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    A place to post CES 2019 Announcements, Events, Live streams, and whatever catches our interest during CES 2019 January 8-11 2019 Las Vegas...and pre-show as well... :D

    CONFERENCE TRACK - Keynotes
    "CES stands for innovators and the promise and power of technology. Corporate keynotes showcase global industry leaders, offering insider insights into the technologies changing our industry and our lives."
    https://www.ces.tech/conference/Keynotes.aspx
    https://www.ces.tech/Conference/Keynote-Addresses.aspx

    CES 2019 Livestream Schedule
    You have a front-row seat to hear from the technology industry's most influential leaders.
    https://www.ces.tech/Schedule/Livestream.aspx
    http://live.ces.tech/detail/videos

    CES 2019 ALL LIVESTREAMING CONTENT 74 Videos
    http://live.ces.tech/category/videos/all-livestreaming-content

    https://www.cnet.com/news/ces-2019-the-schedule-so-far/

    Sunday, Jan. 6
    Sunday is the first of two media days when companies make the bulk of the major announcements at CES about what's coming in the year ahead.

    Schaeffler Group: 1 p.m. PT
    The Schaeffler Group will premiere the Schaeffler Bio-Hybrid, a "new form of personal urban mobility" along with other "solutions for sustainable urban mobility." You can watch a livestream if you can't make it in person.

    iFlytek, 2 p.m. PT
    iFlytek bills itself as "the largest speech technology and artificial intelligence public company in the Asia-pacific region." So what will it be revealing at CES? We have no idea, but we can't wait to find out.

    Procter & Gamble, 2 p.m. PT
    When you think of P&G, you may not think of tech. But with labels like Duracell, Braun and Oral-B in the portfolio, it'll be interesting to see what the consumer giant will bring to the table at its first CES.

    Byton: 3 p.m. PT
    At CES 2018, Byton unveiled its electric concept car, which the company -- at the time -- said it planned to put into production in late 2019. Guess we'll find out how close it is to hitting that mark.

    CES Unveiled Las Vegas: 5 p.m. PT
    This is the official media event of CES that takes place before the start of show. Companies from all over the world attend to show off their latest projects and announce new products, software and services. The CTA features the CES 2019 Best of Innovation Awards Honorees at the event and is the first big taste of the avalanche of news coming in the days ahead.

    Nvidia: 8 p.m. PT
    The chipmaker's CEO Jensen Huang will unveil "amazing new technology innovations." Last CES, Nvidia had a couple of new things for gamers to get excited about including the BFGD (Big Format Gaming Display), a 65-inch G-sync display with 4K resolution, HDR support and built-in Nvidia Shield streaming features. (CNET is planning on livestreaming this event.)

    Monday, Jan. 7
    On the second media day, the number of press conferences and keynote addresses really picks up. Most of the press conferences below will be streamed live on CNET -- we'll add viewing info early in January.

    LG Electronics: 8 a.m. PT
    LG already announced a 17-inch laptop and 14-inch two-in-one and no doubt that's just a warm up for what's coming from the consumer electronics, mobile communications and home appliance manufacturer. The company's preshow corporate keynote is at 6:30 p.m.

    Bosch: 9 a.m. PT
    Expect announcements of "innovative solutions for smart homes, smart cities, connected mobility and connected manufacturing." At CES 2018, it showed a wide variety of sensors, software and services including automated valet parking, an end-to-end display for car cockpits and a robot vacuum with AI and Alexa.

    Monster: 9 a.m. PT
    If you care about audio, connectivity and power technology, Monster will no doubt have some new headphones and cables to show off at CES (along with multiple celebrity spokespeople, probably).

    Panasonic: 10 a.m. PT
    You might think "consumer electronics" still when you hear Panasonic, but the company has moved away from the category in recent years at CES. Instead, it's been discussing partnerships and initiatives, such as making better batteries for electric vehicles and its in-car infotainment platform with Alexa and Google Assistant.

