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The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, is held every year in Las Vegas. It’s typically the largest event of its kind and the trends seen there are a harbinger of what’s to come in the months ahead in areas such as televisions, laptops, streaming content, health and fitness, smart homes, and transportation. Due to COVID-19, The Verge will be covering the event remotely. As some companies drop out and others forge ahead, it promises to be a memorable event.

The Galaxy S21 FE officially joins Samsung’s crowded midrange lineup

LG announces its largest and smallest OLED TVs ever as part of 2022 lineup

This smart collar wants to be an Apple Watch for your dog

Hands off: Moen’s new smart faucet doesn’t even need a handle

Netgear is turning its connected picture frame into a display for NFTs

Netgear thinks you’ll pay extra for ad blocking on its Orbi routers

Withings’ new scale has a retractable handle that measures EKGs and segmented body composition

Sengled’s newest smart bulb can track your heart rate

Samsung’s C-Lab program brings dehumidifier earbuds to CES 2022

Sleep Number wants you to grow old in its smart beds

The secret weapons in Arlo’s new security system are the all-in-one sensors

Acer’s new Chromebook Spin has a bigger screen but shorter battery life

L’Oreal’s newest gadget takes the mess out of coloring your hair

Comcast’s new router includes Wi-Fi 6E, Zigbee, and Matter

Mercedes-Benz unveils sporty, ultra-long-range Vision EQXX electric concept car

The German automaker claims improved aerodynamics and battery efficiency allows for 1,000 km of range

Eve adds a smart floodlight cam and smart shades to its HomeKit portfolio

Kohler can now run you a bath with just a voice command

Alienware’s Concept Nyx aims to let you cast your PC games to any screen you own

Samsung’s latest Frame TVs have a matte screen that looks and feels more like real art

Samsung promises ‘groundbreaking’ new TV feature: NFT support

Samsung’s new TV remote uses radio waves from your router to stay charged

Samsung’s 2022 TV lineup has big software changes, smaller hardware upgrades

A redesigned home screen, more HDMI 2.1 ports, but still no Dolby Vision

Samsung’s new smart monitor can control your IoT devices, stream games, and more

Samsung announced a smaller 4K version of its curviest, best-looking gaming monitor

CES 2022 will close a day early because of COVID concerns

Intel and Samsung’s new demo shows how blisteringly fast a PCIe 5.0 SSD setup will be

BMW, IBM, Panasonic, and Mercedes to skip planned in-person events at CES 2022

Wondercise Studio wants to replace Zoom for connected fitness classes

CES 2022 in-person exhibitor list continues to shrink: BMW cancels media events and Mercedes is out

CES 2022 will introduce HDMI 2.1a, another confusing new spec

Brace yourself for yet another new HDMI standard

You’ll see even more Roku TV Ready soundbars in 2022

LG says next-generation OLED EX technology delivers improved brightness and accuracy