Having moved entirely online, this year’s CES is unlike any other. However, there’s still a ton of tech news to watch out for, and Axios has you covered with all the big news in one place.
The big picture: We are in the midst of both a pandemic and political upheaval, but that isn’t stopping the biggest tech companies in the world from sharing their latest consumer gear. Here’s the latest — check back all week for more from the Axios tech team.
Monday, Jan. 11
- New concept TVs are always a highlight at CES, and this year will be no exception, even if we can’t check them out in person. For starters, here is a rolling, transparent concept from LG.
- LG also showed a video of a rollable smartphone (meaning the display can roll in on itself and then expand when needed). More importantly, it says it isn’t just a concept but will go on sale this year.
- China’s TCL announced a range of new products, including a color rival to E-ink, new 8K TVs and smartphones, and a pair of glasses that has dual displays built-in (for watching TV, not full VR). It also showed off a rollable smartphone prototype.
- Intel has announced a bunch of new chips, including ones designed to better compete against ARM processors from Qualcomm and Apple.
Sunday, Jan. 10
Go deeper: For more on what to expect, check out this preview story.