CES to feature 3D TV and green tech

Two days before the show opens, Larry Magid chats with Consumer Electronics Association spokesman Jim Barry about what to expect from CES 2010

Larry Magid and Jim Barry at a previous CES event. CBS News

3D TV, smart phones, Netbooks, smartbooks, and green tech will be among the big themes at this year's Consumer Electronics Show said Jim Barry, a spokesman for CES sponsor, the Consumer Electronics Association.

Barry also said that CES attendance is about even with last year. They are expecting about 110,000 attendees and about 2,500 exhibitors.

Larry Magid spoke with Barry at CES Unveiled, CES' official press reception.

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