More Than 50% Of Devices At CES Were Internet Connected [Headlines]
Nearly half of all electronics at the Las Vegas trade show had access to the world wide web.
More than half of the devices launched at CES earlier this month were connected. That’s according to the GSMA, a worldwide association of mobile operators and related companies. GSMA calculated that more than 90% of TVs at CES, 70% of automotive devices, 44% of healthcare devices and 30% of cameras were connected.
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