The Consumer Electronics Show has gone virtual this year, but it’s still the same broad trade gathering as always. You’re more likely to find a refrigerator with feelings than a lot of gaming-specific news buried in the headlines of the event. But that doesn’t mean CES is devoid of products gamers should care about. On day one of CES, the biggest announcements involved extra-large TVs from TCL and Intel CPUs.
I’ll get to the roundup of those bigger stories after some of the smaller news items.
LG is working with Google to bring the cloud-gaming service Stadia into 2021 LG