Why CES Still Matters [Headlines]

Why CES Still Matters [Headlines]
technology

The annual event is still the world's largest platform from which to launch major products, and therefore is still valuable for marketers.

Sam McNerney
  • 10 january 2012

Just as my Twitterstream is about to be overrun by hangover-induced tweets from the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, former tech scribe for The Journal Nick Wingfield who’s now toiling for The New York Times, yesterday presented a sobering view of the last standing major consumer electronics confab on the planet. Forbes

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