Follow AndroidGuys for Live Coverage of CES 2011!

One week from today will be the official kickoff of CES 2011 where Android promises to play a big role.  Whereas last year was all about the platform’s coming out party and slew of handset plans, this year will be about tablets and dual-core devices.  With the weekend and New Year bearing down on us, we thought we’d let you know about some of our plans to cover the event.

AndroidGuys will be sending a handful of writers and staffers to Las Vegas where we plan to spend a lot of time getting hands-on with the devices and technology that will make the first half of 2011 so special. While some of us will be on the ground, the rest of the team will be monitoring things from the cloud.  Our plan is to provide breaking news coupled with real, honest perspective.  Hopefully, we don’t miss a thing!

We’re really excited about our live, video coverage of CES where we plan to give you guys and gals hours of real-time streaming of our interactions and elbow rubbing.  You can head there specifically for live video streams, broadcast via Streamly as often as we can! With three guys manning the gear, there should be plenty to watch.

If you see something from CES that you think we might have overlooked, don’t hesitate to drop us a line!

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Scott Webster
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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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1 Comment

  1. frank bush
    January 07, 17:12 Reply

    i really enjoy your broadcasting it makes me feel like i m right there. very useful and nice questions and comments thanks.

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