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THE Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the go-to place for thousands of industry leaders and gadget fans who descend on Las Vegas every year.
This year’s six-day show will officially kick off on Monday January 8, but a small press conference will be held on Sunday January 7 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Since 1967, CES has become the world’s biggest gadget show and it always features crucial announcements from the top smartphone, TV and computer manufacturers.
CES 2018 will feature keynote appearances from Sony, Nvidia, LG, Huawei, Samsung, Ford and Verizon among others.
How to watch CES 2018 live online
The gadget show will be divided up into individual keynote presentations and exhibitions at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Here is a guide to the top keynote live streams in order of appearance.
NVIDIA CES 2018 live stream
NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang will take the stage at 8pm PST on Sunday January 7 (4am GMT on Monday January 8).
The entire presentation will be broadcast online on NVIDIA’s website here.
The graphics card manufacturer will use the conference to focus on its developments artificial intelligence and self-driving vehicles.
NVIDIA said: “Cars that talk to each other? Augmented reality dashboards, biometric vehicle access and cool new entertainment systems? Flying cars by 2020?
“Explore the latest vehicle technology and its potential to revolutionise the industry. Find out what’s ahead.”
LG CES 2018 live stream
The YouTube live stream above will broadcast from Monday at 7am PST (3pm GMT), just an hour before the presentation starts at 8am PST (4pm GMT).
The 45-minute keynote presentation will unveil a raft of new devices from speakers to a brand new V30 smartphone.
Ahead of the keynote, LG has teased its new ThinQ artificial intelligence system, a new LG Gram laptop, a stunning 88-inch 8K OLED TV and three new home robots.
Ryu Hye-jung, of LG’s Home Appliance & Air Solutions Company, said: “We will continue to develop a wide range of products across commercial and home robots while seeking new opportunities to contribute to the advancement of the robotics industry.”
Panasonic CES 2018 live stream
The Japanese electronics giant will stream its press conference live on YouTube on Monday. Express.co.uk will include the stream above as soon it is live.
Panasonic’s CES keynote will kick off at 10am PST (6pm GMT) and will last for 45 minutes.
A candid photo taken behind the scenes of CES hints that Panasonic could be about to unveil its very own futuristic concept car.
In an anonymous tip-off to Jalopnik.com, it was claimed that the mysterious vehicle is called the “Living Space Autonomous Cabin”.
Last year’s keynote heavily focused on Panasonic’s developments in autonomous car interiors and design.
Samsung CES 2018 livestream
The Samsung keynote will start at 2pm PST (10pm GMT) on Monday January 8. Express.co.uk will provide you with the live stream here as soon as it goes live on Monday.
Those excited for Samsung’s big reveal next week can look forward to the reveals of Samsung’s new Thunderbolt 3 curved QLED monitor, new tech from its C-Lab project and a wall-mounted sound bar.
Jurack Chae, senior vice president of Visual Display Business at Samsung, said: “Samsung continues to invest in product development that fuses lifestyle and technology in a seamless, innovative manner.”
Sony CES 2018 live stream
The big Sony announcement will kick off at 5pm PST on Monday January 8 (1am GMT on Tuesday January 9).
You can watch it through the official Sony Ustream broadcast which will be included above as soon as it goes live.
It remains to be seen what Sony has in store for the conference but rumour has it the company could announce a new addition to its Sony Xperia smartphone line-up.
Last year Sony’s president Kazuo Hirai unveiled the company’s first ever 4K OLED TV, a new Blu-Ray player and a short-range projector.
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Huawei CES 2018 live stream
The Chinese smartphone company has teased that it will stream its conference on Tuesday, but is yet to reveal how.
Huawei tweeted: “Are you ready to experience #Huawei? Join us LIVE from 2pm PST/10pm GMT. Tuesday 9th January 2018.”
The Huawei keynote will start on Tuesday January 9 at 10pm GMT (2pm PST).
So far the company has only hinted that it will unveil a “breakthrough technology” at CES.
Fans can also expect an update to the Huawei Mate10Pro after tweeting a teaser video with the worlds “new global player”.
Huawei tweeted: “A breakthrough in technology is here, watch this space as we unveil a mobile revolution. #NewBeginnings.”