Lifestyle changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic will reduce attendance at CES but have driven growth and investment in high-tech products in 2022.
Thousands of companies will unveil their latest products when CES opens its trade show doors this week. On Monday evening, CES gave the media an early look at what to expect.
More than 3,000 U.S. flights were canceled Monday at airports across the nation, including at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas.
The departure of companies like Microsoft and Google from CES 2022 will result in a smaller turnout, but organizers say it will still pack a punch with the tech crowd.
Las Vegas restaurants such as Chickie’s & Pete’s, Eataly, Famous Foods Street Eats, Siegel’s Bagelmania and Wally’s Wine & Spirits can help stretch CES attendees’ budgets.
Amalfi, Joel Robuchon, Le Cirque, The NoMad Library and Restaurant Guy Savoy are some of the most expensive — and noteworthy — restaurants to be found in Las Vegas.
Blackout Dining in the Dark, Fly Pie, Sapporo Revolving Sushi, Superfrico and Tipsy Robot help prove that “whatever happens in Las Vegas, only happens here.”
Golden Steer Steakhouse, Hugo’s Steakhouse, Lotus of Siam, Peppermill and Piero’s Italian Cuisine have had long lives in a place that doesn’t exactly honor history.
The Modern Vegan, Pancho’s Vegan Tacos, Saffron The Vegetarian Eatery, Tacotarian and VegeNation offer dozens of plant-based choices of all varieties.
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.
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
United Airlines is adding 44 new flights to and from Las Vegas in January to serve an anticipated surge in demand for CES, the airline has announced.
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.