CES Convention Vaxx Rules Loses $300 Million

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Google on Thursday became the latest tech company to cancel its on-site participation in CES, one of the world’s biggest annual electronics events, according to multiple reports, following concerns about the spread of the coronavirus’ omicron variant.


CES 2022 loses another key exhibitor as Intel pulls out of in-person show


The year’s biggest tech show is increasingly moving online

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CES 2022’s exodus of exhibitors over rising COVID-19 concerns continues, with the latest withdrawal coming from Intel. The company typically has one of the biggest presences of major tech companies at the show. Intel joins a slew of other key companies skipping this year’s show in-person, which also includes Lenovo, Hisense, T-Mobile, AT&T, Amazon, Waymo, Meta, Twitter, Pinterest, and iHeartRadio.


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