Innovative Technology Supports Online Gambling Growth

Published Tuesday, January 07, 2014 - Online-Casinos.com
Innovative Technology Supports Online Gambling Growth

The latest technology is bringing the game to our living rooms and dens in a way that we never dreamed of before. The need for speed has been conquered by the newest chips on the market for our computers and the resolution we are getting on everything from our phones to our big screen televisions is truly amazing.

Going to a technology show gives the consumer a real shot at seeing the future. They all say save your money until you see what is coming next. Sometimes the newest is just too new to be true as a note for those technophiles who are familiar with Sony’s Beta System.

Coming to Las Vegas in on January 7th until the tenth 2014 is the Consumer Electronics Show. This conference and exhibition is an international opportunity like no other. Creative networking at its best plus an exhibit and learning facility packed into a few days in one place.

The 2014 International CES® opens today as a record breaking show with more than 3,200 exhibitors across the largest show floor in history – more than two million net square feet of exhibit space – breaking last year’s previously set record of 1.92 million net square feet.

Innovation and the promise and power of technology drove this year’s preshow press events that kicked off with CES Unveiled LAS VEGAS on Sunday night with 99 tabletop displays where exhibitors provided a sneak preview of their show floor product launches.

For online gamers the show and exhibit are stunning. From a press release it was revealed Brian Krzanich the new Intel CEO had delivered a Tech Titans keynote address on Monday to highlight innovation at the ingredient level.

Krzanich explored how connected devices create immersive experiences that change the way we live, work and play. During the delivery of his address, Krzanich demonstrated a half-dozen products that seamlessly connect devices and people to create “technology experiences,” all of which will be available in 2014.

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