We just saw the first big tech event of the year happen yesterday, aka the Google Android Nexus One Conference, however, this was not the end but the start of some fantastic tech events that will happen in the month of January and February 2010.
If you are a Techie like me, you would want to spare some days or hours aside to watch the biggest announcements of the decade in the few upcoming events. So what are the upcoming events?
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CES 2010 – January 6th to 10th 2010
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2010) is one of the biggest electronics and gadgets show. CES 2010 will be held in Las Vegas from January 6th to January 10th 2010.
This year, 3000 companies will be showcasing over 20,000 products. The companies include the who’s who of the tech industry, so expect a lot of tech fireworks in the span of 2010. Tablets will definitely be the most watched gadgets this year at CES 2010, other than the tablets which are to be announced, you can also expect some HTC tablets and HP tablet based on Microsoft Courier.
Other than that, expect a lot lot more exciting gadgets flying around. More info on CES 2010 can be found on their official site. Also check some of our CES 2010 predictions.
Apple Event – January 27th
With the Apple event confirmed for January 27th, you can expect Steve Jobs to startle us all, with the iSlate or whatever the device is called and some news with regards to new OS for iPhone (iPhone 4G?), and other Mac related news.
Secrecy is the ingredient which makes Apple devices all the more popular, so other than the fact, that the event is being held in San Francisco, nothing more can be said for sure. However, if these leaked iSlate specifications are for real, this device will definitely be a rocker, albeit for the rumored price tag of $1000+.
Mobile World Congress 2010 – February 15-18th
If there is one event where every mobile fan wants to be at, it is the Mobile World Congress. This year’s event will be held from February 15th to 18th at Barcelona, Spain.
The event will see 1300 companies displaying cutting edge devices and technology, which will shape the mobile future. Compared to 2009, where 42,000 professionals from 182 countries visited the conference, 2010 will see 50000+ professionals attending, due to the fact that there are now more players, and Android has made a huge mark.
In addition to devices and newer technology, you can expect tons of mobile apps to be unveiled. Though there is more than one month for the event to go, expect a lot of activity around the end of January. For more info visit the event page of Mobile World Congress.
As always we will try out best to bring you the best news about all these events, so stay tuned to Techie Buzz for more.