CES 2020: Previewing the consumer electronics show

CES 2020: Previewing the consumer electronics show

CES 2020, the giant consumer electronics show, gets underway in Las Vegas this coming week, highlighting many innovations that will soon turn up in our lives. Wired’s Editor in Chief Nick Thompson joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” with a preview.

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  1. E4T6 on March 3, 2020 at 1:35 pm

    This guy’s the real deal.

  2. 豚ポップ人間の黙示録 on March 3, 2020 at 1:36 pm

    5GNR works on millimeter wave something he left out and 5G will be ready this year but wont be common till 2022. Why because as linus showed in his video 5G can be blocked by a tree without leaves.

  3. shaa L on March 3, 2020 at 1:36 pm

    3 more days can’t come any sooner….

  4. Frank Barone on March 3, 2020 at 1:38 pm

    Notice how much of the tech revolves around everything being connected, AI, Health, 5G, and DNA. As if people haven’t given up privacy yet. Be free, be safe, be anonymous. Unplug.

  5. CIA 4GENT on March 3, 2020 at 1:42 pm

    I want to see LG C10

  6. Marianne Suesli on March 3, 2020 at 1:43 pm

    5G: perhaps in the cities this year, but not in the country…plus 5G will be most interesting in industry, not for cell phones primarily

  7. Hadouken Hadouken on March 3, 2020 at 1:44 pm

    I want 5g’s and that blue bionic dress disappears!

    – BAM!

  8. Kosmonooit on March 3, 2020 at 1:48 pm

    talking cr@p

  9. trisha oneil on March 3, 2020 at 1:52 pm

    CBS This Morning: Saturday" EVERYOEN going crazy for the #LUMIy lightblade lighting at the CES!!!

  10. ImDXpert M on March 3, 2020 at 1:53 pm

    2:40 5G is NOT a connection protocol. Please correct yourself. Its a technological evolution of mobile/wireless communication.

  11. David Heller on March 3, 2020 at 1:53 pm

    timeline contents


    • The Arctic is becoming free of sea ice


    • The Euclid Space Telescope reveals new insights into dark matter and dark energy


    • Gene therapy for deafness
    • Breast tomosynthesis is in widespread use
    • Five-year survival rates for Hodgkin’s lymphoma are approaching 100%


    • Microsoft ends support for Windows 7
    • America’s power shift is destabilising the Asia-Pacific region
    • Generation X is reshaping global politics
    • Internet use reaches 5 billion worldwide
    • Texting by thinking
    • Complex organ replacements grown from stem cells
    • The first stem cell therapy for congestive heart failure
    • A cure for malaria
    • Progress with longevity extension
    • Genetically engineered "super" bananas
    • Tokyo hosts the Olympic Games
    • Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR) has been significantly expanded
    • Completion of the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link
    • The UK has expanded its offshore grid connections
    • Smart meters in every UK home
    • Mercury pollution has been greatly reduced
    • Glacier National Park and other regions are becoming ice-free
    • Britain’s new aircraft carriers reach full operational capability
    • 30,000 drones are patrolling the skies of America
    • Mars 2020 rover mission
    • The first test flights of NASA’s Quiet Supersonic Technology
    • England’s Coastal Path is open to walkers
    • Expo 2020 is held in Dubai
    • The PlayStation 5 is launched
    • The final collapse of the Larsen B ice shelf


    • Exascale computers are deployed
    • The ExoMars rover touches down on Mars
    • The James Webb Space Telescope is launched
    • Crossrail opens in London
    • Water crisis in southwest USA
    • The world’s largest insect swarm re-emerges
    • Five-year survival rates for breast cancer are approaching 100%
    • Male birth control pills are entering the market
    • The world’s first artificial kidney
    • Launch of the Terrafugia TF-X flying car
    • The first Arabian mission to Mars
    • The maiden flight of Ariane 6
    • India’s first manned space flight
    • A rapidly changing workforce
    • Wireless electricity is reaching critical mass
    • Completion of the Shenzhen-Zhongshan Bridge


