- Posted January 10, 2010 by
las vegas, Nevada
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Are you at CES?
Successful CES 2010
The largest convention in Las Vegas brings in the brightest minds and lots of cash for the economy. I spoke with exhibitors, attendees, and a hotel owner about CES. Check out the video.
Order of Appearance:
Harvey Chute - Kindleboards
Michel Tombroff - Softkinetic
Bryan Martinez - Renegade Dragon
Brittany Morris - Renegade Dragon
Jonathon Riesel - Turner Broadcasting
Lawrence Latif - UK Gamer Networks
Phillip Davis - Intel Corporation
Anna - Bing
Ian - Bing
Jonathon Gattel - Dell
George Maloof - Palms Hotel & Casino
Tim McFarren - Maloof Money Cup
Jeff Hayzlett - Kodak
Ryan Tsang - WiPower
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki - Panasonic
Video by Chris Morrow using the Flip and Kodak Zi8 cameras.
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More than 2,500 technology companies introduced more than 20,000 new products this week at the 2010 International CES, kicking off the next decade of technology innovation.
With a record 330 new exhibitors among the 2,500+ overall exhibitors, major technology trends unveiled on the 2010 CES show floor included 3D TV, mobile DTV, connected TV, green technologies, tablets and apps. In addition to the innovative gadgets, the 2010 International CES featured dynamic keynote addresses from industry leaders including Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer, Ford’s Alan Mulally, Intel’s Paul Otellini, Nokia’s Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, Qualcomm’s Dr. Paul Jacobs and Hisense’s Zhou Houjian.
At show close, preliminary registration figures indicate more than 120,000 industry professionals attended the 2010 International CES, up from the 2009 CES which hosted 113,085 verified attendees. International attendance also increased over the 2009 CES by more than 1,000 attendees. More than 5,000 reporters, analysts and bloggers attended the show, generating significant global media coverage of the 2010 CES.