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CES 2020

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The first CES of the decade will kick off Jan. 7 with an estimated 170,000 attendees from 160 countries to discuss the latest cutting-edge technologies from 5G to smart homes.    © Reuters

LAS VEGAS, U.S. -- The world's biggest consumer electronics and technology expo officially kicks off Tuesday, with 170,000 attendees expected to converge on Las Vegas for CES 2020.

The annual four-day gathering, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, will feature the latest advances in 5G, blockchain, artificial intelligence and other cutting-edge tech.

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