CES 2023: Dates, News, Announcements, Rumors, and Everything Else to Know

The consumer technology event of the year is happening in January 2023

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) will be back in Las Vegas again in 2023 with its annual CES (Consumer Electronics Show) event.

What Are the Dates for CES 2023?

CES 2023 will be in Las Vegas from January 5-8.

Learn more about how a digital CES will work.

In 2022, CES happened in Las Vegas from January 5-7. The digital 'anchor desk,' which debuted in 2021, was available on the CES home page to help virtual attendees navigate the event.

Where Is It Being Held?

CES happens at the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC) and an array of other locations on the Las Vegas Strip. After its 2021 virtual event, CES retains virtual elements.

In 2021, Microsoft powered the all-digital event using its cloud solutions like Azure, Teams, and Power Platform to create a virtual world for the event.

The Latest News About CES

You can always get the latest news about CES and the rest of the technology world from Lifewire News.

How to Register to Attend

Both consumers and industry professionals can attend the event. Consumers are limited to select public events; industry professionals can attend approved events and the digital floor show through credentialing.

Visit ces.tech for registration and event details.

CES 2023 Rumors

For the 2023 event, CES will focus on "human security," defined by the United Nations as access to food, health care, clean air and water, and other basic human rights. For example, the CEO of John Deere is slated to speak about the agricultural industry's role in meeting growing demands for food production.

The automotive industry will have an increased presence this year, making CES the biggest auto show in North America. As usual, major electronic manufacturers will unveil new TVs, laptops, and other tech gadgets. The Metaverse and artificial intelligence are also expected to take center stage.

What Kinds of Things Are Usually Announced at CES?

CES began in 1967 and has created a reputation for being the place for new tech announcements. In 1970, for example, CES showed a prototype of the videocassette recorders. Twelve years later, the eight-bit Commodore 64 launched at the event. DVDs, HDTV, Xbox, fitness bands, Blu-ray discs, 8k TVs... the list of innovative tech first shown at CES goes on and on.

In 2020, CES hosted more than 4,400 exhibitors and covered technologies from artificial intelligence and 5G to sustainable tech trends.

CES tends to be mainly about home entertainment announcements. In 2022, keep an eye out for more 8k innovations, increased virtual assistant and streaming device (like Roku) integration into all kinds of products, more OLED and ULED televisions, more new trendy cameras, and lots and lots of new audio options.

Don't expect to see much involving new smartphones, though. While a few things might surface, most companies wait to make a big competitive splash with new phone models during Mobile World Congress (MWC), an annual industry event in Spain that focuses on all things mobile. Apple and Samsung, in particular, tend to either use MWC for announcements or host launch events.

Keynote and Other Speakers Confirmed for 2023

Over a dozen speakers and keynote addresses have been announced for the 2023 event:

  • Dr. Lisa Su - Chair and CEO, AMD
  • Oliver Zipse - Chairman of the Board of Management, BMW AG
  • John May - Chairman and CEO, John Deere
  • Gary Shapiro - President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)
  • Kinsey Fabrizio - Sr. VP, Membership, Sales, and Marketing, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)
  • John T. Kelley - VP, CES and Acting Show Director, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)
  • Ed Bastian - CEO, Delta Air Lines
  • Laura Jones - Chief Marketing Officer, Instacart
  • Michael Kassan - Chairman and CEO, MediaLink
  • Travis Montaque - CEO, Group Black
  • Carlos Tevaras - CEO, Stellantis
  • Dr. Vidya Raman-Tangella - Chief Medical Officer, Teladoc
  • Dr. Susan Turney - CEO, Marshfield Clinic Health System

CES always has exciting keynote speakers, and 2022 was no exception. Samsung's keynote centered on its vision for an Age of Togetherness. General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra also presented digitally, speaking about the company's all-electric future. U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will also offer digital remarks about transportation and tech, followed by a fireside chat with Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon and CTA's Jean Foster.

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