Today's CES schedule

Today's CES schedule
CES starts officially tomorrow but still, there are plenty of interesting events today (January 5).

We will visit many of them and will post live coverage articles of everything that is worth it, as well as hands-ons with all the new handsets we can get to. Everything will be posted in separate articles, so make sure to refresh the homepage often to see if there is anything new. You can also follow us using the Follow this feed (RSS) option in the home page news feed, or via Twitter @PhoneArena or our Facebook page.

Here is a list of the events:

AT&T - 9:00-11:00PST | 12:00-14:00 EST | 17:00-19:00 GMT
AT&T, in partnership with HTC, Samsung and Motorola, announced three new super-smartphones - the HTC Inspire 4G, Samsung Infuse 4G and Motorola Atrix 4G!

Sprint - 13:45-15:15PST | 16:45-18:15 EST | 21:45-23:15 GMT
We hoped the HTC EVO Shift 4G will not be alone here, but alas, nothing else happened today at Sprint's press event.

Samsung - 14:00-14:45PST | 17:00-17:45 EST | 22:00-22:45 GMT
Samsung's event today has come and gone, and sadly, the manufacturer announced little to no new mobile-related stuff. No one should be blue though, as we've already been treated to the magnificent Samsung Infuse 4G for AT&T! :)

Motorola - 16:00PST | 19:00 EST | 00:00 GMT
The Motorola Atrix 4G is now announced! Motorola DROID Xoom tablet possibly saved for Moto's press-conference?

Sony Ericsson - 17:00 PST | 20:00 EST | 01:00 GMT
We're expecting the company to reveal its latest Android handset, the Xperia Arc.

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LG Mobile - 19:00PST | 22:00 EST | 03:00 GMT
Once we have our hands-on experience with the new handsets, we will publish them for you.

Digital Experience - 19:00PST | 22:00 EST | 03:00 GMT
This is an event where many manufacturers, carriers, accessory producers and developers showcase their products.

Other noteworthy events happening today are hosted by Microsoft, Sharp, Intel and NVIDIA.

So which one are you most excited about?

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