CES 2022: After Google and Twitter, Microsoft will no longer attend the event

The world's largest consumer electronic show (CES 2022) is not going to be a buzzword this year as well. The CES was being organized virtually for the past two years due to the havoc of corona. This time CES 2022 was physically planned but Omicron of the new variant of Covid has forced the CES to be held virtually this time too.

Companies cancel their physical presence: Microsoft has said that he is not scheduled to appear physically in CES 2022 to be held in Las Vegas. Microsoft has made the decision due to increasing cases of coronavirus Omicron. Microsoft has said it is virtually going to participate in CES 2022. This was first reported by The Verge.

Several companies also canceled CES plans to go in 2022: Google before Microsoft, selfie driving auto company Waymo, Meta parent company Facebook, microblogging site Twitter, Lenovo, AT&T, and Amazon have also decided not to go before which CES in 2022. All companies have said that they are virtually preferring to participate in CES 2022 instead of physical.

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