CES may have begun as the Consumer Electronics Show back in the late 1960s, but since then its producer, the Consumer Electronics Association, has changed the show’s official name to International CES, in part to reflect its expansion beyond TVs, stereos and appliances. At 2014 International CES, now under way in Las Vegas, that shift couldn’t be more clear. On Monday evening, for example, Audi’s Rupert Stadler made a keynote presentation, arriving on stage in a 1930s vintage Horch classic automobile.
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More to See, Less to Hear at CES 2014
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