Sony talks 3D, music at CES (live blog)

Join us for live coverage of Sony's press event from the CES show floor Wednesday at 5 p.m. PT.

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Howard Stringer at Sony's press event Wednesday evening. James Martin/CNET

Editor's note: This live event has concluded. For a brief rundown of what was announced, check out our summary post here. You can also replay our live blog in the Cover It Live module below.

LAS VEGAS--Sony Chairman and CEO Howard Stringer brought along his pal Taylor Swiftthis time last year to usher in the company's 3D push. What famous friends will he bring along to CES this year?

We'll find out Wednesday at 5 p.m. PT when the gadgetmaker will host a press conference at its massive booth on the showfloor of CES 2011. No doubt we'll hear about 3D cameras, camcorders, smartphones, laptops, TVs galore, lots more about 3D, and surely a tablet or two. It's also a time for Sony to talk about its content strategy--something that tends to shift pretty much every year--and what it has in store with its PlayStation lineup to compete with Nintendo and Microsoft.

Join us while we blog the event as it unfolds. Check back here at 5 p.m. PT, and if you need a gentle reminder, sign up for one below.