What’s the buzz at CES 2020? Weird TVs, weirder vehicles and more
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LAS VEGAS — What’s the buzz this year at CES, the consumer tech industry’s biggest annual showcase? Weird new TVs, even weirder modes of transportation and Internet-connected pleasure devices.

CES is huge — 2.9 million square feet, to be exact — but it’s no longer where the most influential tech products launch. The tech giants like Apple, Google and Amazon save the real stuff for their own events in the spring and fall. Still, we walk miles of the show floor at CES each year to hunt for emerging ideas, practical new gadgets, adorable robots and you-gotta-see-it-to-believe-it gear. (We’re looking at you, people-moving egg.)

 

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