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Live noon chat from CES 2014: A meltdown, a boot and, oh yeah, gadgets

January 07, 2014|By Peter Pae

There will be a lot to talk about at noon when we have a Google+ Hangout with The Times' social media editor Stacey Leasca, who is at the epicenter of the world's biggest consumer electronics show.

But it may not be all about gadgets -- though there are plenty of them at CES. 

Rather, the talk of the show, which officially kicked off Tuesday, has been two unrelated incidents: film director Michael Bay having an onstage meltdown and the T-Mobile CEO getting kicked out of an AT&T party.

Tune in here at noon to chat with me, The Times' technology editor, and Leasca, who is covering the big show for the first time and is getting a journalist's version of a baptism by fire.


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