CES 2022 starts to fall apart as T-Mobile, Amazon, and others bail on in-person conference

Sean Hollister

The Verge


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Amelia Holowaty Krales

Another year, another gigantic tech tradeshow that looks like it may be falling apart as the COVID-19 pandemic continues — now that T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert, one of the Consumer Electronics Show’s featured speakers, has publicly announced that his company won’t be attending the world’s largest electronics show next month. Amazon has also decided not to attend the show in-person, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.

I’m sorry we’ll miss seeing everyone at CES this year, but we are prioritizing the safety of our team and other attendees.

Our statement here: https://t.co/WAIkFYMzc7

— Mike Sievert (@MikeSievert) December 22, 2021

T-Mobile, Meta, Twitter, Pinterest, and iHeartRadio have all announced this week that they won’t attend this...

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