Social Media Presence Increased At CES 2013
The CES 2013 has ended, but the presence of media, both news and social, has increased at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, according to CES.
That CES report suggests that Google+, Facebook, Twitter and Instragram has significantly increased the promotions of CES 2013 throughout the world and in making the attendees stay more informed and connected than ever. These social networks had utilized the power of tweets, informational updates, exclusive contents, and sharing pictures and videos throughout the duration of the 2013 CES event.
Meanwhile, the news media coverage for the event include names such as MSNBC, the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Las Vegas Sun, CNN, CBS Interactive, CNBC, Huffington Post and Mashable.
Furthermore, some of the tech news coverage were provided by CNET, Laptop Magazine, Venture Beat, TechRadar, All Things D, PC World, The Verge, Gizmodo and Engadget.
Additionally, innovative keynotes were given by CEA, Samsung Electronics, Panasonic Corporation, Verizon, and Qualcomm Inc.
Former U.S. President William "Bill" Clinton was also one of the notable guest speakers that graced the event, as well as Steve Ballmer of Microsoft Corporation.
CES also claims that this year's International Consumer Electronics Event opens with a record-breaking show in terms of attendance, exhibitors and products.