It's January 1st 2010, and the entire SlashGear team wish all our readers a very Happy New Year. Since it's a public holiday in the US we'll be giving you a break from our regular coverage; rest up, though, as we're facing a tech-packed seven days. CES 2010
and Google's Android announcement
are all fast approaching: read on for what we're expecting from the first full week of 2010...
The biggest event is undoubtedly CES 2010, and the SlashGear team will be on-site bringing you the latest hardware from the show floor, covering the press conferences and generally picking out the best of new consumer electronics. Netbooks
look set to dominate many of the announcements, pitting Intel's latest Pine Trail
Atom processors against low-power, high-performance mobile chipsets from Qualcomm, Freescale and others. We're also expecting to see some non-notebook form-factors, perhaps finally delivering to the mainstream the MIDs, UMPCs and Tablets that have so long been promised.