The CES show, the largest trade gathering in the United States and the premier annual meeting of the tech industry, will not be greeting the public in January, as planned, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Instead, the organizers say they’re going all-digital, with several days of online entertainment planned for Jan. 6-9, 2021.
Good luck with that.
As a longtime attendee, with more years of attendance than I care to admit, I think the odds of success here are very tough. Yes, we can devote three days of our lives to getting to Las Vegas and roaming the show floor. It’s a lot harder to do it in front of a computer for hours.
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That said, can CES put on a great