With World of Concrete and the SHOT Show conventions this week and NAB around the corner, the meetings industry assesses what the attendance outlook will be in 2022.
Nearly 1,000 unopened boxed meals from Consumer Electronics Show were given to nonprofits with community meal services on last Friday.
Executives from Samsung Electronics were returned to South Korea on two charter flights from Las Vegas and health officials can’t confirm if infections occurred at CES.
While the more than 2,300 booths were spread across several venues on the Las Vegas Strip, some were bound to get more traffic than others. Check out five booths that turned heads on the trade show floor.
For the first time ever, cars raced head to head at speeds of up to 160 mph in the Indy Autonomous Challenge at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Massive tech convention smaller this year, but still big on innovation
The remaining Abbott BinaxNOW COVID-19 Self Test kits that were given out free at CES are being donated to the Southern Nevada Health District for public distribution.
International participants took elaborate steps to arrive in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic. Participating in this year’s CES show was key to their businesses’ goals.
From video games you can literally feel to the latest in smart baby products, here are a few of the coolest gadgets that stood out on the CES floor this week.
Speaking at CES’ Thursday keynote address, the transportation secretary explained how government should work with entrepreneurs to keep the public safe when they travel.
Smart city technology helps cities tackle dangerous driving and extreme weather, but Las Vegas officials and tech firms have more ambitious plans of what the technology can do.
Pandemic leaves Southern Nevada’s tech and consumer electronics convention smaller than usual — but still darn big.
Perrone Robotics’ vehicle indpendent retrofit kit is one of many autonomous vehicle solutions unveiled at CES 2022 in Las Vegas.