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Consumer Electronics Show 2015: The tech to expect




LG Electronics MobileComm USA Brand Marketing Senior Manager Frank Lee speaks about the LG G Flex 2 smartphone at a press event at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center for the 2015 International CES on January 5, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES, the world's largest annual consumer technology trade show, runs from January 7-10 and is expected to feature 3,200 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to about 150,000 attendees.
LG Electronics MobileComm USA Brand Marketing Senior Manager Frank Lee speaks about the LG G Flex 2 smartphone at a press event at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center for the 2015 International CES on January 5, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES, the world's largest annual consumer technology trade show, runs from January 7-10 and is expected to feature 3,200 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to about 150,000 attendees.
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For gearheads and tech geeks, the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is their Comic Con. The show, which opens on Tuesday, January 6th, features a convention center full of the latest gizmos and gadgets, a preview of new tech that will come out later this year, and even a little sampling of some of the tech that is still a ways down the road.

In years past, new TVs have dominated the more exciting announcements, and in 2015, that trend continues. Manufacturers are pushing the new 4K Ultra High Definition TVs this year as companies like Netflix, Amazon, and YouTube playing a few titles in 4K resolution with more to come. Drone tech, wearable tech, virtual reality headsets, new developments in wireless audio, and new car tech are also expected to make a big splash at the show, which will run until Friday, January 9th.

Guests: 

Lindsey Turrentine, editor-in-chief of CNET.com

Jeremy Kaplan, editor-in-chief of DigitalTrends.com