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2017 CES Launches in Las Vegas where companies from all over the world will display their new products.

The Las Vegas 2017 Launches
 
- As always most of tech giants may attend at CES either to unveil their product or to confirm or steal deals that were secret.  There is possibility that we will see more new products at this year show than before, but importing thing is that they have to convince commoners and retailers as well.
 
-A start-up offering virtual reality thrills without the need of headset that more than 200 French companies at CES 2017. And because of the governments and other nations help more talent will be at the show.
 
- With the number of exhibitors registered by Chinese will shine more than other at the show.
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- Israeli police question PM Netanyahu in corruption probe.
Police as part of an inquiry into corruption allegation questioned Prime Minister of Israel.
Mr. PM denies any wrongdoing. He also told the media and political competitors to “ hold off parting”, adding: Nothing will happen, because there in nothing.”
The allegations that reported by Israeli media he has received significant gifts or “favors” from businessman. Investigators questioned the PM at his residence for about three hours, says Jerusalem Post newspaper.
 
- Giant companies still have legal problems in Europe 
Google. Apple and Facebook. Policy makers in the 28 members European Union have also become some of the most ardent critics of how Silicon Valley companies dominate much of the digital world. Apple was ordered to pay almost 13 billion, said Mark Scott.




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