    Hisense: 11 a.m. PT
    Hisense went hard with tech-filled TVs at CES 2018 including a $10,000 short-throw projector paired with a 100-inch screen designed to reject ambient light. We expect it'll be back in 2019 to keep up the fight.

    Qualcomm: 12 p.m. PT
    Though you might think of Qualcomm as the company that powers your phone, but its chips are in a whole lot of other products including smart home devices, wearables and autonomous vehicles. Expect to hear more about moving the world to 5G service, too.

    TCL: 12 p.m. PT
    What's the TV, phone and appliance maker going to announce to help topple its competition? Our money's on bigger, better TVs, but we'll have to wait and see.

    Toyota: 1 p.m. PT
    Toyota Research Institute (TRI) debuted the third iteration of its autonomous research vehicle at CES 2018 as well as its e-Palette concept autonomous vehicle platform.

    Samsung Electronics: 2 p.m. PT
    Samsung is always good for a nonstop parade of TV, appliance, smart home, PC and home audio announcements at CES. What probably won't be there are phones -- expect to see the highly anticipated Galaxy S10 in late February instead.

    Hyundai: 3 p.m. PT
    At CES 2018, the Korean carmaker announced the Nexo hydrogen-fueled prototype car that we did a first-drive review of in October. So what cutting-edge automobile technology is next?

    Intel: 4 p.m. PT
    In addition to more info on the company's long-delayed 10nm Sunny Cove CPUs, expect a focus on phones, drones, smart homes and more are likely to be on tap for the chip giant's press conference. And let's not forget about VR and cameras.

    Sony Electronics: 5 p.m. PT

    The last major press conference for the day, Sony is sort of a wild card these days. The company's usually good for a giant TV or two, but we may also hear about mobile phones, video games, car audio, cameras or a little robot dog.

    LG Electronics corporate keynote: 6:30 p.m. PT
    The preshow keynote address promises to offer "fresh perspectives on the evolving artificial intelligence (AI) landscape, while exploring how AI will impact the lives of consumers in the years ahead," according to the CES 2019 site. It will also be livestreamed.

    Pepcom's Digital Experience: 7 p.m. PT
    Capping off a long day of announcements is an event sure to feature even more announcements. It features a seemingly never-ending list of companies big and small where CNET gets some hands-on time with products away from the show floor.

    Tuesday, Jan. 8
    The first official day of CES 2019: The show floor opens at 10 a.m. PT, and CNET will have live coverage all day from our booth at Tech West (the Sands Expo Center).

    IBM keynote: 8:30 a.m. PT
    IBM President and CEO Ginni Rometty will open CES 2019 by sharing "a unique outlook for how technology -- built on a foundation of responsibility and trust -- will significantly improve how businesses operate and people work and live," according to the CES 2019 site. Her address will be preceded by CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro and CES Executive Vice President Karen Chupka talking the latest trends and innovations at CES 2019 including 5G, smart cities, resilience and health tech.

    Verizon keynote: 4 p.m. PT
    Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg will focus on -- you guessed it -- 5G broadband connectivity and how it will enable new technologies and services. After all, the company is already claiming leadership with the launch of its home broadband service in October (even if some think it's not "real 5G."

    Wednesday, Jan. 9
    The second day of the CES show floor. Doors open at 9 a.m. PT, and CNET will again have wall-to-wall live coverage.

    AMD keynote: 9 a.m. PT
    At CES 2018, AMD grab headlines for its partnership with rival chipmaker Intel and its Kaby Lake G processors that combine an Intel CPU and an AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics chip. For its 2019 keynote, AMD president and CEO Dr. Lisa Su plans to discuss new computing technologies to solve challenges for the future of gaming, entertainment and virtual reality such as the company's world's first 7nm high-performance CPUs and GPUs.

