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Google Withdraws Its Presence After Lenovo From CES 2022

Google Withdraws Its Presence After Lenovo From CES 2022

Following in the footsteps of Lenovo, Google has announced that it would not be present at in-person CES 2022. We have chosen not to have a presence on the show floor at CES 2022 after thorough study. We’ve been keeping a close eye on the omicron variant’s progress. We have determined that it’s the greatest option for our teams’ health and safety TechCrunch was informed by the firm.

A lot of companies were planning to be a part of the summit but now they are taking a step back. The growing cases of Omicron are a reason behind the same. But no one has made it official till now.

CES plans cancelled in the in-person meeting

Partway It appeared just a matter of time until Google decided to reduce its physical presence at the event on Thursday. Waymo, another Alphabet unit, had stated earlier in the day that it would not be attending the trade event in person. Google’s decision is notable not just because of its prominence in the business, but also because of the amount of money it has put in the event in recent years.

CES 2022 to have less audience today

As things stand, the Consumer Technology Association, which organises CES each year, intends to proceed with the event. CES 2022 will be in person on January 5-8 in Las Vegas with rigorous safety precautions in place, a CTA representative told Engadget.

Our digital access is also accessible for individuals who don’t want to, or can’t travel to Las Vegas. Our objective continues to bring the industry together and allow people who cannot come in person to experience the wonder of CES through digital means. Want to know more about the latest event then stay connected with us and we will keep you updated. Let us see who all will withdraw more.

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