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.
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