Amid new gadgets and glitz, the CES tech show in Las Vegas will also offer a look at how we'll be watching TV as it stampedes further onto the internet.
The show's keynote addresses, once dominated by computer and chip makers, will feature execs from TV networks NBC and CBS and upstarts like mobile-focused Quibi and free streamer Tubi.
Expect more streaming and a new push for short “bite-sized” video.
Beyond entertainment, CES will spotlight artificial intelligence-infused appliances, cars and other devices and new gadgets demonstrating what faster 5G mobile-data service can offer.
CES starts Sunday with two days of media previews.