Part of the 140,000 expected attendees line up to enter the show floor at the start of Day 1.
Yahoo! CEO and founder Jerry Yang unveiled the company's latest effort to expand its mobile reach by introducing Yahoo! Mobile 3.0.
Toshiba's Jodi Sally continued to push HD DVD despite Warner's pre-show announcement that it was going with Blu-ray.
Dick Komiyama, Sony Ericcson president; Sir Howard Stringer, Sony Corp. chairman; Katsumi Ihara, Sony Corp. executive deputy president; and Stan Glasgow, Sony Electronics president, after the company's opening press conference.
Microsoft's Bill Gates, sort of, jams with guitar legend Slash at the end of what is now Gates' final CES keynote address.
The annual CES Retail Roundtable found that while LCD TV sales were hot ASP declines dampened revenues for the season.
Steven Haber, Sony's digital imaging and audio division Sr. VP with the comapny's Rolly music player.
From left, The Black Eyed Peas Will.i.am, Yoko Ono Lennon, Natasha Beddingfield and Train's Pat Monahan at Maxell's John Lennon Educational Tour Bus.
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks with the world's largest plasma display, at 15-inches