Updated Jan 12, 2021 - Technology

What's happened so far at CES 2021

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Having moved entirely online, this year's CES is unlike any other. However, there's still a ton of tech news to watch out for, and Axios has you covered with all the big news in one place.

The big picture: We are in the midst of both a pandemic and political upheaval, but that isn't stopping the biggest tech companies in the world from sharing their latest consumer gear. Here's the latest — check back all week for more from the Axios tech team.

Tuesday, Jan. 12
  • GM announced a new business unit, Brightdrop, to provide electric vehicles, software and services for delivery companies. FedEx is the first customer.
  • Gaming hardware specialist Razer created a tech-ified reusable N95 mask, complete with lights and voice projection.
  • Here, the company made up of the former Nokia Maps unit, announced it has created 3D maps of 75 cities. It's also working on electric vehicle route mapping and private mapping services.
  • Grill maker Weber is buying June, a startup known for its smart oven.
Monday, Jan. 11
Sunday, Jan. 10

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