One of the biggest tech shows in the world, CES, is going all digital for 2021. Hosted in Las Vegas in January of every year, CES is known for its high-profile product launches from the world’s major companies. It subsequently attracts more than 175,000 people each year, which even prior to its newfound digital plans had put the show on shaky ground amid the global coronavirus crisis.

Citing health concerns around the world’s tech press and professionals all descending on hotels up and down the strip, as well as the convention centre, all at once (surprising), the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has today announced that CES 2021 will be held exclusively online as an all-digital experience. It will instead offer “a front-row seat for groundbreaking announcements and insights from the world’s tech leaders completely online.”

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