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You definitely aren’t missing a thing by not attending the latest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas. It is, put plainly, 10,000 dog-and-pony shows staged all at the same time in front of an audience of 150,000, and it will be positively the last performance on any stage for many or most of the products shown. But there are a few things you should keep an eye out for as an investor, because they have implications for big stocks, including Google and General Motors.

Each CES produces a vast number of products that go nowhere at all in the end, and a few that will show up in stores later this year, and fewer still that will become certifiable trends in consumer technology.

Google and General Motors are not two brand names that are often seen together, but they are linked now as part of an initiative that might be called Computers on Wheels.

Full story at Minyanville.

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