The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place online for the first time in its 54-year history, serving as a window to the near future.
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Bigger, thinner and brighter By Marc Saltzman For self-professed geeks such as yours truly, the annual Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is simply nerdvana. We’re talking nearly three million square feet of showroom floor space—the equivalent of about 55 football fields—all devoted to upcoming gadgets…
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Summer is in full swing—time for the great outdoors at the cottage, or “glamping,” and adventure-filled road trips with friends and family. But just because you’re spending more time with Mother Nature doesn’t mean your high-tech companions have to be left on the shelf. There is a number of ways you and the kids can have fun on the go this summer.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) —the 52nd anniversary of the annual convention, in fact—has rocked Las Vegas once again. This year, roughly 180,000 attendees come just to get their hands on tomorrow’s tech today.
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