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Go Swimming with Sharks for a spot on Shark Tank at the Venetian on Thursday

CES 2018 is back up and running after a power outage on Wednesday.

The tech conference in Las Vegas continues to roll on with home entertainment on display today.


Yesterday there was a major power outage at CES in the Central Hall and South Hall bridge meeting rooms. A representative with the event has provided the following statement:

“Today at approximately 11:15 AM, the Central Hall and South Hall bridge meeting rooms at the Las Vegas Convention Center lost power. Power in the South Hall was restored within minutes, and power has now been fully restored to all areas. A preliminary assessment indicates that condensation from heavy rainfall caused a flashover on one of the facility’s transformers. We are grateful to NV Energy for their swift assistance, to our customers and their clients for their patience and to the staff for ensuring the safety and security of all attendees and exhibitors.”

There is also a Shark Tank open casting call taking place at the Venetian for entrepreneurs and startups to pitch their ideas for the chance to appear on the show.

Watch the CNET live stream on YouTube to stay up to date with all the latest trends in technology being presented at CES 2018. The live stream will kick off at 10:00 a.m. PST.

Below the YouTube, take a look back at the content strategy from Hulu and Turner on Facebook.

Three topics to be discussed at ‘Where Music and Technology Collide

  • How is streaming impacting the music business?
  • What role does VR, AI & AR have in the music experience?
  • How has technology reinvented the artist-brand relationship?
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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.