The CES 2013 event is unveiling some of the most amazing items. Some of the electronics and devices include iphone cases, 4k TV--which is a home television with amazing theater quality, and even a electric Rolls Royce. The presentations so far are a "techno geeks" dream.
Those who have Twitter accounts will notice an influx in tweets about various items displayed over the next few days. To date this years event has created the biggest range of hashtags for Twitter in the history of the CES.
Hashtags for Twitter related topics and items presented during the Consumer Electronic Association have not been tallied. The only information that has been provided by twitter thus far, is the fact that tweets about the event have skyrocketed.
Those said to gain the most from tweeting within the United States are celebrities. It is estimated that some celebrities will earn $10,000 dollars for endorsing items on Twitter. The FTC's rules for endorsements is that the tweets end with 'ad' or 'spon' hastags. The number of tweets has created a buzz on the web--the information will be analyzed and be discussed soon.