9 of the most questionable on-stage moments in CES history

Michael Bay's big boo-boo last year wasn't the first time the spotlight of shame was switched on at the world's largest tech trade show
7 questionable on-stage moments in CES history

7 questionable on-stage moments in CES history

Ahh CES, that yearly event where tech companies attempt to one-up each other with all manner of circus tricks. Some work. Most don't.

Their bag of tricks typically include celebrities, brash brand personalities, and that one unexpectedly variable factor - technology itself. After all, you can't pay tech to behave.

To help you better understand the increasing difficulty of standing out in Las Vegas each year, here are 9 of the most memorable CES moments in history in no order of fail factor. 

Videos: YouTube, Image: The Sydney Morning Herald

Tweet Choir (Microsoft 2012)

To commemorate Microsoft’s last keynote at CES, the brand decided to end festivities with a gospel choir singing choice Microsoft-related tweet bits. What. Just. Happened?

Best bit: When it ended.