The coverage includes press conferences from Sony, Intel, Ford, LG and Samsung, to name a few, while a few keynotes and the awards show will also be streamed.
The scheduled streaming coverage is as follows:
Monday, Jan. 7
8:00 AM - LG Electronics
9:00 AM - Sharp
10:00 AM - Panasonic
11:00 AM - VOXX
12:00 PM - NETGEAR
1:00 PM - Intel
2:00 PM - Samsung
3:00 PM - Dish
4:00 PM - Ford
5:00 PM - Sony
Tuesday, Jan. 8
3:00 PM: The Next Big Thing SuperSession: The Post-Mobile Future: Mapping the Next Frontier of Consumer Electronics. (North Hall, Room N255-N257). Hosted by Molly Wood and Brian Cooley, this annual standing-room-only panel brings together industry visionaries to discuss the future of devices and services that keep consumers always connected.
4:30 PM: LL COOL J, star of CBS’s hit drama series NCIS: LOS ANGELES, will be interviewed by CNET’s Brian Tong at the CNET Stage, where they will talk about Boomdizzle’s Liquid MyConnect Studio app.
9:00 PM: CNET will host an invite-only party at the Hard Rock Hotel featuring the contemporary disco band Escort.
Wednesday, Jan. 9
10:00 AM: The official “Best of CES” Awards finalists announcement at CNET Stage (South Hall 3, upper level lobby). The awards recognize the most buzz-worthy and innovative products at the show. Voting for People’s Voice Award will remain open until 10:00 AM on Jan. 11. Votes can be submitted at www.cnet.com/pv.
3:00 PM: “The Next Interface: You” Panel (South Hall 3, upper level lobby). Hosted by CNET’s Editor-in-Chief of Reviews Lindsey Turrentine and Editor at Large Brian Cooley, the discussion will include Fitbit CEO James Park, Leap Motion co-founder and CEO Michael Buckwald and Nest founder and VP of Engineering Matt Rogers. The panelists will discuss the promise and potential pitfalls of the body as an interface.
Thursday, Jan. 10
11:00 AM: The official “Best of CES” Awards Winners announcement and awards presentation at CNET Stage (South Hall 3, upper level lobby) and live webcast at www.cnet.com/ces.