While CES is one of the largest and most high-profile trade shows in the world, its beginnings were decidedly more humble. The first Consumer Electronics Show kicked off in
Not every product — or even most products — at CES turn out to be winners, let alone technology classics. The Palm Pre smartphone was the apple of the tech world’s eye at CES 2009, but failed to catch on with the public. At CES 2012, ultra-books were the toast of the tech media. Now they’re just toast, from a market share perspective. The history of CES is full of products that generated a tsunami of hype, before drowning in unmet expectations. Technology entrepreneur
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