5 Things We Learned From This Year’s CES

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By Kirk Miller I mean this in a nice way: It’s probably good that CES, the annual consumer tech convention in Las Vegas, was basically a ghost town in real life. While not good news for vendors or other workers who rely on crowds of people, we are still in the midst of a pandemic. And even with several companies pulling out of the truncated event — which ran officially from Jan. 5-7 — there were still plenty of new gadgets and tech trends to discuss. (Note: We did not attend in person.) Without further ado, a few interesting CES developments: The big news involved screens, in all sizes, shapes…

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