San Francisco - CNET announced today the panelists for its Next Big Thing Supersession scheduled to take place at CES in January.

The event will take place on Jan. 7 with the theme After The Computer. It will take a look at the impact tablets, smartphones and connected home devices will have on the computing world.

The panel will feature CNET's Editor-at-large, Brian Cooley, and Executive Editor Molly Wood will moderate the SuperSession, and will be joined onstage by panelists including Zander Lurie, senior vice president of strategic development at CBS; Joshua Topolsky, editor-in-chief of Engadget; Drew Bamford, director of user experience at HTC; David Pogue, personal technology columnist at the New York Times; Anthony Wood, founder and CEO of Roku;  Nick DiCarlo, vice president of product planning at Samsung Telecommunications America; Evan Hansen, editor-in-chief of Wired.com;  Lindsay Notwell, executive director, 4G LTE strategy and planning at Verizon; and Robert Kyncl, vice president of TV and Film for YouTube.

 
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San Francisco - CNET announced today the panelists for its Next Big Thing Supersession scheduled to take place at CES in January.
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