    The New Mobility Revolution keynote talk: 11 a.m. PT
    Drones are still a part of CES, but maybe not in the way that you think. US Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao will speak about the future of drones and self-driving technology and how they will revolutionize transportation. An expert panel will discuss building pubilc trust for these technologies following Secretary Chao's address.

    Thursday, Jan. 10 and Friday, Jan. 11
    We'll have live coverage all day Thursday, and the show wraps up on Friday.

    More details will be added to this schedule as they become available. Check back soon.

    CES Channel - CES 2019 Playlist - 10 videos

    CES Channel - CES 2019 Podcast - 10 Podcasts


    CES Unveiled New York: A Sneak Peek at CES 2019
    CES
    Published on Nov 14, 2018
    See highlights from our CES Unveiled New York event and get a sneak peek at CES 2019.


    CES 2019 sorted by upload date:
    https://www.youtube.com/results?sp=CAJIFOoDAA%3D%3D&search_query=CES+

    CES 2019 live stream sorted by upload date (ignore the Basketball stuff, or not):
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ces+2019+live+stream&sp=CAI%3D
     
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    https://www.cnet.com/news/ces-2019-the-schedule-so-far/

    Sunday, Jan. 6
    Sunday is the first of two media days when companies make the bulk of the major announcements at CES about what's coming in the year ahead.

    Schaeffler Group: 1 p.m. PT
    The Schaeffler Group will premiere the Schaeffler Bio-Hybrid, a "new form of personal urban mobility" along with other "solutions for sustainable urban mobility." You can watch a livestream if you can't make it in person.

    iFlytek, 2 p.m. PT
    iFlytek bills itself as "the largest speech technology and artificial intelligence public company in the Asia-pacific region." So what will it be revealing at CES? We have no idea, but we can't wait to find out.

    Procter & Gamble, 2 p.m. PT
    When you think of P&G, you may not think of tech. But with labels like Duracell, Braun and Oral-B in the portfolio, it'll be interesting to see what the consumer giant will bring to the table at its first CES.

    Byton: 3 p.m. PT
    At CES 2018, Byton unveiled its electric concept car, which the company -- at the time -- said it planned to put into production in late 2019. Guess we'll find out how close it is to hitting that mark.

    CES Unveiled Las Vegas: 5 p.m. PT
    This is the official media event of CES that takes place before the start of show. Companies from all over the world attend to show off their latest projects and announce new products, software and services. The CTA features the CES 2019 Best of Innovation Awards Honorees at the event and is the first big taste of the avalanche of news coming in the days ahead.

    Nvidia: 8 p.m. PT
    The chipmaker's CEO Jensen Huang will unveil "amazing new technology innovations." Last CES, Nvidia had a couple of new things for gamers to get excited about including the BFGD (Big Format Gaming Display), a 65-inch G-sync display with 4K resolution, HDR support and built-in Nvidia Shield streaming features. (CNET is planning on livestreaming this event.)

    Monday, Jan. 7
    On the second media day, the number of press conferences and keynote addresses really picks up. Most of the press conferences below will be streamed live on CNET -- we'll add viewing info early in January.

    LG Electronics: 8 a.m. PT
    LG already announced a 17-inch laptop and 14-inch two-in-one and no doubt that's just a warm up for what's coming from the consumer electronics, mobile communications and home appliance manufacturer. The company's preshow corporate keynote is at 6:30 p.m.

    Bosch: 9 a.m. PT
    Expect announcements of "innovative solutions for smart homes, smart cities, connected mobility and connected manufacturing." At CES 2018, it showed a wide variety of sensors, software and services including automated valet parking, an end-to-end display for car cockpits and a robot vacuum with AI and Alexa.

    Monster: 9 a.m. PT
    If you care about audio, connectivity and power technology, Monster will no doubt have some new headphones and cables to show off at CES (along with multiple celebrity spokespeople, probably).

