CES 2019, a gap year

The gadget show of the year showcased new tech in all categories: from health care to TVs, cars, and robots. The darlings of the past, like 3D printing and VR, didn’t get quite the same play but cars and their entertainment systems are always there as are new TVs and PCs.  The CES Innovation awards are a little like third-grade ...

Kathleen Maher

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