CES 2010 Keynotes And Exhibitors

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2010 event will be held between January 6 and January 10, 2010. The event will have keynotes by some of the most powerful business personalities from the top tech companies around the world. Check out the complete schedule below.

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  • Wednesday, January 6, 2010 – 6:30pm
    Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO
  • Thursday, January 7, 2010 – 8:30am
    Gary Shapiro, Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) President and CEO
  • Thursday, January 7, 2010 – 8:30am
    Alan Mulally, Ford President and CEO
  • Thursday, January 7, 2010 – 4:30pm
    Paul Otellini, Intel President and CEO
  • Friday, January 8, 2010 – 9am
    Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, Nokia President and CEO
  • Friday, January 8, 2010 – 11am
    Dr. Paul E. Jacobs, Qualcomm Chairman and CEO
  • Friday, January 8, 2010 – 4pm
    Zhou Houjian, Hisense Chairman

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Top technology companies around the world are going to exhibit their products. Check out the list of most popular exhibitors below.

  • Sony Electronics Inc.
  • Samsung Electronics America
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Logitech Inc.
  • Panasonic
  • Toshiba
  • Sharp
  • Cisco
  • Motorola
  • Sprint
  • Intel
  • Dell

You can even watch live coverage of CES 2010 here.

Watch Live Coverage of CES 2010 Online

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2010 is one of the biggest event in the world. We are already expecting the launch of new and innovative Notebooks, Desktop PC’s, HDTV, Blu Ray players, Cameras, Mobiles phones, GPS devices and other hot products at this event.

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The event will be held between January 6 and January 10, 2010. Here are some useful sites where you can catch up with the live coverage of CES 2010.

CES 2010 Live Video Streaming

We will keep this list updated as we come across more live streaming resources and other important announcements related to CES 2010. You can also follow #CES2010 hashtag on Twitter to keep tabs on the event.

Upcoming Tech and Mobile Events in January and February 2010

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?

Also Read: 2010’s Tech Predictions that Really Matter

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 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.

CES 2010: Microsoft May Reveal HP Tablet Based on Courier?

Oh, who needs netbooks and laptops these days, what with some awesome tablets set to be released in 2010. However, if the rumor mills are to be believed, you will also see Steve Ballmer from Microsoft revealing a HP tablet based on the Courier concept at CES 2010.


According to NYT, Steve Ballmer may spring a surprise on Apple by revealing an HP tablet based on Microsoft’s Courier concept. The tablet is not yet named, however it may have an e-reader and multi-touch functionality.

One or more tablets will also be unveiled by HTC at the CES 2010. So it looks like this years CES 2010 will be dominated by tablets. CES 2010 is set to start on 7th January and continue till the 10th January. More than 20,000 products will be unveiled at this event, so expect it to be a gadget freak’s Disney world. By the way, you can also check out some of our Predictions for CES 2010.

Lenovo Unveils Thinkpad Edge Series of Laptop

Lenovo today announced its Thinkpad Edge series of laptops targeted towards small to medium sized business firms, at CES 2010. The Thinkpad Edge series will contain laptops with varying screen sizes of 13, 14and 15inches. The Thinkpad series of laptops from Lenovo are known for their durability and reliability. These laptops will feature a spill-resistant keyboard, and a large multi-touch trackpad.


The 13Thinkpad Edge laptop will be the first laptop in the market to feature AMD’s Vision Pro Technology along with an AMD dual core processor.

Expanding our relationship with Lenovo to include ThinkPad laptops represents a turning point for AMD’s commercial client business and creates enormous opportunity for both companies. By basing these laptops on VISION Pro Technology, Lenovo is enabling customers to gain a competitive advantage with performance you can see on today’s collaboration and visual productivity applications, unbeatable value at every price point and a means of eliminating IT headaches through open standards manageability and security features,said Leslie Sobon, vice president, Product Marketing, AMD.

Lenovo says that the laptops will have a battery life of up to 8 hours. The laptops will also come equipped with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth whereas 3G and WiMAX connectivity features will be optional. The Function (Fn) key has been re-designed by Lenovo so as to provide users with one finger access to the laptop’s multimedia functions. Also the System Req. key has been omitted from the keyboards’ layout. The Thinkpad Edge series of laptop can be powered by either an AMD Neo/AMD Turion processor or by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor.

The 13Thinkpad Edge laptop will be available in retail outlets starting 5th Jan with the base model being available for 549$. The 14and 15versions will hit the market in Q2 of 2010.

CES 2010 Predictions for Intel, HTC, Palm and Microsoft

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2010 will kickoff in few days. CES 2010 is all set to start on January 7th and will continue through till January 10th. CES Expo is a event where most of the technology and auto companies showcase new products which will be launched in near future.


Other than Apple, who host their own event, most of the big companies will be demoing some really cool technology devices and autos in the span of four days. The event in itself is extravagant, however, it is not easy to predict what will actually be demoed at CES 2010 as most companies want everything to be under a wrap.

There will be around 3000 companies at CES 2010, who will launch more than 20,000 new products and showcase it to the world.

Also Read: Nexus One – From Rumor to Reality, the Complete Coverage

We have taken some time to go through some of our sources and tried to tie up the loose ends, to come up with few predictions as to what you can expect at CES 2010. So without further ado, here are some of our predictions for few of the exhibitors at CES 2010.

Intel Corp.

Intel President & CEO Paul Otellini will be one of the keynote speakers at CES 2010 and from what is doing rounds, Intel will be using the stage to showcase their upcoming range of products for the portable computing. One of the products that will be shown is their new Pine Trail platform with Pineview the successor to their Atom processors. Pine Trail is for the Netbook computers, with the GPU & CPU will be on the same die. Unfortunately for Intel, nobody is excited about Pine Trail because of its lack of HD video decoding and what is going to be a very under-powered GPU. Intel might be using this stifled-configuration to distinguish between low-end laptop computers & Netbook computers.

Another possible product to show itself is Intel Moorestone codename for their Mobile Internet Devices platform. Moorestone is a system-on-chip for high-end feature rich cell phones also referred to as Mobile Internet Devices.

LG Announces DTV Enabled LG Lotus

Recently, South Korean mobile phone manufacturer, LG Electronics, launched an improved version of LG Lotus. The new version comes with a Digital TV (DTV) chip and support for ATSC-M/H standards. Except this, there has been no major changes in latest version of LG Lotus.

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LG Lotus comes with QVGA internal display, QWERTY keypad, 2-megapixel camera, Stereo Bluetooth, Wireless Backup, microSD card slot, GPS and so on. The original version of LG Lotus was launched in 2008 and the new DTV enabled version is expected to launch during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas during the first week of January.

The price of this handset is not yet announced. Complete specs of this handset will be available after its launch in Consumer Electronics Show.