Imagine a world where bicycles power cellphones, and cellphones offer navigation technology that promises you’ll never get lost. Or maybe a robot that can fetch your recipe’s ingredients from the fridge.
Sound far fetched? It’s not. And if you’re at CES, you know. Technology trends continue to unfold before more than 140,000 consumer electronics professionals investigating products, services and partnerships in more than 30 product categories.
Visit CESweb.org to get show highlights, and mark these day-three highlights on your calendar now.
WHAT TO DO AT CES: DAY THREE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2007
SuperSession Connect2Car: The Automobile’s Convergence with Consumer Electronics Moderator: Chris Cook, General Manager, AAMP of America LVCC North Hall N253
SuperSession Last Gadget Standing Host: Robin Raskin, The Boomer LVCC North Hall N257
Industry Insider One-on-One with Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin LVCC North Hall N257
LEAVING LAS VEGAS
We certainly want you to stick around ‘til Thursday afternoon, but we also want you to have an easy-going departure.
SpeedCheck Access your departing airline’s check-in system and print your boarding passes up to 24 hours in advance at kiosks in these Las Vegas Convention Center locations.
Airport Shuttles The one-way $5 shuttle service to McCarran is available from the Las Vegas Convention Center and the tour bus loading area at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.
Bags To Go (for Southwest Airliness Passengers) Located at The Venetian, Bags to Go enables Southwest airlines passengers to print boarding passes and check-in your luggage to your final destination before arriving at the airport.
LVCC, Las Vegas Hilton 10 a.m.*-6 p.m. Jan. 8 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Jan. 9-10 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Jan. 11 *South Hall opens at 9 a.m.
Partner Spotlight: Motorola
Motorola is a global communications leader committed to one goal: bringing you seamless mobility solutions.
We develop technologies that allow you to go beyond the boundaries – everyday. Bringing you cutting edge technologies that revolutionize wireless networks and transform broadband systems, Motorola keeps you connected wherever you are, whatever you’re doing.