After 2021 releases completely online, great tech trends, Consumer Electronics Show, are coming back with an abridged and abridged version this week in Las Vegas. With the absentee list that has grown since the advent of Omicron, the those 2022 will not have the splendor of pre-pandemic.
Will the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which takes place January 5-7 in Las Vegas, succeed in maintaining its role as the most important exhibition dedicated to technological innovation in consumer electronics? “CES is considered as an indicator for the coming year” World Health Organization “Demonstrates how the tech world is responding to global trends at scale, in one place,” remember Tech Crunch.
But for American tech magazine, which won’t send a reporter to Las Vegas for this 2022 issue, it’s cut short by one day due to the Omicron variant, the first and most “Muharram” From these trends, they “Fugitives from CES”.
The list of big companies that won’t come continues to grow and includes Google, Microsoft, AMD, OnePlus, Lenovo, Intel, AT&T, Meta (ex-Facebook), Amazon, BMW, Panasonic, IBM, TikTok or Pinterest. Even specialized media lack (TechCrunch, Engadget, The Verge, CNT “and other things”). recognized, There are still some big names out there. Like Samsung, Sony and Qualcomm. However, in view of the late date in
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