Curious about what gadgets the new year will bring? Is there something you've been meaning to ask executives of the big technology companies? Will a particular new piece of electronics be available in Canada?
Now's your chance to have your questions answered. CBCNews.ca will be covering the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and would like to find out what you would like to know. The show officially begins Thursday and runs through Saturday, but senior science and technology reporter Peter Nowak will begin his coverage Tuesday evening.
Below is his agenda for the show (subject to change). If there's something happening or a particular company you'd like to know more about that isn't listed, let us know. Post your questions in the comments section below, or direct message him on Twitter: @peternowak.
Tuesday, Jan. 5
CES Unveiled: an annual sneak preview for media of some of the technologies that will be showcased at the event.
Wednesday, Jan. 6
All of the major consumer electronics makers are holding news conferences, including LG, Toshiba, Sharp, Samsung, Panasonic and Sony. In the evening, the Digital Experience event showcases new gadgets from a select group of exhibitors, including Google, Canon, Fujitsu, Garmin, HP, Intel, Lenovo, Motorola, Nokia, Research in Motion and Yahoo. Topping off the evening is a keynote from Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer.
Thursday, Jan. 7
Ford chief executive Alan Mullaly starts off the day with a morning keynote, with the show officially opening afterward. Intel CEO Paul Otellini is giving a speech later in the afternoon. In the evening, there's Showstoppers, another showcase event, and Canadian media have been invited to have dinner with Microsoft Canada executives.
Friday, Jan. 8
Breakfast with executives from the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC), the Japanese equivalent of CES. Nokia chief executive Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo kicks off the day with a keynote. Scheduled meetings include Sony Ericsson discussing new handsets, the Wi-Fi Alliance to talk about Wi-Fi Direct, a trade delegation from Hong Kong and a roundtable discussion on emerging brands from China.
Saturday, Jan. 9
An open day at the show.