    Panasonic: 10 a.m. PT
    You might think "consumer electronics" still when you hear Panasonic, but the company has moved away from the category in recent years at CES. Instead, it's been discussing partnerships and initiatives, such as making better batteries for electric vehicles and its in-car infotainment platform with Alexa and Google Assistant.

    Hisense: 11 a.m. PT
    Hisense went hard with tech-filled TVs at CES 2018 including a $10,000 short-throw projector paired with a 100-inch screen designed to reject ambient light. We expect it'll be back in 2019 to keep up the fight.

    Qualcomm: 12 p.m. PT
    Though you might think of Qualcomm as the company that powers your phone, but its chips are in a whole lot of other products including smart home devices, wearables and autonomous vehicles. Expect to hear more about moving the world to 5G service, too.

    TCL: 12 p.m. PT
    What's the TV, phone and appliance maker going to announce to help topple its competition? Our money's on bigger, better TVs, but we'll have to wait and see.

    Toyota: 1 p.m. PT
    Toyota Research Institute (TRI) debuted the third iteration of its autonomous research vehicle at CES 2018 as well as its e-Palette concept autonomous vehicle platform.

    Samsung Electronics: 2 p.m. PT
    Samsung is always good for a nonstop parade of TV, appliance, smart home, PC and home audio announcements at CES. What probably won't be there are phones -- expect to see the highly anticipated Galaxy S10 in late February instead.

    Hyundai: 3 p.m. PT
    At CES 2018, the Korean carmaker announced the Nexo hydrogen-fueled prototype car that we did a first-drive review of in October. So what cutting-edge automobile technology is next?

    Intel: 4 p.m. PT
    In addition to more info on the company's long-delayed 10nm Sunny Cove CPUs, expect a focus on phones, drones, smart homes and more are likely to be on tap for the chip giant's press conference. And let's not forget about VR and cameras.

    Sony Electronics: 5 p.m. PT

    The last major press conference for the day, Sony is sort of a wild card these days. The company's usually good for a giant TV or two, but we may also hear about mobile phones, video games, car audio, cameras or a little robot dog.

    LG Electronics corporate keynote: 6:30 p.m. PT
    The preshow keynote address promises to offer "fresh perspectives on the evolving artificial intelligence (AI) landscape, while exploring how AI will impact the lives of consumers in the years ahead," according to the CES 2019 site. It will also be livestreamed.

    Pepcom's Digital Experience: 7 p.m. PT
    Capping off a long day of announcements is an event sure to feature even more announcements. It features a seemingly never-ending list of companies big and small where CNET gets some hands-on time with products away from the show floor.

    Tuesday, Jan. 8
    The first official day of CES 2019: The show floor opens at 10 a.m. PT, and CNET will have live coverage all day from our booth at Tech West (the Sands Expo Center).

    IBM keynote: 8:30 a.m. PT
    IBM President and CEO Ginni Rometty will open CES 2019 by sharing "a unique outlook for how technology -- built on a foundation of responsibility and trust -- will significantly improve how businesses operate and people work and live," according to the CES 2019 site. Her address will be preceded by CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro and CES Executive Vice President Karen Chupka talking the latest trends and innovations at CES 2019 including 5G, smart cities, resilience and health tech.

    Verizon keynote: 4 p.m. PT
    Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg will focus on -- you guessed it -- 5G broadband connectivity and how it will enable new technologies and services. After all, the company is already claiming leadership with the launch of its home broadband service in October (even if some think it's not "real 5G."

    Wednesday, Jan. 9
    The second day of the CES show floor. Doors open at 9 a.m. PT, and CNET will again have wall-to-wall live coverage.

    AMD keynote: 9 a.m. PT
    At CES 2018, AMD grab headlines for its partnership with rival chipmaker Intel and its Kaby Lake G processors that combine an Intel CPU and an AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics chip. For its 2019 keynote, AMD president and CEO Dr. Lisa Su plans to discuss new computing technologies to solve challenges for the future of gaming, entertainment and virtual reality such as the company's world's first 7nm high-performance CPUs and GPUs.

