Missing Las Vegas yet? CES has been doing its best to replicate the aura of deal-making and industry camaraderie that its annual in-person event is famous for, but there’s no denying it is not the same; your home office is just not a cavernous convention hall with a 50-foot screen, and no matter how well-stocked your fridge is, it probably can’t compare to the Bellagio buffet.
One thing this year’s all-digital CES is not lacking, however, is innovation. With 200 sessions and 1,800 industry-leading exhibitors, the insights flowing out of CES’s virtual venue rival that from any of its previous Vegas shows—and perhaps even more so, following a year that has been anything but business-as-usual. But for attendees whose schedules (and newsfeeds) are sure to be jam-packed, fear not, Ad Age has you covered.
You can catch up on anything you may have missed during yesterday’s sessions with our executive summary below, and if you haven’t already, feel free to check out this week’s first newsletter that recaps the start of the all-virtual CES 2021.