Microsoft will have lots of space in meeting rooms according to CEA president
Gary Shapiro, president of the Consumer Electronics Association, the group that hosts CES each year has announced that Microsoft is returning for 2014. Microsoft didn't participate with the booth at CES 2013, but some executives were on hand at the show. According to Shapiro, Microsoft is returning to CES 2014 in January with the biggest presence it has ever had.
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Interestingly, Microsoft isn't returning with a large will be reserving large swaths of meeting space at the show. There's also no indication that Microsoft will be holding a keynote speech at the show. Microsoft pulled out CES it stated that its product news and milestones didn't align with CES' January is schedule.
"Microsoft is officially back in the International CES," Shapiro told the BBC.
"They are taking out significant space in meeting rooms - it's actually a larger presence than I believe they have ever had.
"Microsoft will have to make the decision who the rooms are open to or not, but I imagine they're very open to the press.