It’s pretty easy for CES attendees to reach a wide variety of restaurants, but those who have rental cars can explore even more, including these five in the suburbs.
Carversteak and Brezza at Resorts World, Olives and One Steakhouse at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas and Casa Playa at Wynn Las Vegas have all opened since last CES.
The annual consumer electronics show is returning to Las Vegas after the pandemic shifted the 2021 event exclusively online.
With CES weeks away, tourism leaders are wondering if the recently discovered omicron variant will prevent people from traveling to Las Vegas’ largest annual trade show.
CES is returning to Las Vegas early next year, but the consumer electronics trade show isn’t expected to get back to its pre-pandemic levels just yet, officials said Thursday
The Drone Racing League will bring its high-speed professional drone racing circuit to Las Vegas with the DRL Vegas Championship Race, which will be held on the opening night of CES on Jan. 5.
When registrants for CES roll into Las Vegas in January, they’ll be required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 before they can attend the four-day show.
T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert is expected to discuss innovations in 5G technology and “spotlight a look into the future of how these advancements are enabling people to work, communicate and learn more efficiently.”
CES is adding space technology and food technology to the list of exhibit categories at the Jan. 5-8 event in Las Vegas, organizers said in a news release.
The Consumer Technology Association announced CES 2022 will take place for four days starting Jan. 5.
When fans are finally allowed to pour through the turnstiles for major sporting events in large numbers again, changes caused by the pandemic will make the experience different than they remember.
A CES panel on Wednesday explored space research and technology for the next generation of space exploration.
Autonomous race cars will hit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway later this year, and their design was revealed for the first time Monday during a CES Media Event presentation.
“If you’re going to be here for CES, why not be here all year around?” city Information Technologies Director Michael Sherwood said.