CES 2017 is almost here.
It’s the first year for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, and this year’s show will showcase the latest gadgets, new ideas, and new technology.
But first, here are some important facts you should know about CES 2017.1.
CES 2017 will run from March 21-23.2.
There are no new announcements at CES 2017, but the show is getting more crowded every year.3.
The show will run on a flat-screen TVs-only stage, and it will be streamed live online from CES’s YouTube channel.4.
The CES keynote will be live-streamed in real-time.5.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) will be there to support the event, with members from various industries, including car manufacturers, retailers, manufacturers of consumer electronics, and more.6.
CES will showcase a slew of new products that have already launched, and some of those will be on display at CES’s official live show.7.
There will be a lot of products from the major companies on display, including Samsung, Dell, LG, Sony, Apple, and others.8.
There’s a $25,000 grand prize at the show, which will be awarded to the first company to break ground on a new product.9.
The main event will feature CES’s largest and most well-known speakers: Samsung, Apple and Sony.10.
There won’t be a mobile phone event.
Instead, you’ll see the biggest, most technologically advanced consumer devices from the likes of Samsung, LG and Sony at CES.11.
The top tech companies from the U.S. and abroad will be at CES, including Apple, Google, Facebook, and Twitter.12.
The International CES will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.13.
There is a limited number of chairs at the main event for the main keynote speaker.
You can buy the chairs online, or rent them for your home.14.
The exhibitors and attendees are also expected to dress up, so it’s not a typical show.15.
There aren’t any live-action movies.
Instead there are a variety of short-form video clips and interactive games, including an interactive music video for Disney’s Frozen.16.
The event is open to the public, so there’s no limit to how much people can see or touch.17.
CES’s live stream is being hosted at CES TV, a new streaming service that lets you watch the show live from any device.18.
CES TV will be available on iOS and Android devices, but it won’t work on PCs, Macs, tablets, or smartphones.19.
The livestream will be split into two separate events: one for the show itself, and one for live events from companies that will be present during the show.20.
CES TVs will be connected to a dedicated CES TV hub, which should allow people to watch CES-themed videos and events in a single place.21.
The full-size CES TV shows will be hosted on the new CES TV app, which can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play.22.
If you’re a CES attendee, you can use the app to check out the latest CES news and entertainment.23.
The app is available in the iTunes App Store and Google Play for iOS and for Android.24.
CES attendees can view CES’s CES TV livestream on the CES TV website, and you can follow the event on Twitter at @cecs, Facebook at Facebook.com/CES, or Snapchat at Snapchat.com.