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CES 2012: A connected future
This year, CES spotted many innovations like the world's first laptop with eye control, an app to track pets and a notebook with glass encasing. CES 2012 showcased few gems that point the technology to evolve in future.
There were lots of chaos and noise at the Convention Center in Las Vegas last week and of the many concepts displayed, two were quite clear. There were Wi-Fi enables vacuum cleaners that tell you when you ought to change the filter, then Facebook apps in Mercedes-Benz and also Pandora in the refrigerator's door.
The message left by CES 2012 is that all the electronics will become a part of the seamless network soon. A study shows that 90 % of the population in the world will have internet connection within 2015 and about 50 million devices will be connected within 2020.
The experts say that the past three or four CES events were only about who will build the world's largest flat television panel and so. But this year, everybody is into the connected devices trend. All are speaking about cloud services and about connecting the electronic devices.
Among the various technologies that created the most buzz at CES 2012, the eye-tracking system of Tobii was the most attractive.