    • India becomes the most populous country on Earth
    • The ITER experimental fusion reactor is switched on
    • Germany phases out nuclear energy
    • Beijing hosts the Winter Olympics
    • Completion of the Northeast Corridor high-speed train upgrade
    • Qatar hosts the FIFA World Cup
    • China’s first space station is complete
    • New Horizons completes its study of the Kuiper Belt
    • The AIDA mission arrives at Didymos
    • The Dark Ages Radio Explorer (DARE) is launched
    • Water is becoming a weapon of war
    • Global reserves of antimony are running out
    • Nanotech clothes are growing rapidly in use
    • Driverless hover-taxis are operational in Dubai
    • VIPER mission to the lunar south pole


    • A tipping point for block chain


    • Xi Jinping extends his presidency
    • The Aerion AS2 supersonic jet enters service
    • The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope begins full operations
    • First crewed flight of NASA’s Orion spacecraft
    • Mars sample return mission
    • Asteroid sample return mission
    • Launch of the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST)
    • The Hinkley Point C nuclear power station is operational
    • The Type 26 Global Combat Ship enters service
    • Turkey celebrates its 100th anniversary as an independent republic
    • Completion of the London "super sewer"
    • Brain implants to restore lost memories
    • Luna 27 lands on the far side of the Moon
    • Driverless high-speed trains begin operating in France
    • Completion of the Stad Ship Tunnel
    • Launch of the SPHEREx mission


    • The next generation of London Tube trains


    • Vladimir Putin steps down as President of Russia
    • Open-source, 3D printed clothes at near-zero cost
    • The Thirty Metre Telescope is fully operational
    • Completion of the Square Kilometre Array
    • Total solar eclipse across North America
    • Euro 2024 is hosted by Germany
    • Paris hosts the Summer Olympic Games
    • Lunar Mission One drills into the Moon’s south pole
    • Bio-electronics for treating arthritis are in common use
    • Carsharing has exploded in popularity
    • Wind turbine drone inspection is a multi-billion dollar industry
    • Starlink reaches full capacity
    • The first probe to fly into the Sun’s outer atmosphere


    • Unemployment is soaring


    • All television is becoming Internet-based
    • Small modular nuclear reactors gain widespread adoption
    • Manned missions to the Moon
    • The Advanced Technology Large-Aperture Space Telescope (ATLAST) conducts its life-searching mission
    • Mouse revival from cryopreservation


    • Many cities are banning fossil fuel-powered vehicles
    • The threat of bioterrorism is increasing
    • Hypersonic missiles are in military use
    • Some of Britain’s most well-known animal species are going extinct


    • The Martian Moons Exploration probe collects and returns samples


    • Contact with the Voyager probes is lost


    • A billion human genomes have been sequenced
    • Human brain simulations are becoming possible
    • 3D-printed human organs
    • China is becoming highly urbanised
    • Vertical farms are common in cities
    • Solid waste is reaching crisis levels
    • Kivalina has been inundated
    • Completion of the East Anglia Zone
    • The UK phases out coal power
    • The European Extremely Large Telescope is operational
    • The Giant Magellan Telescope is fully operational
    • The first test flight of the Skylon spaceplane
    • The first manned flights from Russia’s new spaceport
    • High speed rail networks are being expanded in many countries
    • A comprehensive overhaul of the U.S. airspace system is complete
    • Railguns are in use by the U.S. navy
    • The global crowdfunding market reaches $100bn
    • BepiColombo arrives in orbit around Mercury
    • The final Avatar movie is released


