CNET News Editor-in-Chief Connie Guglielmo speaks with Steven Sasson, inventor of the first self-contained digital camera while at Eastman Kodak in 1975.
With inventors, creators, CEOs and even robots, CNET brings all the best of CES to our stage. Take a look behind the scenes at the biggest week for the biggest things in tech.
Not everyone hanging around the booth is a human, though. You might run into an android or a robot.
The view from the control console looking out onto the stage.
Andy Altman and Ashley Esqueda prepare to talk to Sophia and Baby Sophia, our robot guests.
The CNET stage is manned by a full crew of video technicians. Logan Moy is hard at work.
Lindsey Turrentine and Brian Cooley interviewed Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman at The Next Big Thing panel.
TV editor David Katzmaier checks out LG's new roll-up OLED TV in a press preview hotel room.
Bridget Carey checks her texts.
Scott Stein prepares in the Green Room behind the CNET stage at the Sands.
CNET editor Josh Goldman tries out a gaming chair.
Laura Cucullu holds down the fort at the CNET trailer.
Lynn La takes a look at Royole's robot featuring its flexible screen.
Lexy Savvides tries out the touchscreen ticket-purchase experience in LG Display's booth.
CNET Espanol's Juan Garzon preparing for an interview in the makeup room.
Eric Franklin and Patrick Holland are working hard and having fun.
Photographer Sarah Tew waits up front to get the shot at Samsung's First Look event.
Oliver Padilla and Jason Pepper editing the live feed from the stage show.
Bryan Van Gelder is on top of it; whatever you need, he's your man.
Katie Collins is busy writing here in the war room.
Brian Cooley in the Green Room backstage at CNET's booth in Tech West.
Chris Parker is the director of the stage show in the CNET booth.
Bonnie Gannon talks to Chris Pavey backstage in the control booth.
Viva Tung sets up the lower third titles for video at the stage.
Julia Scott and Amy Kim make sure everything runs smoothly at the stage area.
Brad Gentile and Evan Miller at work in the war room.
The edit desk is always busy, Jim Phelan is alarmed that I'm photographing in here.
CNET Roadshow's Marc Ganley has been busy editing video over at CNET's trailer outisde the Convention Center. All the auto news is in the North Hall.
Andrew Krok is in good spirits and ready to move on to next week's Detroit Auto Show.
Claudia Cruz writing up a storm in the CNET trailer.
Donovan Farnham of Roadshow working at the trailer.
You're lucky if you can find desk space in CNET's "war room" at the Sands, aka Tech West.
Chris Monroe has been busy shooting stills and video this week.
Kent German and Lynn La discuss our coverage in the CNET war room.
Rich Nieva double-screens it.
Mitch Chang helps Ariel Nunez with an editing decision.
Rich Brown wisely stays hydrated
Harrison Westwater, left, executive producer and head of video at CNET, looks over the day's stage schedule.
The view from the production booth.