Guangdong, China-headquartered Huawei recently unveiled its flagship phablet, the Mate 9, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Huawei Mate 9 isn't a brand new device as the company launched it in November 2016 in Berlin. At CES 2017, the company announced the availability of the phablet in the United States as well.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 to be held in Las Vegas next week, several interesting and attention-grabbing audio products and technologies will apparently be showcased by some bigwig audio companies.
With the market for audio devices being quite huge worldwide, it is speculated that audio-related announcements and unveilings at the CES 2017 event will include the introduction of high-quality smart speakers, wireless airbuds which channel hearing aids, as well as some other enthralling new ways to listen to music.
The consumer electronics show or the CES 2016 in Las Vegas this week is likely to see some low dollar 4K HDR TVs. Hisense Co Ltd, the Chinese electronics manufacturer is topping the show with 43-inch 4K sets for as low as $400. The company's 50-inch model is priced at $550 and both are smart TVs.
The company is offering a 50-inch H8 series 4K TV priced at $600, just $50 more than the $550 H7 series set. It also includes features like local dimming.
Though he has survived his fall of almost 40m while he was working at the MGM Grand casino on the marquee in Las Vegas, Charles Schueler is hospitalized and is in a critical condition. He was found at a casualty ward of a hospital on Wednesday morning by the officials at Young Electric Sign Company, the firm he has been working with for the last six years.
A Las Vegas hospital named Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital had been cited for patient `dumping'. It has been uncovered lately that a disciplinary action has been taken against the same by federal authorities.
The hospital had improperly sent newly discharged psychiatric patients to neighbouring California by bus. Also, patients were sent to other states in a "patient dumping"-named practice.
2nd Avenue Deli has certainly won its appeal in the battle that it was running over the "latke" versus the cheeseburger fight in the court. The ruling from the federal judge has come recently clearing that both cannot be confused.
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