by Firstpost Representational Image
Digital CES is relying on artificial intelligence to match interests indicated in attendee profiles with exhibitors, hoping to put a software spin on the serendipity of stumbling upon cool products on show-floors.
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Software will recommend people or exhibitors to connect with and provide tools for online meetings or chats.
CES has more than 300 speakers lined up, and a heightened focus on sessions diving into issues such as privacy and 5G internet.
Sessions will be immediately available for replay on demand, and remain accessible until mid-February, according to CES organisers.
When the virtual show floor opens on Tuesday, attendees will be able to click into online exhibition booths for demos and chats.
Some unveilings that would normally draw crowds in Las Vegas are going ahead in the virtual space: Audi is set to launch its electric sports car, and LG will show off a large bendable display for gamers; other companies will be releasing gadgets adapted to superfast 5G wireless networks which are gaining traction.
But some analysts say the lack of in-person events has pushed many participants to the sidelines.
'A large part of the show is likely to be missing in action,' said Richard Windsor, an independent technology analyst who writes the Radio Free Mobile blog.
Windsor said health tech will be at 'the top of the agenda' for the pandemic-hit event, which he said will likely be 'a diminished experience' compared with prior shows.
Show organizers said they hope to deliver a new kind of experience which can be useful to the expected online crowd of 100,000 or more.
'CES is one of the most experiential events in the world, where attendees can actually see and touch and experience the latest innovations,' CTA spokeswoman Jean Foster said during a briefing ahead of the show.
'And while we can't recreate that magic that happens in Las Vegas, we can bring our audiences a new and unique whole digital experience.'
With inputs from AFP
Ronald Koeman could use the Supercopa de Espana to win his first title as Barcelona coach, and will at least contest his first final in the competition after his team edged past Real Sociedad in Cordoba this evening in the first semi-final.
The Blaugrana opened the scoring in the first half before conceding in the second, but managed to win their first penalty shoot-out since 1998 after extra-time kept them at 1-1.
Barcelona took the lead in the 39th minute, and it was one of the young players who’s really stepped up in recent weeks, Frenkie de Jong, who pulled the trigger. Antoine Griezmann squared for the Dutch midfielder, whose header arced past La Real’s goalkeeper and into the back of the net.
De Jong turned from hero to villain, however, shortly after the second half got underway. He handled the ball in the box to concede a penalty that La Real’s captain and talisman Mikel Oyarzabal was never going to miss.
Neither team could find a winner as the 90 minutes reached its end and then throughout extra-time, although Marc-Andre ter Stegen was on hand to pull of a number of truly outstanding saves to keep Barcelona in the game.
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The German goalkeeper was the hero in the penalty shoot-out, too, as the Blaugrana won 3-2. Mikel Merino and Adnan Januzaj scored for La Real, but Jon Bautista, Oyarzabal and Willian Jose all failed to score.
De Jong and Griezmann missed for Barcelona but Ousmane Dembele, Miralem Pjanic and Riqui Puig all converted to send Barcelona through to Sunday’s final against either Real Madrid or Athletic Club Bilbao, who play tomorrow night.
Speaking post-match, Puig, who scored Barcelona’s winning penalty, was unsurprisingly delighted, and the youngster had a surprising revelation in store in comments carried by Marca.
“There were four names and a blank space,” Puig said post-game in relation to who was going to take the penalties. “I was the first to say that I wanted to take it. I had it very clear, with a lot of desire to shoot and be able to score a goal with the first team.”
Puig has had a difficult season, with Koeman repeatedly saying that the Catalan doesn’t fit into his plans at the moment and should go on loan to gain first-team experience.
“I’ve never lost my smile,” Puig said. “I’m a pretty happy kid, that even though I don’t play things are going very well for me. I have family, health and I can’t complain at all.
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“If Ronald gives me minutes I will be grateful and take advantage of it. If not, I’ll continue working. I’ll never throw in the towel, not after so many years at the club, knowing how much it has cost me to get to the first team. Now that I’m here I’m not going to throw it away.”