Attendees browse Google products on display at the Google booth on day one of CES at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019. (Las Vegas Review-Journal file)Amazon Echo is hands-free, microphones enabled device. (Amazon.com, Inc)Attendees explore a room showcasing products integrated with Amazon’s Alexa at the Sands Expo and Convention Center during CES in Las Vegas on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @csstevensphotoThe Strip lights up at dusk as seen from the VooDoo Lounge atop the Rio hotel-casino in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. (Las Vegas Review-Journal file) Alexa, where are you? Las Vegas was the global capital of smart home and hospitality technology when CES took over the Strip in early January. Amazon and Google occupied large swaths of exhibition space at the gadget show to promote their voice-activated speakers Alexa and Google Home Hub. Hospitality executives, including former Wynn Resorts Ltd. CEO Steve Wynn and Best Western CEO David Kong, have called the speakers the industry’s future. Yet for all the hype, the revolution is unfolding at a cautious pace on the Strip as well as in other major U.S. hospitality markets. In the two years since… Read full this story
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