Massive tech show kicks off as pandemic boosts spending

A digital version of the Consumer Electronics Show kicked off Monday, showcasing new innovations as organizers projected sharp growth in technology spending amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Spending on technology in the US this year will hit $461 billion this year, 4.3 percent higher than it was in 2020, extending a trend of people hunkering down at home and relying on gadgets and the internet for work, school, and socializing. Streaming television services, digital health devices, and superfast 5G mobile networks will be stand-out sectors this year, according to the Consumer Technology Association…

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