    The New Mobility Revolution keynote talk: 11 a.m. PT
    Drones are still a part of CES, but maybe not in the way that you think. US Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao will speak about the future of drones and self-driving technology and how they will revolutionize transportation. An expert panel will discuss building pubilc trust for these technologies following Secretary Chao's address.

    Thursday, Jan. 10 and Friday, Jan. 11
    We'll have live coverage all day Thursday, and the show wraps up on Friday.

    More details will be added to this schedule as they become available. Check back soon.

    CES 2019 press conference day
    Live Jan 7th 7:30am PT (in 32 hours)

    CNET
    Scheduled for Jan 7, 2019
    It’s press conference day at CES 2019! Our live coverage kicks off on Monday, Jan. 7, at 7:30 a.m. PT from Las Vegas and will include heavy hitters like Panasonic, Samsung and Sony. Click into the CNET Live stream for all the biggest tech announcements from the Las Vegas Convention Center.
    See all of CNET's coverage from CES 2019 here:
    https://www.cnet.com/ces/
     
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    Nvidia - Join us for our Live Webcast from CES 2019, Featuring Nvidia Founder and CEO Jensen Huang, Sunday January 6th, 8PM Pacific.
    https://www.ustream.tv/NVIDIA

    CES 2019 Conference, Keynote, and Booth | NVIDIA Events
    https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/events/ces/

    "NVIDIA AT CES 2019
    Kick off 2019 with NVIDIA at CES, the world’s biggest consumer technology trade show. Attend our keynote, sit in on industry sessions, and visit the NVIDIA booth to experience our technology firsthand.

    IT’S ON. NVIDIA CES 2019 PRESS CONFERENCE
    Sunday, January 6 2019, 8 p.m.
    MGM Grand Conference Center, Las Vegas
    Join NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang as he unveils the latest amazing technology innovations. The event will take place in the Grand Ballroom, Level 1, located in the back of the MGM hotel. Seating is limited, and on a first come, first served basis.

    VISIT NVIDIA IN THE NORTH HALL
    Experience the future of automotive technologies.
    Booth #6306
    Tuesday, January 8 | 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
    Wednesday, January 9 | 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
    Thursday, January 10 | 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
    Friday, January 11 | 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

    BEYOND THE SHOW FLOOR
    Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
    As autonomous vehicles promise to bring the world together with safer and more efficient roads, data has become a key component of the self-driving puzzle. Learn how NVIDIA is using high-performance computing in the data center and at the edge to create a safer AI driver.
    Tuesday, January 8 | 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
    Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall, LVCC, N262
    Danny Shapiro, NVIDIA Senior Director of Automotive "
     
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    AMD at CES 2019
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    Last streamed live on Jan 3, 2019
    Watch AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su's keynote at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, showcasing the diverse applications for new computing technologies with the potential to redefine modern life.

    https://www.youtube.com/c/AMD/live
    https://www.ces.tech/conference/Keynotes/AMD-Keynote.aspx
    AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su to Keynote at CES 2019
    http://ir.amd.com/news-releases/new...president-and-ceo-dr-lisa-su-keynote-ces-2019

    "SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today announced that Dr. Lisa Su, president and chief executive officer, will present a keynote address at CES 2019. Dr. Su’s presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 9:00 a.m. PST in the Venetian Palazzo Ballroom.

    A live stream of the event will be available at: https://www.youtube.com/c/AMD/live.

    An archived version of the webcast will be available approximately one hour after the event and can be found on the AMD YouTube channel."

