CES 2014 Fireside Chats
Las Vegas Convention Center, Central Hall, Intel Booth #7252
Jan. 7, 1 p.m. -- Internet of Onesies, Bottle Warmers and Coffee
Intel and industry entrepreneurs will discuss potential for the Internet of Things to drive human and business transformation as well as highlight areas of growth including wearables, retail and manufacturing.
Jan. 8, 12 p.m. -- Quest for Conflict-Free Technology
A conversation and moderated Q&A with Intel and social activists on the challenge for the electronics industry, as a main users of metals from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in making conflict-free products.
Jan. 9, 10 a.m. -- Putting the Pedal to the Metal to Develop the Connected Car
Intel will highlight investments and partnerships in automotive that are enabling experiences that will help keep drivers and passengers safer, better informed and entertained on the road.
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