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Overview

Tuesday, April 16, 2013
6-8 p.m.
Rayburn House Office Building Cafeteria (B-357)

CES on the Hill exposed more than 450 attendees, including 32 members of Congress, to the innovations driving some of today’s most critical technology policy debates.
 
Show floor highlights included AT&T’s It Can Wait virtual reality simulator, revealing how texting while driving can hinder capabilities; ecoATM INC.’s automated self-serve e-cycling kiosk, which uses advanced machine vision, electronic diagnostics and artificial intelligence to evaluate and buy back used electronics directly from consumers; Google’s display of Chromebooks and Chrome OS; LG’s 84-inch Ultra HD Television; Microsoft’s integrated technology of Xbox with Kinect, Surface Pro, and Windows 8; Samsung’s LED Smart TV and Samsung for Enterprise (SAFE) mobile security; Coyote Case’s smartphone case with a built-in decibel alarm and Dock-n-Lock’s safe driving system, preventing dangerous texting and talking while driving. Read more.


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