CES Considers Rectifying Mistake

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The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the organization behind the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is exploring the possibility of a late-spring gaming show in Los Angeles following the recent announcement that the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) would be something quite different in 2007.
Plenty of organizations are trying to figure out how to capitalize on the new, smaller E3. What makes the CEA's exploration particularly interesting is that CES used to be the biggest gaming show before E3 split off to make its own way in 1994.

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