Trends to Watch in 2019
Robots helping out around the house. introducing companion robots. Samsung's Bot Care prototype could help take care of sick or elderly family members by tracking blood pressure and heart rates.

Voice command appliances are coming to everything from the refrigerator to the toilet. Countless companies announced they were adding Google Assistant and Alexa powers to their gadgets at CES

The Google Home devices to help people communicate on smart displays in hotels, so people can see translations instantly via Google Assistant when they check in and don't speak the language.

Intel is partnering with Resolve and the National Geographic Society on a new "TrailGuard AI" camera that uses artificial intelligence to detect poachers in wildlife reserves in Africa.

LG Booth curved TV screens

Beauty companies, Procter & Gamble, L'Oreal and Neutrogena are getting more serious about tech. The brands show beauty gadgets, apps and the future of their stores.

India has more people under 25 than any other country, and tech companies are racing to bring them online.


The likes of Google and Facebook have been cut off from China's 800 million internet users, leading them to pour enormous resources into India.

Chinese companies are also taking advantage of India's open economy, building commanding positions in smartphone sales and investing in the country's top startups.

Google's Anandan estimates that India will hit 800 million users by 2022.

Big tech giants want to see young urban youth from india online, for the fastest growing internet.




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