On Wednesday evening, the Consumer Technology Association brought together some of the biggest names in tech under one roof in the heart of our nation's capital. CES on the Hill is an annual event that allows exhibiting companies to show off their latest innovations to an audience of media and government officials, while also expressing to DC lawmakers some of their policy concerns. The event, held at the Rayburn House Office Building—located just across the street from the U.S. Capitol building—gives members of Congress a unique opportunity to get up close with some of the most innovative tech companies today, like Google, Snap Inc., Sony, Samsung, and more.
Dealerscope was there to cover the action and learn a little more about what issues these companies care most about. Here's a look at some of what went on during CES on the Hill.
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