    • India’s reusable launch vehicle is operational


    • The PLATO observatory is operational


    • A synthetic human genome is completed
    • Aquaculture provides the majority of the world’s seafood
    • The High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider (HL-LHC) is operational
    • The International Linear Collider is completed
    • 3-D printed electronic membranes to prevent heart attacks
    • Youthful regeneration of aging heart muscle via GDF-11
    • New treatments for Alzheimer’s disease
    • Rising sea levels are wreaking havoc on the Maldives
    • Global reserves of indium are running out
    • Italy hosts the Winter Olympics
    • Construction of the Sagrada Família is complete
    • Robotic hands matching human capabilities
    • The FIFA World Cup is hosted jointly in Canada, Mexico and the United States
    • Mars Science Laboratory is shutting down
    • 50TB hard drives


    • The BRICs overtake the G7 nations
    • Light-duty hydrogen fuel cell vehicles reach 1 million in annual sales
    • Tokyo and Nagoya are connected by high-speed maglev
    • Carbon sequestration is underway in many nations
    • The Venera-D mission arrives at Venus
    • The asteroid 1999 AN10 makes a close approach
    • The Europa Clipper arrives in orbit
    • The autopsy report for Elvis Presley is made public
    • Opening of the New Central Polish Airport


    • Completion of the Deep Space Gateway
    • Launch of the European ATHENA X-ray observatory
    • China builds the world’s largest particle accelerator
    • Printed electronics are ubiquitous
    • The UK population reaches 70m
    • British newspapers are going out of circulation
    • Launch of the ARIEL spacecraft
    • Launch of the Comet Interceptor
    • Delhi becomes the most populous city in the world
    • Los Angeles hosts the Summer Olympic Games
    • Total solar eclipse in Australia and New Zealand
    • Resurrection of several extinct species has been achieved
    • The International Space Station is decommissioned


    • Human-like AI is becoming a reality
    • Increased automation of banking
    • Close approach of the near-Earth asteroid Apophis
    • Mass application of gene drives on mosquitoes
    • Global reserves of silver are running out
    • Finland bans coal for energy use
    • Madagascar’s radiated tortoise is extinct in the wild
    • Phase 1 of the California High-Speed Rail line is complete
    • Expansion of London’s Heathrow Airport
    • Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is disappearing
    • The wreck of the Titanic has decomposed

    2030-2039 »

  12. rebecca dahm on March 3, 2020 at 1:54 pm


  13. 0397rb on March 3, 2020 at 1:54 pm

    I’m still getting 3g barely get 4g.. Bunch of foolishness

  14. jkeener1988 on March 3, 2020 at 2:00 pm

    More Android!!

  15. EliN on March 3, 2020 at 2:01 pm

    Apple is making a rare appearance

  16. Jaehong Lee on March 3, 2020 at 2:01 pm

    What if you could fall asleep faster?

    We developed a sleep aid device called ‘gosleep’ that can help users sleep quickly by using Carbon Dioxide to induce sleep!!

    If you are interested with our product, please visit Sands Expo Convention Booth(s): 53322-23

  17. Josh Boucher on March 3, 2020 at 2:05 pm

    Ummmm flexible solar panels have been a thing for years…. Nothing groundbreaking there.

  18. rebecca dahm on March 3, 2020 at 2:05 pm


  19. carsten mencke on March 3, 2020 at 2:06 pm

    No need Apps for climate change look out the window I think that’s nonsense

  20. Hank Terreros on March 3, 2020 at 2:13 pm

    It was a great show to set up. Damn, it has been two decades. Back then the communist chinese did not like to pay and they were 98% of the show. The unnamed and unlabeled electronics products were sold to us workers at the end of the C.E.S., because they said it was cheaper than returning them. At the 2000 show I remember a t.v. screen that wraped around a wide pole. A few years before I remember setting up one of the first heavy $5000 plasma screen t.v.’s. [now $100] Which a teamster later stole, and got caught.

  21. theylied1776 on March 3, 2020 at 2:13 pm

    As long as the (user) has to wear glasses or headgear, augmented reality will never be popular or to use his words, huge. 3D failed because the users refused to wear glasses.

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