Microsoft Will No Longer Attend CES 2022 in Person, to Stick with Digital

Microsoft is the latest big name that confirms it would no longer attend the upcoming CES 2022 show in person, as the company has decided to stick with a digital presence for obvious reasons.

Other big names that have released similar announcements lately include General Motors, Google, Intel, Pinterest, Twitter, and AT&T.

The reason is as simple as it could be: due to the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases caused by the new Omicron variant, Microsoft has decided it’s better to just avoid sending its staff to the event, as sticking with a digital version would be the safest way to do it.

“The health and well-being of our employees is our ultimate priority. After reviewing the latest data on the rapidly evolving COVID environment, Microsoft has decided not to participate in-person at CES 2022. We will continue with our digital CES plans on both the Microsoft Partner Innovation Experience and Automotive Press Kit, where we’ll highlight our partners’ newest devices, soluti… (read more)

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