Consumer Electronics Show 2012, an event where various companies feature their latest software and hardware products, has almost started. Although, scheduled to to run from January 10th to 13th for 4 days, CES 2012 has already begun on 8th Jan. with various announcements, press-events etc. and we’re as excited as you are for the event as you’re 😉
If rumors are to be believed, several new thinner tablets, faster phones, ultra-thin TVs, ultrabooks and much more are going to be unveiled.
The show is an invite-only event. So, if you weren’t on the invited list (like me), here’s a quick guide on how you can keep yourself updated about everything that happens in the upcoming show.
Blogs to Follow
- The Verge (@verge)
- Android Police (@androidpolice)
- CNET (@cnet)
- BGR (@bgr)
- SlashGear (@slashgear)
- Engadget (@engadget)
- Pocket-lint (@pocketlint)
These are some of my favorites with whom I’ll be sticking too with this week.
Robert Scoble a.k.a. ‘Scobleizer’ has made a circle on Google+ with his favorite, hand-picked bloggers who will be covering the event. Add these people in your circle on G+:
Live Webcasts of Keynotes in CES 2012
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer
Jan 9 at 6:30pm – http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/events/ces/default.aspx
What to expect? Windows 8 announcements, tablets etc.
This would be MS’s last keynote and booth at CES, the reason being the misalignment of their product news milestones and the event’s January timing.