It is an annual event that has traditionally been dominated by games and consoles.
But that could change, as more and more of the industry shifts to smartphones and tablets.
The biggest shift will be the mobile app space, which is set to explode as companies like Amazon and Google take advantage of the platform.
The event is expected to be held in Las Vegas on June 10, 2018, with over 500 exhibitors.
The event is also expected to draw the largest crowds ever, with an estimated 1.3 million people expected to attend.
But not everyone is looking forward to the show, with one prominent tech blogger predicting that the tech industry is about to become a zombie show.
The writer, who goes by The Verge’s Mike Cernovich, tweeted the following:This prediction is not without merit.
A recent study found that there is an overwhelming majority of people who are against the tech show, and while it may not sound like the tech world, the tech ecosystem is in deep crisis.
A large number of companies have gone bankrupt in the past few years, with most of the blame being placed on the technology industry.
The problem is that the technology and tech companies themselves have been in financial trouble, with losses of over $1 trillion.
A number of big tech companies are currently facing severe funding issues.
A lot of these companies are in dire straits, and many are facing layoffs as well.
As a result, many are now looking for new ways to make a quick buck.
One such company is Amazon, which recently announced that it will be shutting down its e-commerce operations in the US and Canada by the end of 2018.
This decision comes after a year in which Amazon has been under a lot of scrutiny from regulators and consumer advocates for its practices.
According to a report by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Amazon was in the process of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection at the end 2016, after being forced to pay over $600 million in fines.
Amazon has also been embroiled in multiple other scandals in recent years, including a lawsuit over the practice of selling “lone wolf” malware for as little as $9.99.
The company also faces numerous lawsuits, including the Federal Trade Commission and a class action lawsuit from consumers alleging that Amazon violated their privacy by allowing them to access the customer data of other customers without their consent.
Amazon is currently undergoing a class-action lawsuit over these allegations, which it has dismissed.
However, many in the tech and tech industry have also become concerned about the threat of a massive technology collapse.
Many have also speculated that the biggest tech companies will be forced to go private by 2018, if the industry does not take a more radical approach to restructuring.
This would include the sale of their technology businesses to foreign entities.
This could have a huge impact on the tech business, with investors fearing that they could be left in the lurch.
The company has also recently filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, which would put the company in a much more precarious financial situation.
This all adds up to a very uncertain time for the tech community, which has been in turmoil for the past two years.
While this is no longer happening, the fear is still there that the industry will be left with a few major players that are too big to fail, and that could lead to a new economic downturn.