So far, not much has really stood out, unless you count film director Michael Bay's meltdown on stage or T-Mobile's Legere crashing AT&T's party.
Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer trumpeted several new initiatives in a keynote address Tuesday night: a new smartphone app, digital magazines and targeted ads on its Tumblr blogging site. But critics noted that she failed to address Yahoo's recent email failures, considered by some a black mark on her tenure at the search giant.
Also at CES, TV makers have announced bigger and clearer screens, such as the 120-inch ultra HD TV, but for the most part there haven't been any of the startling breakthroughs that the consumer electronics show is known for. Think videocassettes, Blu-ray and satellite TV.
More of the gee-whiz stuff is coming out of the unofficial Las Vegas auto show that some say CES is becoming. A number of automakers are at CES showcasing driverless cars, interconnected autos and talking jalopies.