This year’s CES will look different than its predecessors, and not just because it’s going virtual — it’s also more diverse.
CES 2021 was held Jan 11-14, 2021. See below for full coverage of the virtual event.
Next year’s CES may not be in Las Vegas, but organizers are keeping ties to the city strong by partnering with the Review-Journal.
The timing was perfect. CES 2021 would arrive just after the LVCVA worked out any bugs in its new West Hall, but the arrival of the pandemic ruined all the coordination.
When the Consumer Technology Association returns the massive technology trade show to Las Vegas in 2022 it will offer a virtual version of the event at the same time.
Crews finished the $980.3 million building in time for CES — which was canceled — but the LVCVA now must start paying for utilities and insurance without a revenue source.
It’s months away from completion, but the entrepreneur who brought us Tesla and SpaceX in addition to The Boring Co. tunnel transit project wants to move people quickly.
LVCVA executives found there would be no financial advantage to extending the completion date of the $980.3 million project, so it will be finished as planned.
There will be no immediate return on two massive public investments — Allegiant Stadium and the Convention Center expansion — with Las Vegas seeing little after spending a lot.
Organizers of one of Las Vegas’ largest annual conventions announced Tuesday that it would be unsafe to bring thousands of people to the city.
Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, told his board of directors that the cost of the West Hall expansion will go up by probably less than 1 percent.
The controversial Elon Musk transit system at the Las Vegas Convention Center hit another milestone Thursday when a tunneling drill emerged at the west end of the line.
Shown on the floors of CES last week, products can raise or lower your body temperature and make walking more comfortable.
Appliances large and small were showcased as part of CES 2020 last week, the larger of the pack on exhibit at the Las Vegas Convention Center.