    9:00 – 10:00 AM
    CORPORATE KEYNOTE LIVE STREAM
    AMD Keynote
    LOCATION: Venetian Level 5 Palazzo Ballroom

    "AMD guests and its president and CEO Dr. Lisa Su will provide a view into the diverse applications for new computing technologies ranging from solving some of the world’s toughest challenges to the future of gaming, entertainment and virtual reality with the potential to redefine modern life. AMD is catapulting computing, gaming, and visualization technologies forward with the world’s first 7nm high-performance CPUs and GPUs, providing the power required to reach technology’s next horizon."
     
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    #CES2019 #LG #New_OLED_TV
    CES 2019 - LG Press Conference (Full length)
    LG Global
    Published on Jan 7, 2019
    LG Press conference for 2019 LG new product introduction.
    SIGNATURE OLED TV R for Rollable TV
    LG OLED 88" 8K TV
    LG HomeBrew
    #CES2019 #LG #New_OLED_TV #Rollable_TV


    CES 2019 LG Keynote Speech - Live stream
    LG Global
    Scheduled for Jan 7, 2019
    AI for an even better life, LG ThinQ & Cloi
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    LG 2019 OLED TVs (Z9 8K, W9, E9 & C9) Announced with HDMI 2.1!!

    HDTVTest
    Published on Jan 2, 2019
    LG Electronics has issued a press release today ahead of CES 2019, detailing the South Korean manufacturer's new 2019 OLED TVs with Alpha 9 gen 2 processor, and it appears they will have true HDMI 2.1 with high frame rate (HFR), enhanced audio return channel (eARC), variable refresh rate (VRR) and auto low latency mode (ALLM) support. LG's 2019 OLED TVs are the 8K 88-inch Z9, and the 4K W9 wallpaper, E9 and C9. We are sorry that our original prediction back in October 2018 that there will be no true HDMI 2.1 TVs at CES 2019 was wrong. However, it still doesn't change the fact that you will need to upgrade your entire video chain (source player, AV receiver, etc.) to reap the full benefits of HDMI 2.1.
     
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    Sony CES 2019 Press Conference
    Sony
    Starts Tomorrow Monday at 5:00 PM, Las Vegas, NV, USA
    Watch the Sony 2019 Press Conference at CES, the Consumer Electronics Show on Jan 7th at 5 pm PST
    https://livestream.com/sony/ces

    CTA State of the Industry Address and IBM Keynote
    Tuesday, January 8, 8:30 – 10:00 AM
    https://www.ces.tech/conference/Keynotes/CTA-State-of-the-Industry-Address-and-IBM-Keynote.aspx
    http://live.ces.tech/detail/videos/...dustry-address-and-ibm-keynote?autoStart=true
    IBM will open CES by featuring its president and CEO, Ginni Rometty. Rometty will share a unique outlook for how technology — built on a foundation of responsibility and trust — will significantly improve how businesses operate and people work and live. IBM is trusted with the data and insights of thousands of companies around the world, using IBM Watson AI technology to make everything smarter and improve how people live and work.
    http://live.ces.tech/detail/videos/...dustry-address-and-ibm-keynote?autoStart=true
     
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    Samsung to Showcase Next Evolution of AI and IoT Technologies at CES 2019
    Samsung Newsroom 01.02.19
    https://news.samsung.com/us/ces2019-samsung-press-conference-live-streaming/

    "At CES 2019, Samsung Electronics will showcase the latest innovative ways its AI and IoT technologies simplify daily life. These include brand new applications for AI and IoT, new ways to make AI do more, as well as new devices that place AI and IoT at the center of users’ connected lives.

    It all starts on Monday, January 7 at 14:00 (PST) with a press conference at Las Vegas’s Mandalay Bay South Convention Center. Held on Level 2, Ballrooms G and H, the press conference is open to all credentialed members of the media who possess a CES badge.

    Those who won’t be able to make it to the event can still catch all the exciting announcements by tuning in to the official live stream, which will be available via the following channels:
    Be sure to stay tuned to Samsung U.S. Newsroom for more updates on Samsung’s CES 2019 news."
     
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