The doors of CES 2018 aren't officially open yet, but there's plenty to keep us busy Monday on the show's second and largest Press Day.
CNET will be attending a full slate of press conferences, many of which we'll be streaming live so you can follow along from home. We'll be livestreaming all day -- from now, straight through the end of the Intel keynote at 7:30 p.m. PT.
The full schedule of planned events follows. In between press conferences, we'll be tossing back to our CNET stage at the Las Vegas Convention Center for analysis from Brian Cooley and Scott Stein early in the day, followed by Jeff Bakalar, Bridget Carey and Claire Reilly on the late shift.
Sony: 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET
TVs are a safe bet from Sony along with plenty of home theater news. But considering that the company plays in almost every space imaginable, we may also hear about news about mobile phones, video games and even motion pictures.
Intel: 6:30 p.m. PT/9:30 p.m. ET
The chipmaker hasn't had the best week coming into CES. On Wednesday, Intel along with Arm and AMD Watch the Intel keynote here.were vulnerable to Spectre and Meltdown, two major security vulnerabilities. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich will have to address those developments even as his keynote presentation to 5G.
- LG unveiled its ThinQ AI platform, broader Google Assistant integration, new OLED and LED TVs and updated its line of commercial service robots. Read:
- Toyota unveiled its , envisioning a future where autonomous vehicles are flexible and seamlessly sharable between people and businesses for a variety of uses.
- Panasonic highlighted its increasingly diverse portfolio of products and initiatives -- everything from , to more familiar products like smart speakers, cameras and turntables.
- The latest TVs from Hisense offer . Hisense was also touting its upcoming World Cup sponsorship.
- TCL showcased its .
- Samsung confirmed that all of its products would be AI-enabled by 2020 thanks to integration of the Bixby personal assistant and the across the board. The Korean giant also , including some products that were previously announced.
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