Yes, it's that time of year again. CES time. The most wonderful time of the year. If you like CES. Or consumers. Or electronics. Or shows. Regardless, CES 2013 is nearly upon us. The show officially starts on January 8th, but we're already on the ground in Las Vegas, and you'll begin to see news popping in just a few days.
As you may or may not know, CES has historically been the biggest tech trade show of the year, and although this year's CES has some notable omissions (Microsoft, for starters), you can still expect a crazy flood of technology news. In fact, there's little question that over the next week or so, you'll see a higher volume of news than at any other time of the year.
For The Verge, we start with this question: how do you get all of that news to a reader? How do you make it make sense to someone who isn't on the floor of the show or attending the dozens of events that happen during CES? And secondly, how do you find the news and the stories that no one else has? How do you tell the bigger story of technology culture at a show like CES? This year, we think we've got better tools than ever to roundup all of the news that's really important and tell the stories you're not going to read anywhere else.
Today we're launching our CES 2013 hub — a centralized "front page" for the show where you can see all of the breaking news and big stories as they happen. We've customized this page to give you a mix of real time news, longer form reporting, and upfront access to our video feed — which will be a heady blend of live shows, exclusive interviews, features, and hands-on content you can't get anywhere else. We'll have more original content and reporting this year than ever before, and likely more than anyone else on the internet, so you'll want to keep things locked to that page for the duration of the show. Right now you'll see mostly stories from CES 2012 in that hub, but rest assured that in a few days, the page will be flooded with breaking news from the 2013 show.
Additionally, we're delivering a big, fat pipe of CES news in our new CES 2013 Newswire — a chronological list of everything we're publishing. A place for info-junkies to catch up on every single story that hits our CES 2013 hub, so you don't miss a single thing. And of course we'll be publishing all the biggest pieces of news right to our homepage, which will have new modules tailored just for CES.
We have so much going on around CES, I actually need to break it out in bullet points. So here's what's happening on The Verge for CES 2013:
Still not convinced it's going to be a crazy, amazing time? Just watch this video from our last CES... and get ready!
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