Intel and Google, following Amazon and Twitter, refused to personally attend CES in 2022

CES 2022 will be held in Las Vegas in early January.

On December 23, Intel announced that it would participate in the exhibition remotely, writes The Verge, and on December 24, Google refused to be present in person.
Amazon, Meta, Twitter, Pinterest and other companies will miss the offline CES 2022 exhibition due to the newly growing threat of Covid-19. Some companies will participate online, and some organizations have decided not to participate at all.
According to the organizers of the exhibition, 42 companies refused to participate, but 60 new ones joined instead.
In 2021, the event was completely held online due to restrictions during the pandemic. In 2022, the organizers invited only those vaccinated from Covid-19 to the offline event. The online program will be held in parallel with the full-time one.
CES is an international exhibition of technologies and electronics, where startups and large companies demonstrate their vision of the future – machine concepts, new technologies, robots and other devices.

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