We're not done with you yet, CES. (This bit comes to you pretty much courtesy of TechCrunch. Thanks, TechCrunch.)
First up, this was technically before CES, but it's close enough: At an event right before the convention, LG unveiled a smart fridge that's integrated with Amazon's Alexa. Fancy, but hopefully it's more successful than some high-profile refrigerator integrations we've seen in the recent past. (Alexa is also coming to our cars, yo.)
Next up, TechCrunch has declared Amazon and Nvidia joint "winners" of this year's show, not because they made the biggest, boldest splash on the show floor, but because "they’ve become key operators in a number of areas at once that have captured the attention of the public and the companies whose products serve that public." Amazon's not a surprise, but Nvidia has been quietly making waves in the AI realm for a little while now.
And finally, also spotted at the show: If you're building your vcommerce startup around a niche disposable product, you might do well to partner up with the makers of this handy device, which clips to your customers' garbage cans and scans items for reordering as they're dropped in. Take that, Amazon Dash!