It’s the first major protest of the year from tech workers.
CNET’s Amazon and Google reporters debate products, partnerships and presence at the world’s largest tech show.
The search giant’s marketing blitz was huge.
The search giant set up a massive booth to showcase its software and devices, but Google’s presence extends far beyond that.
“Part ride, part marketing stunt.”
At CES, the search giant is getting even more ambitious with its digital helper software.
From translation tools to smart alarm clocks, Google is all over the world’s largest technology show.
Because of course it is.
Last year was the search giant’s first official appearance in years at the massive tech show. With round two, Google looks to make an even bigger splash.
The historic Google walkout shows how powerful tech employees really are.